Every day, adults and children alike ask us how they can learn to play the guitar, whether it’s possible, and how long it usually takes before they can play their favorite song. Although new questions arrive on a daily basis, we thought we would answer some of the most popular ones!
Common Questions About Guitar Lessons
Here are the answers to the most frequently asked questions about taking lessons with us.
What Are The Lesson Rates?
Please speak with Don directly regarding rates. There are sliding scale rates that may apply per situation.
What Do I Need To Bring To Lessons?
We provide a specific notebook and binder with sheet protectors to be used in lessons for a one time fee of $10.00.
Tuner (clip on or plugin) Phone app tuners are not acceptable.
Do you offer 30, 45, and 60 minutes lessons?
We offer 30 or 60-minute lessons as available.
Do you offer Skype Lessons?
Yes. We are available for Skype lessons. The same rates and time frames apply. Please contact us for more information.
What styles do you teach?
Please refer to each teacher’s individual bio. Most styles are covered except classical at this time.
Do you accept students of any level of ability?
Absolutely. Any age, any level. We have many years of positive experience working with kids, teens as well as adults.
At what age can a child begin lessons?
If you have a very young child who you would like to begin learning an instrument, give us a call. We can help you determine if music lessons are right for your child at that point in their life, and we can also help determine a direction they may choose to go if they are going to pursue music with Warren Lessons.
How do you accept payment?
Cash and personal checks are accepted at this time.
How do you handle makeup lessons?
Please refer to our lesson policy document here.
How Often Should A Student Practice?
This is a very common question and should be discussed with each teacher as there are many approaches depending on a number of variables.
Warren Lesson College Scholarship
Each year, Warren Lessons will offer a scholarship to three local schools. One student who intends to pursue music after high school will be selected. At the beginning of the academic year, Warren Lessons will speak at each school in an effort to let students know about the scholarship offering and how our program can help students achieve further scholarships from the school of their choice, with outstanding entrance auditions. Many students of the Warren Lesson Program have received substantial scholarships from schools such as Berklee College of Music, Crane, and Julliard