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Fender Play offers 3 months of free guitar, bass and ukulele lessons as it adds 6 Billie Eilish songs

Billie Eilish performs live
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If you’re looking to learn to play guitar, bass or ukulele, Fender Play is one of the most complete online guitar lessons packages out there - and now the guitar giant is offering three months of free lessons to celebrate the platform’s addition of six songs from Grammy-winning phenomenon Billie Eilish.

Guitar and ukulele players can now learn Eilish songs &burn, my strange addiction, ocean eyes, Six Feet Under, watch and when the party’s over.

Fender Play boasts a rapidly expanding series of lessons, covering a wide array of genres and artists, all delivered by professional instructors.

Nearly one million people have signed up during the COVID-19 pandemic, as the world seeks a way to destress and reduce anxiety.

To get your free three-month trial - and be in with a chance of winning a ukulele signed by Billie Eilish herself - head over to (opens in new tab).

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Fender Play is one of the easiest and most affordable ways to learn to play guitar - and now you can get three months free! Head over to to sign up - but don’t wait around: this offer expires on July 23 2020.

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Mike is Editor-in-Chief of, in addition to being an offset fiend and recovering pedal addict. He has a master's degree in journalism, and has spent the past decade writing and editing for guitar publications including MusicRadar (opens in new tab), Total Guitar and Guitarist, as well as the best part of 20 years performing in bands of variable genre (and quality). In his free time, you'll find him making progressive instrumental rock under the nom de plume Maebe (opens in new tab).