• Find Your Teacher

    There is no substitute for the genuine connection that occurs between an enthusiastic student and a confident, qualified teacher.

  • Useful Apps for Music Lessons

    These apps will help you exercise the basic elements of music, and have you more prepared for your next lesson.

  • Coming To Your Lesson Prepared

    It is extremely important to come to your music lessons prepared. But whyyy, you ask, dreading the scolding that typically comes from teachers or bosses. Fear not! Below are some reasons/helpful suggestions that will make your lesson experience even MORE fun.

  • Making It Here (by Tony Lee)

    …take the time to prepare yourself to be successful.

  • How To Develop A Positive Practice Cycle

    Stay sharp, stay focused, and take advantage of those small moments. They may be the only thing standing in the way of your becoming the musician you want to be.

  • Play with a Group

    Being part of a group will help you develop team work, forge lifelong friendships, and give you the accountability that all musicians need.

  • Create a Practice Routine and Schedule It

    So, let’s go ahead and agree that practicing is the equivalent of dental hygiene for your musical skills.

  • Which Instrument Should I Play?

    The student is the one who ultimately has to be happy with the instrument they play. So, ask the student!

  • Buying Your First Acoustic Guitar

    If you get any solid wood at all, get it on the top. The top of the guitar is the most important for the sound. Solid tops sound better, and they will continue to sound better with age.