Where are you Located?

We specialize in giving lessons at your home or preferred location. We also have very limited studio space in St. Paul. Please contact us to schedule an appointment or meetup.

How Much Are Lessons?

Please check out our rates.

How do you figure your prices?

Let's say your lesson was on Tuesday. Sometimes there are 4 Tuesdays in a month, sometimes there are 5. To make it easier for everyone to remember, our prices are pro rated to 12 months/one year.

1 lesson rate x 52 weeks in a year = total per year

total per year / 12 months = monthly rate

We price lessons this way so that the monthly cost is always the same whether there are 4 lessons or 5 lessons in a month. To make it even more trouble-free, we also offer automatic payments through PayPal.

Where CAN i Park?

For the most part, we do in-home lessons (at your location) only, however our Grand Avenue studio in St. Paul does have street parking.

What do you teach?

For a comprehensive list of instruments and styles that we teach, please click here. To view a list of other music-related services that we offer, please click here

My Child (or my significant other) and I would both like to take lessons, do you offer this service?

Music is very much a social art. Learning or playing a musical instrument can be a fantastic bonding activity for two or more people. We recognize this and encourage people to invite their friends or family to take lessons as well.

However, anyone that is considering group lessons should be aware of something that we've observed time and time again: Any group members' progress is only as good as the lowest common denominator. In other words, people don't naturally learn the same things at the same time as everyone else-- everyone learns differently. So when you have two or more people in a lesson, one can easily get burnt out, frustrated, or bored.

Unfortunately, a lot of "Churn & Burn" guitar studios love to do group lessons because they're extremely profitable for the teacher-- the teacher gets the fee of every person in the class and that adds up pretty quickly.

As a compromise, we suggest that each person take separate private lessons, but each person can also learn the same material as the other person, and also something unique to them. That way, each person feels like they have their own time and are able to move at their own rate, and can socialize or collaborate around the music they learn.

Do you offer Discounts For ______?

We try to avoid discounting our services as much as possible, but there are causes that we believe in that can be discussed on a personal, case by case basis. Please contact us for more info.

We do offer extra services, content, bundles, and bonuses to people who sign up for longer plans.