$75.00 USD

This class will be recorded for future use.

Since we're already shipping you a free set of strings, would you like to add an extra set of strings to your order, so you can feel extra confident while you practice tuning at the workshop? 

A set of these name-brand strings retails for $37.75. Right now you can get them for only $16.99 + free shipping. 

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How to Tune Without Breaking a String! Online Workshop

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Congratulations. You are about to enter the realm of musicians that tune like it's second nature.

Hopefully by now, you've seen how valuable this class is going to be to you. If you missed that explanation, it's here, but with all of the freebies we’re throwing in, in summary it's worth $2,787 and YEARS of your time.

Total value: $2,787
Your cost:   $75

If you sign up today, here is what you’ll get:

  1. For the cost of a single private lesson ($75 in our studio), you get 3 hours of intensive instruction online. (Value $225 - $300)
  2. Access the class recording for 30 days for free, with the option to extend this with a subscription to the Group Class Resources. (Value $40)
  3. Ask questions of the live instructor, with on-on-one help available during class. (Value: priceless)
  4. Retake the class, at any time, for free. No questions asked. (Value $75)
  5. FREE 14 day subscription to Group Class Resources, containing Lesson & Practice Plans and FREE PDFs so you feel 100% confident on what you need to practice. (Value $30)
  6. Access to Group Class Archives, dating back to Summer 2020 and containing 180 hours of class, plus PDFs and practice videos for everything, searchable by song and subject matter! (Value $2,250)
  7. FREE practice app, containing all of our Group Class Resource: Lesson Plan + Downloads, Practice Videos and Recorded Group Classes and Archives! (Value $19.99+)
  8. Invitation to our private WhatsApp chat group for encouragement from your fellow students, and exciting class updates and notifications. (Value: Priceless)
  9. Free Violin Community membership so you can share cool finds and resources to help your fellow students, or to get critiques and advice from a private community. (Value $34)

Sign up before May 8th and get these bonuses!

BONUS #1: Get a free set of strings mailed straight to your house to have on hand for class! (Value: $30)

BONUS #2: Get a free copy of my latest eBook, Deciphering Sheet Music Crash Course (Value $8.99)
Total value: $2,787
Your cost:      $75

Please note, this studio does not offer refunds. If you miss the class, you may reschedule it for any other time on the calendar. In the unlikely event that you never take this class, you may reuse this money for private or group lessons.

What People Are Saying:

“We share our challenges. You realize what you’re struggling with is not unique to you. The entire group is going through the same thing. At the end of the semester you know where you started, and where you ended. You can definitely see that change and that development, which is the most important thing anyway. Whenever I try to find something new, I’ll always go through a phase of finding a million excuses not to do it. Whether it’s violin or working out or running a marathon or whatever, you find a million reasons not to do it and then I hit that inflection in my mind where I just need to find one reason and I’ll do it. Just find one reason and that’s it. Forget about all the excuses. They’ll always be there. - James O. I think that’s the end goal of music, right? Is to play as a group, I think. Like ultimately you want to be able to play as a group. You’re scared of failing. You grow up with certain things. You go into your career and you get good at that. And then you think of, 'How much has it taken you to get good?' And you look at all the work you’ve put in that and you’re like “How much of that can I put into violin?” So you try to do that equivalence thing which I think is a wrong way to look at it. Having done this now for about 5 years, I think the beauty is in the process. The goal is just saying, 'I want to just pursue something consistently,' and enjoy the process, the growth, the development. Cause for me that’s the most rewarding thing of this whole past 5 years I’ve been doing this. Whenever I try to find something new, I’ll always go through a phase of finding a million excuses not to do it. Whether it’s violin or working out or running a marathon or whatever, you find a million reasons not to do it and then I hit that inflection in my mind where I just need to find one reason and I’ll do it. Just find one reason and that’s it. Forget about all the excuses. They’ll always be there. - James”

"You realize what you’re struggling with is not unique to you."

“I think it’s really intimidating to start the violin. I started in my 30’s and it’s the first time I ever picked up the instrument because I wanted to play it ever since I was a kid. It can get discouraging, but when you see that there’s other people. 'Hey there’s all these other crazy people who also think they can do this,' and you struggle together and then you make a sound. Even though I’m a little self-critical, it keeps you motivated. Nothing is magic, everything is practice. Just be patient. It’s easier when you’re doing that with a nice group of people who are also in the struggle, and it’s just awesome! 'Is group class hard?' I’d say that’s a no! Is anything worthwhile not hard? I didn’t want to fail. I was thinking, 'I’m an adult. I’m too old for this. This is what children do. There’s a little kid straight out of the womb who’s way better than I am. Why would I do this? Am I just being ridiculous?' It was mostly my self-doubt. 'Why do I think I can do this? It’s the hardest instrument.' But you absolutely can. It opens a whole world of music. - Felicia H.”

"I wanted to play it ever since I was a kid."

“The group classes, in particular, they are fun. I enjoy them a lot! Having the class as part of my routine has helped me a lot to get through the quarantine. So actually I think it’s a great time to start the class! You just practice, you get better. It just works that way. When I started I was so afraid of the instrument. I held a violin for the first time in 2016. I was like, “I don’t want to break it. What should I do?” It took me a while to get used to it. - Rocio”

'Helped me a lot to get through the quarantine"