Guitar Lessons in Ipswich, MA
It's great to be able to play in the style of greats like Angus Young, Eddie VanHalen and Joe Perry, but to really master the guitar takes some work. You will need time, practice, and a good guitar teacher to start you on the right path.
Take Guitar Lessons in the Tranquility of Your Own Home or in a Nearby Essex County Teacher's Studio
At Encore Music, we understand that a relaxed environment ensures a positive experience. You can take guitar lessons at your home, your office, or at a teacher's studio, whichever you find most comfortable.
Take a step toward learning to play the guitar. Call now to be paired with a skilled guitar teacher in the Essex County area!
- Classical Guitar Lessons
- Jazz Guitar Lessons
- Blues Guitar Lessons
- Rock Guitar Lessons
- Folk Guitar Lessons
Top 5 Reasons to Choose Encore Music Lessons
- Affordable Options: Choose a guitar lesson length that fits your budget.
- Student Registration is Free!
- Personalized Scheduling: We'll take down your preferred availability and connect you with a guitar teacher.
- No Semester System or Term Contracts.
- Easily accessible locations in and around the Ipswich area. Take guitar lessons in a teacher's studio or in the comfort of your living room!
Allie has been teaching piano to my 5-yr-old son for about 4 months now. My son had never played an instrument before. I have been very pleased with the way that my son has progressed during that time, and Allie's lessons have played a large part in that progression! He can now read beginner music, can play a number of beginner songs, and has recently begun learning keys. I was a little nervous at first because Allie seemed so young. But she has been very effective during their 30-minute weekly lessons. She communicates well with my son, finding a multitude of ways to motivate him every week. She has been on-time and well-prepared each week. My son is quite wily at times, and he does not always want to focus (shocking, I know). Allie has always been extremely patient and kind with him. He really likes her as well - which, I must say, is a sentiment that I never had for any of my early music teachers when I was a child.AP Teacher: Alexandra G.
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.