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Hour Long Guitar Lessons Gift Voucher


 Per Lesson

Why not give the gift of music to someone you love?

Richard teaches Guitar and Ukulele from home in Felpham Village, West Sussex in a dedicated room and also via Zoom or Skype if you prefer not to travel. He is DBS Certified and teaches regularly in schools in the area. Richard can teach in any style and is accustomed to teaching beginners, improvers, young and older students and tailors his lessons to his pupils musical preferences to ensure the student enjoys their lessons, maximising their progression. To order your voucher simply chose the number of lessons you want to buy, choose the delivery method and fill in the information about whom the voucher is for and add your own message.

Other Important Info
These gift vouchers can either be emailed to the person you are buying them for, or you can choose to download them and print them at home if you want to include them in  card or gift.

You will be able to access the voucher at any time for 1 year after you have bought them whichever method of delivery you choose. They are available for instant download or email from your account that will be created for you when you purchase.

The gift vouchers are valid for a whole year and the recipient should call to arrange a mutually convenient time for their lesson/s.

Please ensure you and the gift recipient check their junk mail folder for the order and download instructions.

Delivery Method
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Choose this option if you want to send this voucher now via email to the person you are buying the gift voucher for.
150 Max Characters.
Choose this option if you want to receive a file that you can download and print at home, perhaps to include with a card. You will be able t download the voucher again from your account at any time during the year it is valid.

NB. If you prefer to print and download the voucher and print it offline, add your email instead of the recipient’s email in the delivery method box above.