Fender offers the Fender Tune Player Pack for free

Fender offers the Fender Tune Player Pack for free
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Fender is giving away a free update to the Tune Player Pack for Android and iPhone for a limited time.

A gift from Fender

Fender has a great and practical New Year’s gift for Android or iPhone users. For a limited time, you can download the Fender Tune app and get the Player Pack, which normally retails for £ 4.99 as an in-app purchase, for free. A sweet freebie and it’s not a bad way to start the year.

What is the Fender Tune Player Pack?

The Fender Tune app contains all kinds of useful tools for guitarists, and you pay an optional fee to access the Player Pack within the app. This plug-in typically costs £ 4.99 / € 5.50 / $ 6.80 and gives you access to the professional tuner along with thousands of chord charts, scales, Find A Beat – with 65 Drum Beats to play – and a metronome. Now, you can have it completely free.

They are already available in the Android and iPhone stores. You can now have access to all these extras within the Player Pack. The promotion works on both Android and iOS devices, so if you own any of these smart phones.

The pocket tool for the guitarist

Having a few drum beats to play is always a great accompaniment. It is also good for beginning guitarists to have the chords available on their mobile phone. Finally, the Pro tuner itself is very accurate and works for guitar, bass, and ukulele.

Friendly design

It is always practical to have all these useful tools for the guitarist in your pocket. In addition, the design of the application is very friendly, clear and concise. The quality in line with what Fender has us used to.

For more information visit the Fender Tune page , where you can download the application for free. Once downloaded to your Android Phone or iPhone, you can install the free Player Pack update.

Related note: Fender’s Failures: Ugly, Weird, or Misunderstood Guitars.

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