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  • Lessons for all ages and skill levels
  • 30-60 minutes sessions
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  • Free recitals

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You know it’s time to get the children started with in-home private music lessons. Maybe the lessons are for you, how about the whole family? You’re smart enough to know that music lessons are important but what about finding a teacher? Do you call a music store? Will their teacher be right for you? Then there’s the getting there; the traffic, hauling the kids back and forth, what about dinner? Yeah – Right! Like that’s going to happen. You don’t need lessons with just any ol’ teacher, especially a task master, intimidating, practice demanding monster that bores students. What you’re looking for is an engaged, fun, well-educated, motivational, big smiling and super excited personality that loves teaching Music. A teacher who makes lessons fun. You already know what you need. You need Lessons in Your Home-the music teachers who come to your home or school to teach fun, private music lessons. Their teachers constantly think of great ways to motivate every student. They turn students into dazzling musicians ready to break out a song and share their talents with the world. Now you’re saying “Hey, this could work” Lessons in your Home teaches piano, guitar, voice, violin, in fact they teach every music instrument you could think of. Getting started is as easy as 1,2,3. 

  1. Give Lessons in your home a call or email
  2. They’ll ask important questions about each student ensuring a teacher that’s best for you 
  3. Schedule and start your lessons. What are you waiting for? Start Lessons now with Lessons in Your Home!

Get Private Guitar Lessons Across the Nation With Our Guitar Teachers

At Lessons In Your Home, we are proud to offer expert guitar instruction to budding musicians across the nation. Our highly skilled guitar teachers specialize in nurturing young talent, providing lessons that are tailored to each child’s unique learning style and musical interests. Whether your child is picking up a guitar for the first time or looking to enhance their skills, our instructors are passionate about creating a supportive and engaging learning environment. With us, your child’s musical journey is in expert hands, ensuring they not only learn, but also love every strum along the way.

Riley Merlino

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

City: Seattle

Riley Merlino is a guitarist, bassist, drummer, songwriter, producer and engineer born in Tacoma, WA and raised in Woodinville, WA. He started playing drums at age 10 after his dad showed him Led Zeppelin and he saw the movie School of Rock. He then began playing guitar at the age of 14, to be able to write r…

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Bazil Gillen

Instrument(s): Bass Guitar, Drums, Guitar

City: Denver

Bazil Gillen grew up in Denver, Colorado, and took up drumming at around age ten. He has since then studied/played in the Denver music scene for over 10+ years. His music background includes an eclectic array of styles and diverse musical scenarios.

After obtaining his Associate of Arts from Red Rocks Com…

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Gerardo Garcia

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

City: Dallas

Gerardo is a piano and guitar player who began playing since age 13. As soon as he was able, he began playing with bands and gained exposure to the public. Although playing for the public was exciting, he wanted to continue to increase his skills in music, so he enrolled in the School of Music at the Universi…

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Addison Neill

City: Dallas

Raised in Monroe, Louisiana and relocated to Dallas, TX to pursue an education in music, Addison Neill is a guitarist, pianist, songwriter, and composer who has studied classical, jazz, and flamenco styles at university and earned a BA degree in sound engineering.

Addison is now pursuing a career in teachi…

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Yamil Granda

Instrument(s): Bass Guitar, Guitar

Yamil Granda was born in Havana Cuba and currently lives in Miami Florida. Yamil began his musical career with the guitar where he would play at church worship bands. There was an opening for bass guitar in a worship band and he picked up the instrument and it quickly became his main instrument for gigging. …

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Billy Jones

Instrument(s): Bass Guitar, Guitar

City: Atlanta

Born and raised in Naples, Florida, Billy’s first encounters with music came from an early age interest in video game music and classic rock. He began playing the Guitar in his early teens learning Rock, Grundge, Funk, and Metal repertoire. He joined his middle school’s jazz ensemble in 8th grade, continued p…

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Evan Williamson

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

Evan Williamson is a guitar, electric bass, and piano instructor based in Silver Spring, Maryland. He believes that the more time and energy you put into something, the more you grow to love and appreciate it. This long-term process is one he hopes to instill in each of his students.

Evan’s first int…

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Chase Harris

Instrument(s): Bass Guitar, Guitar

City: Houston

Mr. Chase is a Houston area native that has been playing music his entire life. His music education began with the trombone in his school band, and soon after, led to guitar lessons with a focus on improvisation under the tutelage of Bruce Brown. Mr. Chase formed his first garage band at age 12, and went on t…

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Holly Montgomery

Holly grew up in a musical family, her father was a classical pianist and her mother was a country singer-guitarist. As a result, she learned classical piano as pop/folk guitar as there were always instruments in the house. As a young child, she tagged along to her mother’s gigs and sang along, sometimes w…

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Isaac Spivak

Ike Spivak is a Downbeat award-winning multi-instrumentalist, composer, educator, and producer from Denver, Colorado. While pursuing an undergraduate degree from the University of Denver, he was honored with first place in the college big band division of the Next Generation Jazz Festival. DU also awarded him…

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After answering any questions you might have, we’ll pair you with a local teacher that best matches your age, schedule, skill level, and goals.


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Why Should A Student Take bass guitar Lessons?

