Gifts for the Aspiring Musician
Music moves people and whether you already play the guitar, you’d like to play or maybe you just really enjoy listening, I’ve got something that will be music to your ears!
Fender Play is the complete learning app for guitar, ukulele, and bass from the authority in guitar that helps new and returning guitar players learn to play songs they love in minutes or brush up on skills with bite-sized, high-quality video lessons taught by top instructors.
A recent study conducted by Fender Musical Instruments Corporation with Egg Strategy, found that 72% of respondents cited they picked up guitar for the first time to gain a life skill or as a means of self-betterment. And with this app, learning to play can be easy!
For a free 14 day trial visit, fender.com/WETV and you can sign up for 12 months for $89.99. Also, those that get an annual plan, get 10% off gear on Fender.com or at participating music shops for the life of the subscription. You’ll find that it gives entire families the opportunity to learn together. The curriculum is very visual and user-friendly, with easy-to-follow instructions all created by professors from top music schools - like USC.
But in order to play, you’re gonna need an instrument!
The Player Series is built for players who dream of taking their art to the next level with an electric guitar or bass. THe iconic Fender Stratocaster, Telecaster, Jaguar, Jazzmaster, Jazz Bass and Jaguar Bass have that signature Fender look and feel. This collection is highly respected and will unlock infinite creative possibilities for players .
Another option is the Grace VanderWaal Moonlight Ukulele, which the young artist personally created with Fender to reflect her own musical and aesthetic preferences. Reflecting Grace’s “Boho Chic” style, this ukulele features an elegant, stylish Navy Blue satin finish; gold sparkle rosette; gold hardware; and Grace’s distinctive heart signature. Available for under $100, it’s a great option for those - especially kids with small hands - looking to play or learn the ukulele.
Last is the California Series acoustic guitars, which celebrate the lifestyle and culture of Fender’s Southern California roots. Lively, full and modern sounding and priced from $400 - $800 , they capture that laid back, yet energetic California lifestyle.