Guitar lessons in Santa Clarita

Learning the guitar can be cool and fun! Our guitar teachers have years of experience playing and teaching guitar.

Contact our guitar teachers to the right so that you can:

  • Learn to play that song you’ve always loved
  • Impress your friends and family
  • Be a part of our fun recitals to showcase skills
  • Learn music on a portable cool instrument
  • Build confidence

Our Guitar Teachers

Joshua Huntington Joshua Huntington Cell: (760) 821-7962
Joshua Huntington Cell: (760) 821-7962 Full Profile
Michael Ribait Michael Ribait (661) 310-8899
Michael Ribait (661) 310-8899 Mickey has been teaching fun, challenging, and inspiring music lessons to guitar students for over 10 years. Mickey earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts in music composition from the California Institute of the Arts, with a multi-focus in composition, piano performance, and audio engineering. Full Profile

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About the Guitar

Guitar lessons will help you learn more about music and grow your skills on an electric, acoustic, or bass guitar. The guitar is an extremely popular instrument right now and its portability and size make it an excellent choice for both children and adults. It’s never to late to start taking guitar lessons!

Guitars are primarily made of strings and the body. The width of the string and how it is depressed determines the pitch produced while the body is what causes the actual air to vibrate and be transmitted into sound.

Learning to play guitar is extremely rewarding and students in guitar lessons find that they can progress very quickly as you can learn many popular songs after mastering only a few basic chords. To get more information about guitar lessons or to schedule a lesson contact one of our guitar teachers today.

Why Should I Take Private Lessons?

Guitar is one of the instruments that many people believe they can learn without a teacher. The truth is yes some people can. However, the benefits to learning with a teacher will guarantee a better outcome and far out weigh the money you might save.

Personal Attention – Taking guitar lessons with a teacher will allow you to ask

any question you have as it pops into your head. This will save you tons of time search the internet or other resources for any answer you may not even find. Books and programs are so “one size fits all”. As we know from experience this is often not true. A teacher provides an experience tailored to you and your exact needs and skills.

Accountability – Teachers also provide weekly accountability to your progress. Almost every student progresses quicker with a teacher than they do independently. So if you want to learn fast than you really do need a teacher.

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Real Time Direction – Most importantly a teacher provides correction. A book or a program cannot see you and address issues that arise with incorrect technique. It is better to learn something right the first time instead of drilling incorrect technique or information. You will spend hours trying to correct a habit down the road simply because someone wasn’t there to point it out in your guitar lesson.

Motivation – Keeping your momentum and staying on track is crucial to learning an instrument. Guitar lessons are fun and that keeps you coming back week after week. You also get the added benefit of collaborating with a musician just as passionate about the guitar as you are. If staying on track is important to you a teacher is a must!

Results – Without a doubt the best results will be found with a teacher and not a book or program. There are far too many benefits to having a teacher to not realize it is the best choice and hey, if money is an issue talk to your teacher. Most teachers will work with you to make sure you can afford lessons. Don’t miss out on lessons simply because you didn’t as for help.

Guitar Fun Facts

The most expensive guitar in the world is the Fender Stratocaster, signed with 19 famous guitarists and sold at a charity auction for $2.8 million.

The most expensive production model today is the Fender Midnight Opulence, which costs $90,000.

A leading manufacturer, Fender, makes an astounding average of 90,000 strings per day. This is more than 20,000 miles a year. If attached end to end the strings could cover the world.