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All Lessons On The Go® teachers have passed a thorough criminal background and social media check.
Easy to Get Started
No startup/registration fees & 100% *Risk Free. Play before you pay!
Our guitar teachers travel to you, fitting into your weekly schedule. Think of all you can do with that extra time!
Unlike many online “services”, all LOTG staff from teachers to admins live and work within your community. This ensures the best quality and overall experience.
Take your playing past the bedroom and onto the stage by performing in one of our music recitals and many other performance opportunities throughout the year.
Guitar Lessons for Children and Adult Players
From Beethoven to Aerosmith: How We Teach & The LOTG Philosophy
No one student is the same and neither are our guitar lessons. Instead of using a “one-size-fits-all” method, we understand that each student is unique and has different interests and goals.
Our guitar teachers teach songs the student wants to learn while teaching important concepts such as music theory and proper technique. This coupled with the comfort of the student learning in their own home environment is the perfect storm for musical success. That is the heart of the LOTG philosophy.
How It Works
Give us a call or send us an email and ask us anything. We help parents and students every day with making instrument selections to choosing the right teacher.
Once you’ve contacted us and are ready to start, we will pair you with an available music teacher who matches your request and schedule your first music lesson.
Pay After You Play, or Not
Payment is only due after your first music lesson and only if you are 100% satisfied. If the teacher is not a good fit, the lesson is on us.
Play & Repeat
After you’ve had your first lesson and you LOVE your teacher, make sure to practice daily to improve those mad skills!
Recommended Minimum Age to Start Guitar Lessons
The minimum age we recommend a student start guitar lessons is 6 years old. Any younger than that and the strings are typically too harsh on the student’s fingers. This often leads to discouragement and an overall negative first experience with the instrument. As an alternative, we recommend ukulele to students under the age of 6 who are itching to play guitar. Ukulele is MUCH easier on the fingers and is a lot easier to hold for younger students.
Guitar Related Articles & Resources
From which guitar to choose to how to get started with some popular songs on your own and MUCH more, check out our recent blog articles and resources!
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