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Getting Started: How Much Are Guitar Lessons?

When you're looking around for guitar lessons, be aware that there are many different things that can change the cost per lesson. While the average price for guitar lessons falls somewhere between $20 and $40, a few important factors can determine whether you're at the low or the upper end of the spectrum. Instructor and Student Experience Most guitar teachers starting out are not only trying to teach music; they are also trying to get their name out there into the music community. The average … Read More
Getting Started: How Much Are Guitar Lessons?
When you're looking around for guitar lessons, be aware that there are many different things that can change the cost per lesson. While the average price for guitar lessons falls somewhere between $20 and $40, a few important factors can determine whether you're at the low or the upper end of the spectrum. Instructor and Student Experience Most guitar teachers starting out are not only trying to teach music; they are also trying to get their name out there into the music community. The average
4 Must-Read Summer Stock Theatre Audition Tips for Singers
Thinking of auditioning for summer stock theatre in your area? Here, voice and acting teacher Liz T. shares her tips for audition success...   Summer stock theatre is a tradition that started in the 1920s, in which talented actors, singers, and dancers from the big city would perform and work on their craft for an entire summer at a local theater, very common in New England and the Midwest. Today, summer stock is still alive and thriving, and is one of the most rewarding experiences a
How to Tune Your Violin: Online Violin Tuners & Resources
As most violin teachers and prestigious musicians would agree, maintaining your musical instrument should have as much attention directed toward it as caring for the family pet.  Although your dog or cat doesnΒ’t need regular tuning, your violin certainly does - or your playing skills wonΒ’t be popular with family or neighbors! If this is your first experience with playing music seriously, tuning your instrument may not even have occurred to you.  Nor will you notice, necessarily, slight changes
3 Big Benefits You Get From Taking Ukulele Lessons
Think you can teach yourself to play ukulele? Music teacher Willy M. shares three reasons why it's important to take lessons and learn about your uke with an expert... A lot of people take a vacation to Hawaii or Florida or somewhere tropical and pick up a starter ukulele as a memento of their trip. They get home to Debuke, Montana, or Bangor, Maine or some other cold place where the people have never heard of a ukulele, and decide to start to learn how to play to remind themselves of the
Do I Need to Learn Scales on the Ukulele?
New to the ukulele and curious if you'll need to learn scales? Music teacher Aaron B. shares the pros and cons of studying ukulele scales... The ukulele is mostly a chordal instrument and usually does not play solos or single note melody lines. So, the use of scale patterns on the neck is not essential. However, knowledge of scales and harmony is absolutely essential in the comprehension of music. Scales help us understand which notes work well together and why. Each key has its own innate

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