Win 1 Year of Online Guitar Lessons from Guitar With Dean!

Seeing a need for affordable, online guitar lessons, Dean Tubbs launched Guitar with Dean, a website that offers monthly or yearly membership options for children and adults to learn how to play the guitar.


Dean has a background in education and nearly twenty years guitar playing experience. When he’s not playing the guitar or helping his wife Kimberly homeschool their four children, he can be found writing novels in his spare time. Dean has a unique talent, and can talk in sound effects! Subscribers will be able to hear some of these entertaining sounds in some of the lessons.
The Guitar with Dean online course is based on worksheets, mp3 downloads, forums, and chats (though the business is new, and they are still working on some of the features). Want to see more? You can access a free partial module to try out the system.
One of our little girls wants a guitar for Christmas (so she can be just like her daddy!).  This would be the perfect gift to go along with it!
This week only, all membership plans are 50% off with the coupon code six50.
Want to win 1 year of free guitar lessons (a $227 value!)?
Here’s how to enter:
1. Follow Guitar with Dean on Twitter and leave a comment to let us know.
2. “Like” Guitar with Dean on Facebook, and leave a comment to let us know.
3. Follow or Pin something from Guitar with Dean’s Pinterest page, and leave a comment to let us know.
Be sure to leave a separate comment for each entry.
You can enter up to 3 times.
Please leave your email address in the comment so that we can contact you if you win. 
The winner will be announced on December 19th, 2012.
Last week’s winner from the Saranoni giveaway is:
orangy_kaleyDecember 5, 2012 4:04 PM
Please contact us within 48 hours to claim your prize!
Don’t forget!
A ticket to our Build Your Blog Conference 2013 makes the perfect Christmas gift!

Join us for a fun-filled day including lunch, workshops, and panels. This will be a great opportunity to network with lots of other bloggers and businesses, plus you’ll get lots of free prizes, swag, and loads of information to help you grow your blog!  Register today for only $99!

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  1. says

    I followed Dean on Facebook and Pinterest (two of my favorite sites by the way) and would love to win the year of online lessons. I bought my honey a guitar for Christmas and a guitar for dummies book and cd, but wouldn’t it be sweet to win the online lessons as well. My fingers are crossed (makes it really hard to type by the way… heeheehee) Love your blog and would love to win. Just sayin……

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