Limp Bizkit Retirement Plan

(antiMusic) Imagine you are a member of a band that once flew high and sold millions of albums, but is now considered by most people to be a punch line to jokes. How do you make a living in that situation? Start another band? Most do. Do studio work? Another option taken by many. Hang it up and try something else? That's been known to happen to. How about going to your few remaining fans and offer them private drum lessons at $200 dollars a pop? That's the option John Otto from Limp Bizkit has gone with.

We can understand paying that much for lessons from someone like Neil Peart, but John Otto? But what we really want to know is: if a hot woman wants instructions, will he do it all for the nookie? Ok, on with the details courtesy of Blabbermouth: Limp Bizkit/The Killer And The Star drummer John Otto has decided to share expertise with the world by offering private lessons. All beginner lessons are one instructor to 1-2 students per lessons.

Students are carefully matched according to age, skill level, and musical goals. Pairings will be evaluated and regrouped monthly to provide the best learning situation. Lessons range in price from $150 (beginner lessons with John Otto, 1-2 students per lesson) to $200 (private lessons one-on-one with John Otto). - Forget words. Video always makes the sale!

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