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If you’re a regular reader you’ll know how highly we rate Guitar Tricks’ online guitar lessons, and we’ve now got an incredible offer just for you! With our exclusive deal, you can now get your first month of top-notch guitar lessons for an unbelievable $1. Considering you get access to over 11,000 lessons this is an absolute steal. Available when you purchase a month-to-month subscription, you’ll get your first month for just $1, then the subsequent months at the regular price of $19.95.

Guitar Tricks lessons: First month just $1

Guitar Tricks lessons: First month just $1
This crazy good deal gives you access to Guitar Tricks’ ginormous library of online guitar lessons at just $1 for your first month. That’s insane value for money and this offer is exclusive to Guitar World readers. You'll get a free gift too. Once your first month is up, you’ll default to the regular price of $19.95.

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Matt McCracken
Junior Deals Writer

Matt is a Junior Deals Writer here at Guitar World. He regularly tests and reviews music gear with a focus on guitars, amps, pedals, modelers, and pretty much anything else guitar-related. Responsible for over 60 buying guides, a large part of his role is helping guitarists find the best deals on gear. Matt worked in music retail for 5 years at Dawsons Music and Northwest Guitars and has written for various music sites including MusicRadar, Guitar Player,, Ultimate Guitar, and Thomann’s A regularly gigging guitarist with over 20 years of experience playing live and producing bands, he's performed everything from jazz to djent, gigging all over the country in more dingy venues than you can shake a drop-tuned guitar at. When he's not holed up in his home studio recording new songs or tweaking with pedal settings, you’ll find him making a racket with Northern noise hounds JACKALS