When you buy an Instrument with TuCuatro, you’re entitled to free two-year access to our Learning Program as a membership attached to your username.

Follow these simple steps to start your learning:

1. Register your account

You’ll then need to register an account at TuCuatro to proceed to begin studying.  If you haven’t done so, get to the following link and open your account now:


2. Let us know your new username

As soon as you let us know that you registered your account will be grated with access to our Learning Program, consisting on ten courses that have been specially made to bring the underlying instrument’s techniques to you.

Write us an email to info@tucuatro.com

3. Access your courses

After you talk to us, you will receive a confirmation email welcoming you to your new membership and giving you instructions on how to better profit of your new membership.

When you proceed to your courses page, you’ll see that your courses are marked with a green bar indicating “you have access.”  See these two images as an example:

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You can start the course you like the most.  You don’t need to start all courses at once, just pick the one where you feel you will learn more and enroll.  A teacher will receive a notification that you enrolled, and he will be prepared to correct your first assignment as soon as you upload one.

TIP: Each course is reviewed and managed by cuatro professionals that will be taking care of reviewing your assignments one by one and giving you tips on how to play better.

You can access your courses and manage your account in here:

We hope you enjoy the experience!

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