Posts is at it again, they're running a special promotion, where you not only save extra on an annual membership, but also get a box full of guitar goodies 🙂

guitartricks promo october 2013

GuitarTricks promo

If you're not familiar with GuitarTricks yet, have a read about them in our review.

Both current subscribers and non-subscribers are eligible for the discount to save $80 off the one year Full Access membership at GuitarTricks.

The promo is aimed at funding their new song license purchases, from bands like Pearl Jam, The Cars, Stone Temple Pilots, Imagine Dragons, Johnny Cash, Billy Joel and The Who.

So let's have a look at the box full of goodies quickly, you can read the details on the products here:

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guitartricks discount september 2013Just got word that is running another "song fund", where they give a nice discount on their yearly membership, so I thought I would let you know, in case you were thinking about joining their site.

So their goal with these "Song fund" discount periods is to raise cash quickly, to be able to pay music publishers for allowing GuitarTricks to teach their songs.

I don't know how it works in reality, since I would have thought that music licensing works on an ongoing basis, like in other media (radio, commercials, etc.), but I guess they have a different deal set up.

But it doesn't really matter, since the point is:

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I just got a letter from GuitarTricks, one of the big online guitar lesson websites, and you might find it interesting.

They are holding a rather large sale, termed "End of Summer Sale", where they are offering their 1 year membership for $99, instead of the regular $129. This equals a $30 savings, which means that the GuitarTricks monthly membership equals to $8.25. They still have the 60 day money back guarantee, so if you decide the site isn't for you, you can get your money back.

The sale ends September 20, 2012. So if today is later than that, sorry, you missed out, it happens.

Huge End of Summer sale, start learning guitar during fall for cheap at GuitarTricks!

If you are not familiar with GuitarTricks, have a look at this review, and you might also want to take a look at GuitarTricks's main competitor, Jamplay. Read more