3 Months Free Fender Play (Works with Existing Accounts, No Credit Card Req'd) @ Fender

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Works with existing accounts. Load OP link in incognito mode - you will see the promo code in the red banner to use with your existing account.

How to get 3 months of Fender Play for FREE
Visit the link to redeem your code. Once you have redeemed your code you can download the app via Google Play or the App Store and sign into your account. You can also sign into Fender Play via web/desktop.


When quarantine began, we invited the world to make some noise with free access to Fender Play.

Six months in, the world is louder than ever – and music still has the power to connect us all.

:So until 2020 is over, our invitation is back. 3 months of free online guitar, bass & ukulele lessons. No cost. No catch. Just music.

Let’s play on through to the other side.

Credit to HUKD.

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  • Nice one OP.

  • How come I have to create account first? I want to apply to my existing account

  • nice, moved my expiry to 1/1/2021

  • Didn't seem to work in Safari, but worked in Chrome. Thanks!

  • Thanks for this! I recently just bought a precision bass and rumble 40! New to bass!

    • Wow, nice bass! I got the Rumble 40 and it's super light

      • Thanks! Went with sunburst. Had to try about 12 music stores to find one due to no stock because of covid.

        It's a beautiful guitar!

    • Very nice combo, Combo. I was thinking about the same package myself as an upgrade.
      If you're looking for some good resources, check out Youtube channels 'CoverSolutions' and 'Cifra Club' I learnt hundreds of songs from these two channels alone.

      • Another one is 'infusion26' He doesn't do tabs, but has hundreds of older popular songs which are useful for learning by ear as you can see his hands and it teaches you to listen rather than just read tabs.

  • Nice. Didn't work with firefox in or out of incognito (without adblock) but Chromium worked.

  • Can anyone comment on how does this compare to Justin Guitar, apart from Justinguitar being free?

    • I found Justinguitar good back in the day, but as YT channels improved with scrolling tabs his style of explaining everything in detail got a bit tedious. Sometimes you just want the notes or chords, you don't need the explanation. I haven't used Fender play, so can't comment

  • Keeps asking me to enter a gift card or prepaid code?
    Edit: Another browser worked

  • Silly me… Been using YouTube to learn stuff.

  • I started using this when it was offered free at the start of the pandemic and it’s very “okay” for intermediate guitarists. I found YouTube to be a much better resource if you already have the basics down.

  • Been using this and marty guitar on youtube, both are great combined. Fender play covers some of the technical / technique stuff that you may not find on youtube while marty is great for tabs and tutorials on specific songs.

    • +2 votes

      Also pretty good are :
      AndyGuitar, David Potts, and Guitar Pilgrim (very good).

  • Thanks OP. Can anyone recommend any good guitar youtuber? Or any another paid provider, I would say I'm intermediate player if that helps. I want to improve my playing and be more creative and not just relying on tabs.

  • This seems to be a scam. They are just trying to sell their online lessons.

    I've bought various Fender products recently. They all came with this "free lessons" garbage. I never bothered with it.

    It is a pity they are running this scam, because their products are good. Why doesn't Fender use the money they spent on this rubbish to provide better discount on the products? IDK, might seem too simple to management.

    • One reason I can think of recurring revenue. Business models have shifted in the last 10 years from selling one off items to subscription services (notice how you can't buy software anymore, it's always subscription-based or ad-based?) Fender make guitars good enough to last a lifetime, so while that's great, it's harder financially for them, so they need a revenue stream that ticks over every month. Fender Play is obviously an attempt at that but I can't see it working myself. YT has cornered the market on free music lessons.

    • I tried their last 3 month freebie and found it quite good for real beginner. Toward end of three months, they offered a 60% discount on 12 month membership so I took that up. (So they do offer discounts).

      • I've only just started. I have mainly been learning online.

        I did buy a course from Justin Guitar. But, it left so many things unexplained - like what strumming pattern to use with particular songs etc… You're better off without it - and, saying that, I think his are some of the better online lessons.

        The Fender squire classic vibe 50s strat and the Fender GTX100 amp are a really very impressive combo IMO. Also, despite the shipping costs, Harley Benton make some of the best value guitars on the planet.

  • @Tradinghorse, Justin's Beginner courses in early stages focus on guitar neck (chords) positions. His videos usually offer basic and more complicated strumming. I'm working thru his freebie lessons too. Fender course is the same making early song playing sound pretty crap. Keep at it though. You really need to have open chord finger placement down pat before focussing on 8 and 16 beats to the bar and associated strumming variations. After 8 months I find it’s all coming together. No longer looking at neck all the time and now strumming complicated patterns without thinking too hard about them. Apologies if this is too off thread.
    Back on thread - Fender course will teach you the basics, nice and slow so you get correct chord placements imprinted in memory.