Yes! Hundreds of other beginners have learned to play guitar under my guidance and method, and I’ve rarely assigned any more work than five minutes of practice each day.
Love it! I've specialized in teaching beginners since 2006, no plans to change.
I deeply value the people I work with, and it’s my inner calling to provide a safe, comfortable, and relaxed atmosphere for them to learn in. I’m a teacher and guide at heart, and it has always mattered to me to provide a secure, structured, and ultimately beautiful path to learn guitar.
I am located close to the intersection of Berkeley & Manchaca in Austin TX, 78745. I'll send directions upon confirmation of your first lesson.
First Lesson: $40
New Student Package, four lessons: $200
Monthly Tuition: $315.50 for a lesson each week, or $157.50 for a lesson every other week.
Lesson Scheduled At Your Convenience: $100
During November and December, monthly tuition will be lowered in accordance with the holidays.
Once again, it’s my personal calling to provide a learning atmosphere that is incredibly relaxing, fulfilling, and stable. I love helping people transform themselves into a guitarist on just five minutes of practice each day.
Yes. Most of my students take lessons every other week and do just fine.
No, not at all!
Once you are a regular student, you can cancel as many lessons you want, but the way my lessons are set up are like classes at college: If you’ve paid for them, they still occur. In other words, no refunds for cancelled lessons.
You can reschedule lessons, however, as long as it’s done through my automated online booking system. If you had an emergency, I can do a reschedule of your lesson upon request.
I don’t want to turn you off, but doing this will force me to reconsider having you as a client. I value my time, and I don’t have very much of it!
No one under 14.
I prefer beginners, but on occasion I’ll work with intermediates.
No. You can learn guitar without performing. Hundreds of my students already have.
Not at all. However, I will teach what you ask me to teach you. If you'd like to learn music theory, then ask a question and I’ll answer it.