Guitar Lessons in Essex County, MA
Learning to play the guitar in the style of great bands like My Chemical Romance, Queen and Blink-182 can be a blast! For that reason being matched with a good guitar teacher in the Essex County area is important, so that you can understand topics like modes, using effects and tapping.
We will connect you with a Essex County based guitar teacher that will be a good match.
All guitar teachers are thoroughly background and reference checked for your peace of mind.
If you're ready to get started with your guitar lessons give us a call today!
- Classical Guitar Lessons
- Jazz Guitar Lessons
- Blues Guitar Lessons
- Rock Guitar Lessons
- Folk Guitar Lessons
Top 5 Reasons to Choose Encore Music Lessons
- Locations throughout the greater Essex County area: Take guitar lessons in the conveniance of your home or in a teacher's studio.
- Affordable Alternatives: Select a guitar lesson length that fits your budget .
- Request a Essex County guitar teacher yourself from our Teacher Directory, or simply let us know your preferred schedule and we'll connect you with an instructor that can accommodate you.
- No Registration Fee!
- Ages, Levels & Styles: Guitar lessons are available to kids and adults, at any level and style.
After reading Lindsay's biography online I felt she was best suited to provide my child with vocal lessons in preparation for specialized high school auditions. Lindsay was able to accommodate my daughter into her busy schedule for this season. In the two months of vocal lessons received, I have seen a significant difference and increase in my child's range. She always takes my daughters music style into consideration and tailors the lessons accordingly. Lindsay always brings a variety of musical selections to practice which has also broaden my daughters knowledge of jazz artist. I think Lindsay is a fabulous teacher and highly recommend her to family and friends.Jessica Diaz Teacher: Lindsay M.
About the Guitar
The modern word, guitar, was adopted into English from the Spanish word guitarra, derived from the Latin word cithara, which in turn was derived from the earlier Greek word kithara, which perhaps derives from the Persian word sihtar.