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Matthew Jackson

Instrument(s): Bass Guitar, Drums, Guitar, Piano, Voice

City: Atlanta

Matthew Jackson, or “Matty,” is a Multi-Instrumentalist who has an extreme passion and love for music with experience playing Guitar, Bass, Drums, Keys/Piano, and has a good amount of vocal experience. Matty Studied at the Art Institute of Atlanta, as well as the Musicians Institute of Hollywood. His favorite…

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Patrick Arthur

Instrument(s): Bass Guitar, Guitar

City: Atlanta

Patrick Arthur is a guitarist based in Kennesaw, GA. Originally from Augusta; Patrick began playing local venues while in high school and was a featured artist at Augusta’s Candlelight Jazz series. He is a member of Augusta’s Young Lions project and has performed in numerous big bands in the Augusta area, inc…

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Matthew Jackson

Instrument(s): Bass Guitar, Drums, Guitar, Piano, Voice

City: Atlanta

Matthew Jackson, or “Matty,” is a Multi-Instrumentalist who has an extreme passion and love for music with experience playing Guitar, Bass, Drums, Keys/Piano, and has a good amount of vocal experience. Matty Studied at the Art Institute of Atlanta, as well as the Musicians Institute of Hollywood. His favorite…

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Neil Young

Instrument(s): Bass Guitar, Guitar, Ukulele

City: Atlanta

Born in Atlanta, Neil began playing guitar after being inspired by a bluegrass show at the Grand Ole Opry when he was 12 years old. Shortly after, he began taking lessons from Atlanta blues icon, “Chicago” Joe Jones, and at the age of 16, began teaching alongside him as an instructor at the Atlanta Rock and B…

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Bill Rea

Instrument(s): Bass Guitar, Composition, Guitar

City: Atlanta

Bill Rea is a composer, bassist, guitarist and cellist. His musical background and training is unusual and varied. At an early age, he studied the theory and counterpoint methods of Palestrina, Walter Piston, and Paul Hindemith. Primarily self-taught as a composer, his only formal compositional studies were f…

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Kayte Burgess

Instrument(s): Guitar, Piano, Ukulele, Voice

City: Atlanta

Kayte Burgess began her musical journey in her hometown of Toronto, Canada. At the age of 12, Kayte started studying Piano and Opera at the Royal Conservatory of Music. It wasn’t long before she fell in love with Jazz. Kayte graduated from Humber College in Toronto with a BA in Jazz Theory, Arranging and P…

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Matthew Pendrick

Instrument(s): Guitar

City: Atlanta

Born and bred in Decatur, Georgia , Matthew Pendrick never suspected as a child that music would become his truest passion and full time calling, an entry into a world of sincere friendships, life lessons, and personal fulfillment. Forced to take up the clarinet in middle school band, he slowly developed a ta…

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Laura Dowding

For Laura Dowding, teaching lessons combines two of her favorite things in life; music and working with kids! Formally studying piano since the age of 4 she also received training on voice, saxophone, violin, and guitar. After high school Laura went on to study music composition at Northwestern College in Mi…

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Jacob Stueve

Instrument(s): Bass Guitar, Guitar, Mandolin, Ukulele

City: Atlanta

Jacob Stueve is a guitar, bass guitar, and ukulele instructor based out of north Metro Atlanta. He holds a Certificate in Music and Technology with a focus in Guitar Performance from the Atlanta Institute of Music and Media.

Originally from St. Louis, Missouri, Jacob began playing guitar at age 8, and soo…

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Scott Gill

Instrument(s): Guitar, Singing, Voice

City: Atlanta

Scott has been playing guitar, singing and writing songs since 2001. He studied music and songwriting at Belmont University in Nashville, TN under some of the best writers and musicians of the day. An adept musician, Scott has studied many types of guitar performance, including jazz and classical. Other than …

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What Families Say About Us

Why Guitar Lessons?

The question you may be asking right now is, why guitar? The guitar is an incredibly unique and special instrument. It is a blend of many wonderful instruments like the harp, the violin, and even the drum, to create a wonderfully melodic instrument that is relatively simple to learn. Every genre of music in our culture relies on guitar and your child may be the next prodigy to bring music and guitar to the next level! The most important step in learning how to play guitar is to find an experienced guitar teacher who’s both motivational and fun.

While kids see playing guitar as something fun and cool, Parents can rest assured that their child is learning a critical skill that goes beyond having fun. Learning to play an instrument, especially one like guitar, helps children acquire and develop important critical listening skills, helps with focus and attention, and even stimulates them cognitively, all while providing a constructive hobby for them to engage with. Learning how to match your strumming hand with your fingering hand helps children with sensory motor integration, timing, and rhythm.

Most parents know that music can enrich a child’s life. One of the regrets many parents have is not learning to play an instrument. Lessons in Your Home, specializes in private in home (or school) guitar lessons for kids. While we do have many adult learners, the vast majority of our students are kids. We cater to all ages as young as kindergarten on.

Atlanta guitar Lessons For Kids

At Lessons in Your Home we strive to cultivate a love and understanding of music in children. A majority of the students that take lessons from our organization are children! It is also proven that the younger a person is when starting an instrument, the easier they are able to master that instrument and the easier future instruments become to master. In addition, many of our younger students go on to master more than just the guitar, but it all starts with those first Atlanta guitar lessons whether at personal or through virtual music lessons. However, we at Lessons in Your Home specialize in more than just kids, so it’s never too late to start pursuing a new hobby! Our teachers are paired with families in order to create the most effective relationships. It is important to us that you, the family, feel that the instructor is also a part of your family.

Getting guitar Lessons Near You

If you’re searching for “guitar lessons near me” and you live in Atlanta, then you’ve come to the right place. With Lessons in Your Home you won’t even have to pull out of your driveway! We serve Metro Atlanta as well as many surrounding cities from Acworth all the way down to College Park. So, give us a call today. We look forward to hearing from you!

What are some secret tips for a student’s first guitar lesson?

For your first guitar lesson, you need a guitar that can be purchased at any music shop. Some students buy pretty guitars or the nicest brands, it is up to you. Sometimes guitars come with tuners, strap, and picks, which are essential for playing the guitar as well. Our teachers will bring any materials or books that your student might need. Here’s an insider’s secret that most people forget, guitar players need music stands! Music stands help students read materials at eye level and organize music where the student can read and play. Follow these tips for a successful first guitar lesson in Atlanta!

How Many Guitar Lessons Will My Child Need?

A child who begins guitar lessons should expect to learn a lot right away. In fact, with a little practice they will be playing a song or two with in 2 lessons! There are not many instruments with that fast pay-off for learning – that is why so many people want to learn how to play guitar. You can go to your local music store and get a beginner’s guitar for less than a $100 that sounds good and will last a lifetime! So you want to learn how to play guitar? All you have to do is sign up for guitar lessons!

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