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"Lucci has been teaching my son Tristen for 3 years and he is without a doubt
the best in the business. His knowledge in musical engineering is impeccable.
Whether your looking for guitar, piano, or vocal lessons he can deliver!!
Lucci has been such a blessing to Tristen and I am thankful for all he has
done for him. If you want a professional instructor of music...look no further."
Dr. Jon Strength
There are many great brands, but I only recommend guitar brands that I have played on. Here are a few I recommend:
Acoustic guitars: Martin, Taylor, Breedlove, Seagull, Yamaha, Gretch, Alvarez, Takamine and Gibson
Electric guitars: Fender Stratocaster and Telecaster, Gibson,Yamaha, PRS, Ibanez and Washburn
Bass Guitars; I like 5 string bass guitars because they give that extra low end, deep bottom. However, 4 strings is the standard bass guitar. Fender Jazz, Fender P-Bass, Yamaha, Warwick, PRS and Ibanez are a few great choices.
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You must have your own instrument before beginning lessons in order to practice at home. If you don’t have a guitar yet here are a few tips to help you shop:
Buy a quality guitar.
You may be hesitant to put too much money into something your child may or may not stick with but the quality of a lower grade guitar will not help encourage your child to stick with it. The higher quality guitar will be easier to play and will increase your child’s motivation to learn.
I suggest you stay away from the large retail store brands. They are simply cheaply made. Most repair techs will not work on these for of fear something breaking during the process.
Yes, you may save $50 or $100 buying online, but you will not get the freebies or discounts going along with buying local. Guitars need a little TLC once in a while, like cleaning, new strings, etc. You may be a DIY, but most people would rather let a professional take care of it. When buying from a local shop they are usually more than happy to help you with all of these things. In the end you simply come out better buying local.
Try before you buy.
Just like test driving a car, you need to feel a guitar in your hands to find which one fits you better. Looks can be deceiving by just watching it online, furthermore, they may get damaged during shipping, or you may get the wrong item. That’s just another reason to buy local!
Here are some tips for buying a guitar.
Lessons are held at First Church of the Nazarene Monday through Friday afternoons. Lessons are offered in 30 minute intervals of once a week and cost of flate rate of $90 per month. Each month has 4 or 5 lessons, depending on the day and the month. Lessons are on a month to month basis and payment must be made at the beginning of each month via cash, check, or PayPal. You must give 24 hours notice if you are unable to attend a lesson in order to reschedule that lesson.