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Unlock your inner guitar god with 50% off an annual Fender Play subscription this Cyber Monday

Unlock your inner guitar god with 50% off an annual Fender Play subscription this Cyber Monday
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If you’ve ever been interested in learning how to play a musical instrument but weren’t sure where to start, Cyber Monday is the perfect time to pack away that battered old tennis racket because there's currently 50% off the price of an annual subscription to Fender Play in both the US and UK.

An annual subscription to the service normally costs $99.99/£105.59, but you can now sign up for a year of Fender Play for $49.99/£52.79. The offer includes a 14-day free trial and you can cancel at any time within this period. In addition to the 50% off, you’ll also be eligible to get 10% off Fender gear in the US and UK.

Fender Play: 50% off an annual subscription

Fender Play: 50% off an annual subscription
Fender Play offers bite-sized video lessons to help you learn guitar, bass or ukulele. It’s a great way to learn at your own pace and what’s even better is that Fender have knocked 50% off the normal price of an annual sub.

Fender Play is an ideal way to begin learning guitar, bass or ukulele. That's because you learn at your own pace using Fender's bite-sized video lessons. You won't get lost and you can replay lessons whenever you like before moving on.

Fender Play also has loads of songs by some of the biggest names in rock which keeps the lessons fresh and ultimately makes leaning much more fun. You can also track your progress as you play through the dedicated Fender Play app which is available to download on both the Apple App Store and Google Play.

If you're looking for more bargains, then take a look at our Cyber Monday music dealsCyber Monday Bluetooth speaker dealsCyber Monday record player dealsCyber Monday vinyl deals and Cyber Monday wireless headphone deals for all the latest online offers.

Scott Munro

Scott looks after Louder’s online buyer’s guides and also scouts out the best deals for music fans from every corner of the internet. He's spent more than 25 years in newspapers and magazines and in 2014 joined our news desk, where he wrote extensively about rock, metal, prog and more.