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Fretboard Biology, Professional Guitar Education Without the Financial Burden of a Traditional College

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Fretboard Biology, Professional Guitar Education Without the Financial Burden of a Traditional College

Fretboard Biology, the Innovative Music Education Program That Improves Student Access and Affordability

Fretboard Biology has launched a breakthrough professional online guitar education program that provides students with vital career skills without the financial burden of a traditional college.

This innovative program is designed to meet the increasing demand for affordable, advanced online music education to equip students with the practical knowledge and skills they need for a career in music.

Fretboard Biology was founded by Joe Elliott, a 30-year music education veteran and former Vice President of Education for Musician’s Institute in Hollywood and guitar program director at McNally Smith College of Music.

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“At a time when college tuition is at an all-time high, there is so much uncertainty due to COVID, and the financial pressures on musicians is so great, we are excited to offer this unique program that helps solve these problems for students,” Elliott said. “Fretboard Biology really gives our students the ‘Knowledge without the College’.”

This program is now available online at FretboardBiology.com. The textbooks are available directly from the Fretboard Biology program or on Amazon.com. Just like any professional-track program, Fretboard Biology is designed for students who already have basic competence on the guitar.

“After teaching thousands of students in some of the top guitar programs in the world, I have seen first-hand what helps students become successful,” Elliott said. “I have also seen how the rising cost of a traditional college education makes it unaffordable to most people, worsening disparities in access to education. FretboardBiology.com is designed to provide a comparable education that’s affordable to all.”

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