Guitar Lessons in Frankford, PA
Because no two guitar students are alike, the teachers working with Encore Music Lessons give lessons to aspiring guitarists of all different levels.
For students just starting out lessons may cover subjects such as string bending, hammer ons and blues licks. Students who've been playing a while might want to start exploring topics like using effects, modes and chord progressions. Finally, advanced players can learn about things like transcription, using metronomes and song forms.
Guitar Lessons At Home or Philadelphia County Teacher's Studio
Different students learn the guitar in different ways. For that reason students have the choice of taking lessons at home or at a teacher's studio. Choose whichever option is most comfortable for you.
Feel free to call us at (800) 417-4620 for more information.
- Classical Guitar Lessons
- Jazz Guitar Lessons
- Blues Guitar Lessons
- Rock Guitar Lessons
- Folk Guitar Lessons
Top 5 Reasons to Choose Encore Music Lessons
- Students in the Frankford area have the option of taking guitar lessons in the comfort of their home or in a teacher's studio.
- Affordable Options: Choose a guitar lesson length that fits your budget.
- All ages, levels, and styles are taught.
- Request a Frankford 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 Semester System or Term Contracts.
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About the Guitar
The electric guitar was patented by George Beauchamp in 1936. However, it was Danelectro that first produced electric guitars for the wider public.