I’m always curious, how many people do you know who play guitar?
Think about those in your family, close friends, work colleagues, acquaintances, and friends of friends you know.
It’s good to think about and make a mental note of these people.
That’s because they are potential “jam buddies” and people you can bounce ideas off and learn from – either now or in the future.
Speaking of friends, I’m always honoured when someone goes out of their way to say nice things about my teaching.
Yesterday, Annie left a wonderful comment saying how much my lessons have helped her.
Over the years, many students have spread the word about my humble little lessons and…
I want you to know, it’s much appreciated.
The problem is, as there is no way to track these things, I’ve never really been able to thank you.
If you have family or friends who play guitar and you think they will enjoy/appreciate my lessons, you can now send them a specific link.
If they join my email list after clicking your specific link, a “referral” will show up in your account.
(The power of technology, eh).
And as a thank you for sending them my way, I will send you some very cool stuff.
You only have to refer one friend to get stuff.
This includes my 13 Ways to Escape the Acoustic Asylum eBook, my no-longer-for-sale Fearless Fingerstyle eBook, and another eBook I’ve rarely ever mentioned or promoted before.
If you refer three or more friends, I’ll send you the paperback version of one of the above books (of your choice), and I’ll even send you a secret course for free.
You probably know a guitarist or two who are struggling, and if you find my lessons helpful, please send them the link.
The way it works is pretty simple.
If you have purchased a course from me, you will have an account on my private site.
All you need to do is log in and go to this page below where there are more details and your unique link is waiting for you there.
I wish I had done this years ago, but at least it’s here now and I can thank you for spreading the word.
If you have any questions, hit reply, and let me know.
P.S. If you don’t have an account with me, you can get a free mini-course from me HERE.
Not only will you learn a lot from this short course, but you will then also be able to refer a friend and also get some cool stuff from me for free.
P.P.S. This post was originally taken from Dan Thorpe’s private email list. To get blog posts like this sent to you which are full of great tips to make fingerpicking, strumming, and learning guitar more enjoyable (especially if you are over 40) join Dan’s list. It’s 100% free, HERE.