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Guitar Lesson in Victoria, Bradford WernerThis is Classical Guitar is one of the most popular independent classical guitar publications online. The website, newsletter, videos, and lessons are available to everyone for free. But it’s difficult and expensive work. Corporations and social media have caused falling revenues across the web making it increasingly challenging for independent publishers.

If you value the site, newsletter, free lessons, or sheet music, consider offering your support to keep its future sustainable and secure. You’ll be supporting the arts and contributing toward a positive and accessible resource. – Bradford Werner

Recurring Support    

Patreon Support– This is the option that will keep the site and free lessons sustainable in the long-term. Your support will help thousands access my materials for free. Donations range from $5 or more per month via card or PayPal. Rewards range from access to behind the scenes, micro-tips, credits on my videos, to free sheet music.

Special thanks to all my Patreon supporters, but especially:
★ Producers: Mark Cohen, Daniel O’Connor, Marc Garnick, Philippe Gonzalez, Richard Groomer, Berian James, Tom Musial
Patrons: Hayes Hatfield, Paul Hickey, Nancy Malven, Derrick Mickle, Art Peterson, George Rowan,  Adam Trosterman, Timothy Schorre, Michael Steede, Donald Turbeville

One-Time Support    

My Amazon Wish List  – Send me much needed supplies for the site! Add products to your cart and they’ll be sent to my address as a gift. Please include your email address in your message so I can thank you!

Amazon.ca eGift Card –  Enter my email and choose your amount. Please use Amazon.ca as I’m in Canada!  Use my email: bradford@thisisclassicalguitar.com

Support for Free

  • Do a favourable review my hardcopy method books on Amazon (this really helps their ranking), my books can be found here.
  • Did you know my wife is a pianist and amazing fiction author? Check out Erin Frances Fisher’s new collection of short stories That Tiny Life. In settings that range from the old American West to pre-revolutionary France, from a present-day dig site in the high tablelands of South America to deep space, That Tiny Life is a wide-ranging and utterly original collection of short fiction and a novella that examines the idea of progress ― humanity’s never-ending cycle of creation and destruction.
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