Try Fender Play for 2 weeks absolutely free, no strings attached

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Learning the guitar can be tough. So tough that 90% of players give up within the first year. There's no need to be part of that frightening statistic, with Fender offering a 2 week free trial of their awesome Fender Play guitar lesson platform – this offer really is a no-brainer. 

Fender Play may be the relatively new kid on the block, but they have quickly proven they are one of the best online guitar lessons platforms out there, especially over the last year as more people have picked up the guitar and started learning from home. With Fender Play you can learn to play at your own pace with easy-to-follow video tutorials. Whether you’re a complete beginner or a more advanced player, there is something for everyone on the Fender Play app. 

Claim your Fender Play 2 week free trial

Claim your Fender Play 2 week free trial
Head to Fender Play right now and sign up for an account; it's that simple. Select your preferred instrument (from electric or acoustic guitar, bass or ukulele), your chosen genre and playing level, then you’re free to access hours of tailored guitar lesson content for the next 14 days.

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Daryl Robertson
Senior Deals Writer

Daryl is a Senior Deals Writer at Guitar World, where he creates and maintains our 200+ buyer's guides, finds the best deals on guitar products, and tests the latest gear. His reviews have been featured in prominent publications like Total Guitar, Future Music magazine, and

During his career, he has been lucky enough to talk to many of his musical heroes, having interviewed Slash and members of Sum 41, Foo Fighters, Feeder, Thrice, and more. In a past life, Daryl worked in music retail. For a little under a decade, he advised everyone from absolute beginners to seasoned pros on the right gear for their needs. 

Daryl is also a fully qualified sound engineer, holding a first-class Bachelor's degree in Creative Sound Production from the University of Abertay.