Grand Staff Music School Coupons and Deals
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Limit 1 per customer, up to 1 additional as a gift • Appointments required and subject to availability • Merchant cancellation/re-scheduling policy of 24 hours applies; voucher subject to forfeiture • Valid for lessons on Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, or Bass Guitar • All classes must be redeemed by same student and on same instrument • New clients only
Whether you're looking to learn how to strum a bit or you want to be able to pluck along to your favorite tunes, Grand Staff Music School on Columbia Avenue in Franklin can help you find your inner harmony: • $37 ($75 value) for three 30-minute private guitar lessons • Run by professional instructors boasting a solid curriculum of methodologies • Choose from electric or acoustic guitar or electric bass guitar Grand Staff Music School's Website | Facebook
With today's deal for three private music lessons, we don't know which one will sound sweeter, the harmony coming from your acoustic guitar or the Cha-Ching in your pocket. Now rockers, rollers and Adele-wannabe's can become instrumental masterminds without sacrificing the money they need to jumpstart their fast track to stardom. To be the best, you've got to learn from the best. At Nashville's Grand Staff Music School, their highly-trained music moguls dedicate themselves to supporting and developing each and every student. Using proven methodologies and a highly effective curriculum to help students grow not only musically, but also socially and academically, Grand Staff offers private instruction in electric, acoustic and bass guitar, piano, voice, drums, violin, viola and mandolin. The Grand mission at Grand Staff is to provide their students with the best instructors available who know how to kindle a passion for music and encourage the commitment to success. The staff of superstars will teach students to strive for excellence in a positive and fun atmosphere and value each student's individuality. Aspiring Beethovens, Zeppelins and Aretha Franklins strike a chord with three private music lessons from Grand Staff and form a harmonious bond with savings.