[learn_more caption=”What are the benefits of private lessons versus self study methods?”]There is no question that the self study guitar instruction materials available today can be very helpful and very effective. Any time invested in the guitar is beneficial. With the technology available today the learning curve can be a lot faster than in the past. With that said, there are some areas that a DVD or a computer program simply cannot address. Each and every aspiring guitarist is an individual and each has special interest and talent. A good guitar instructor will access each student’s needs and provide material and advice to suit his or her abilities. That is why I will try and take the extra step to make learning the guitar fun and an enjoyable experience.[/learn_more]

[learn_more caption=”How long will it take me to achieve my goals?”]It is all dependent on how much time you have to invest. If the instrument were easy everybody would play one. Time and practice are the keys to playing the guitar. At times you may be frustrated with a certain song or difficult chord. This is true at any skill level. The key is to stay positive and to keep trying. Private lessons with an experienced guitarist can help alleviate some of the frustration associated with learning the guitar.[/learn_more]

[learn_more caption=”Jeff, how long have you studied the guitar?”]I have studied and played guitar professionally since 1970.[/learn_more]

[learn_more caption=”Jeff, what is the cost for private lessons with you?”]At this time the rates are $75 a month.[/learn_more]

[learn_more caption=”When are lessons held?”]Lessons are held once a week. Each session lasts 30 for minutes.  Ask about availability on Saturdays as well ![/learn_more]

[learn_more caption=”What ages and levels do you teach?”]All levels and ages are welcome, and I teach acoustic or electric and any style of music.[/learn_more]