Q: How much is it going to cost me?
A: That's a fair question, but the bigger question you should ask yourself is, "How much time, frustration, money on scam programs you'll never finish, etc., will it cost you if you DON'T take this opportunity to study guitar with an experienced, knowledgeable, proven teacher?" I have found that you get what you pay for, if you only want to pay $5/lesson (cheap), you'll get a $5 education, so you have to ask yourself some questions: Is it worth it to you? Is this something that you want badly enough? Are you willing to invest the time and money it will take to reach your goals? If you're willing to do anything than we can do a lot of different things to help you reach your goals quickly, but if there's only so much room in your budget we can find something that will work for you still. Ultimately, guitar lessons are not a commodity like other things you can buy. A guitar lesson here is not like any other guitar lesson somewhere else, so comparing lessons on price isn’t the best way to compare lessons.
Everybody is different and we offer different programs and options to accommodate as many people as possible and I'm confident that we can find a solution that will fit your goals and your budget. We do not give prices over email, phone, or "ball park" figures because of the many different programs and options we offer, there really is no way for me to know exactly what will work for you without talking to you first. I prefer to have you right in front of me so we can discuss your goals and what will be needed to reach those goals. When it boils down to it, I know what we can find a solution that will help you reach your goals and not break the bank.