Learn to play and sing music at MusicSchoolOnline.com

by Robyn Wright on November 11, 2015

in Living

Hubby Reviews MusicSchoolOnline.com

The folks at MusicSchoolOnline.com recently asked if I was interested in reviewing their online courses (disclosure – I was provided free service to facilitate this review). While I am not a musician, Hubby is! He loves to play guitar and to sing. So he has been trying out MusicSchoolOnline.com for a couple of weeks for me and is sharing his experiences here today. Hubby has been setting up his man cave over the last several weeks as well and as you can see he has an entire area devoted to his music!


I should add that Hubby has been playing guitar since he was a very young boy. His father played as well and so he was just brought up with it. Hubby is not a beginning when it comes to playing guitar and still is finding great value in these courses.

  • Feels Like 1 on 1 Experience Class
    Even though he is not interacting directly with the teachers during the video lessons, he said it still gives the feel of a 1 on 1 class experience.

MusicSchoolOnline.com Music Theory Course

  • Free Quizzes
    Hubby loves the free quizzes that are included for members. These help him to get the information from the lessons to sync in.
  • Music Theory
    Not only do they teach you how to play or sing, but there are music theory classes available as well. These teach you the “why” of how things work.
  • Singing Lessons
    This is what really interested me in MusicSchoolOnline.com when they approached me. Hubby does sing around the house, but he would really like to sing out in front of an audience at a club like his father did. These lessons include how to take care of your voice, voices exercises, and much more.
  • Professional Instructors
    All of the instructors seem thoroughly knowledgeable, explain things in simple terms so everyone can understand, and seem to really care about helping you learn. Hubby’s two favorites are JJ Boogie for guitar lessons and Alfie Magliano for music theory.

MusicSchoolOnline.com JJ Boogie Guitar Instructor

  • Variety of Lessons
    While Hubby has been primarily using the singing and guitar lessons, there are also lessons for bass, piano, drums, and more.
  • Search Feature
    Hubby loves being able to search by song, instrument, skill level, and/or genre.
  • Free Resources
    They also offer some various free resources such as chord books, sheet music, and tablature.

MusicSchoolOnline.com Free Resources for Members

Hubby plans on continuing as a paid member to MusicSchoolOnline.com because he is enjoying it so much and learning quite a bit. They have a 14-day free trial offer and then 3 different membership levels to select from. I think this would also make a great gift to someone this holiday season, especially if they are getting an instrument as a holiday gift! Another great use for these courses would be for homeschoolers.

MusicSchoolOnline.com Membership Options

Do you play a musical instrument or sing? Have you ever considered taking online music classes like this? Why or why not?


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1 Kristen November 11, 2015 at 7:35 pm

This is convenient for people who live remotely and cannot make it to in person lessons.

2 Robyn Wright November 12, 2015 at 11:58 am

Yes! Perfect those who don’t have music teachers nearby or who cannot easily travel to a different location for classes.

3 shellypeterson November 11, 2015 at 9:47 pm

This sounds like fun! I like that they have a have a 14-day free trial offer.

4 Robyn Wright November 12, 2015 at 11:58 am

Agreed, I always love free trials

5 tannawings November 12, 2015 at 2:02 am

I played many insytuments in school… flute oboe tenor sax and dablled with the guitar. I wish I had more time and this would be great. If I did thaaat though I wouldnt play on social media so much!

6 Robyn Wright November 12, 2015 at 11:59 am

Isn’t it funny how the internet exposes us to so many new things to try but then it leaves us with less time to find more new things on the internet. I played flute for a short while in grade school myself.

7 Lisa Brown November 12, 2015 at 4:51 am

I love this! I cannot sing or play any instrument, but did take violin lessons for a very brief period, years ago. Could not afford the lessons. This service looks great.

8 Robyn Wright November 12, 2015 at 11:59 am

I’m sure they will probably keep adding more instruments in the future too!

9 Robin November 13, 2015 at 6:55 am

Oh, dear, I am hopelessly tone deaf. If an online course could teach me to carry I tune I would love to learn!

10 Robyn Wright November 15, 2015 at 6:30 pm

You should give the classes a try Robin!

11 Tara November 22, 2015 at 6:03 pm

What a neat concept! I am an awful singer!

12 salexis November 22, 2015 at 10:56 pm

My daughter goes onto youtube for tutorials on how to play guitar. She’s learned a lot that way – it surprised me!

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