Musicians Institute Launches Seymour Duncan Scholarships

As you may have seen on our forums recently, Musicians Institute and Seymour Duncan Pickups and Pedals are offering three innovative scholarships to support bass players, guitarists and luthiers at the legendary music school.

Each $2,000 scholarship (tuition credit) will be awarded in Fall 2012 to a newly enrolling intermediate or advanced student (US or non-US citizens) in the Associate of Arts in Performance (Bass) program, the Guitar Craft Academy (GCA) Certificate program and the Associate of Arts in Performance (Guitar) program.

The deadline for the scholarship application is August 24th, 2012. For more information, follow these links!

The Seymour Duncan Bass Scholarship

The Seymour Duncan Guitar Scholarship

The Seymour Duncan Guitar Craft Scholarship 

And for even more info:

http://www.mi.edu/news    

http://www.mi.edu/admissions/scholarships

http://musiciansfoundation.wordpress.com/

https://www.facebook.com/TheMusiciansFoundation

https://www.facebook.com/MusiciansInstituteAlumni

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  • Curtis Coleman

    A great and inspirational effort. I hold Musicians Institute in high regard. On several occasions  I had the good fortune to speak with Keith Wyatt personally and his advice helped me a good deal. The music industry probably has more pitfalls than any other, but also speaks to the highest aspirations of humanity and what is possible. The most universal songs also hold a personal message for every listener. Through your encouragement and support you are creating a path of migration for hundreds, and maybe thousands of budding studio musicians, sound people, and rock stars who will impact and provoke mankind. The winds of change move to the music.
    Hail! Hail! ROCK & ROLL !!

    P.S. I still have my original 80′s Kramer Pacer (Big Red) with Seymour Duncan’s (all around.) It has more bottom end than a Hippopotamus and it still quacks like a Duck!!

    Best Regards, CC