Embarking on guitar lessons at Lessons In Your Home is more than just learning chords and melodies; it’s diving into a world where creativity meets expression in one of the most accessible and influential musical forms. Guitar lessons offer a dynamic platform for students to express themselves, harness their creativity, and gain confidence in their musical abilities. Each strum provides not only a step closer to mastering the instrument but also strengthens cognitive skills, enhances coordination, and boosts self-confidence.
The guitar is uniquely versatile, resonating across countless genres such as rock, blues, pop, and folk, making it an instrument that adapts to any student’s musical tastes and aspirations. Students learn to navigate diverse musical landscapes, which enriches their understanding of music and broadens their cultural appreciation. Moreover, playing the guitar can be a profound way to connect with others, providing a common language that transcends words.
Our guitar lessons are designed with the student’s personal growth in mind. Our experienced instructors are committed to crafting engaging, customized lesson plans that motivate and inspire. Whether the goal is to play around a campfire, perform in a band, or simply enjoy private moments of musical solitude, guitar lessons at Lessons In Your Home pave the way for a fulfilling and lifelong musical journey.

bass guitar Lessons Tailored for Kids

At Lessons In Your Home, we specialize in making guitar lessons for kids not just educational, but a total blast. Our core belief is that learning an instrument like the guitar should be fun, engaging, and an essential part of developing a child’s creative expression and personality. We recognize that each child is unique, and that’s why our lessons are custom-designed to fit individual interests and learning styles. From rock to pop, from blues to folk, our instructors tailor the content to include music genres that resonate and excite our students, ensuring they stay passionate and motivated.

Our teaching approach is crafted to be light-hearted and enjoyable. We begin with simple chords and quickly progress to playing complete songs, enabling children to see their improvements and maintain excitement about their musical journey. This method not only keeps the lessons enjoyable but also lays a solid foundation for musical skill and personal confidence. For children keen on showing off their newfound talents, we provide opportunities to perform in recitals and other events, giving them a platform to shine and experience the excitement of live performance.

Understanding the hectic schedules of modern families, we prioritize convenience without compromising the quality of our music education. Our instructors come directly to your home, eliminating the need for you to deal with traffic or scheduling conflicts. We align our sessions with your family’s routine, ensuring that your child’s music education integrates smoothly into your daily life. This commitment to accommodating family needs makes our guitar lessons a harmonious addition to your child’s development, both as a musician and as a thriving young individual.

Benefits of bass guitar Lessons for Students

Guitar lessons offer far more than just musical skills; they provide a gateway to personal development and self-expression that can shape a child’s life. At Lessons In Your Home, we’ve witnessed firsthand how learning the guitar can empower young minds, fostering a belief in themselves that they can achieve anything they set their minds to. This confidence, born in music lessons, often carries through to all areas of their lives, helping them to face challenges with resilience and determination.

Guitar Develops Coordination & Cognition
For many children, the guitar is not only an instrument but a tool for growth. As they learn to synchronize their strumming with chord changes, they enhance their sensory motor skills, timing, and rhythm. This coordination is crucial, not just for music, but for developing cognitive abilities that aid in all academic areas. The act of reading music and translating it into hand movements activates diverse parts of the brain, improving focus and critical thinking skills. This cognitive stimulation is wrapped in the joy of music, making it a pleasurable and enriching experience.

Playing Guitar Helps with Creativity & Expression
Guitar lessons are a canvas for creative expression. They allow students to convey emotions and tell their stories through music, whether they are strumming their first chord or composing their own songs. This artistic outlet is vital for emotional health and develops a sense of identity and personal voice. As students perform and share their music, they gain confidence and self-esteem. Our instructors nurture this process, guiding each student to find their unique sound in a supportive and encouraging environment.

The Transformative Impact of Music
There’s a transformative power in music that has been part of Lessons In Your Home’s story from the beginning. We believe that learning the guitar (or any instrument) is not just about acquiring a skill but about opening doors to new possibilities. A personal story from our community involves a young student who, through guitar lessons, overcame shyness and learned to stand confidently on stage, a skill that translated into public speaking and leadership in school. Such stories are common in our experience, highlighting how guitar lessons can be a cornerstone for lifelong confidence and success.
Encourage your child to pick up a guitar, and watch as they tune not only their instrument but their entire outlook on what they can achieve. Let’s make the world a more harmonious place, one guitar lesson at a time.

What Do You Need for Your First bass guitar Lesson?

Here’s what you’ll need to get off to a great start. First and foremost, you’ll need a guitar. While any basic guitar from a music shop will do, the choice of style and brand is entirely up to you—whether it’s a beautifully designed model or a trusted brand. Along with your guitar, make sure you have a tuner, a strap, and a few picks; these accessories are essential for comfortable playing.
Don’t worry about sheet music or lesson books; our teachers will bring all the necessary educational materials to your lesson. However, one often-overlooked item is a music stand. A good music stand will hold your music at eye level, making it easier to read while you play and keeping your sheets neatly organized. With these items in hand, you’re all set for a successful first guitar lesson. Let the music begin!

Get Started Today with bass guitar Lessons!

Kickstart your child’s guitar-playing journey right from the comfort of your own home with Lessons In Your Home. We’re passionate about delivering guitar lessons that are not only convenient but also deeply engaging and perfectly suited to your child’s individual style and pace. Our home-based lessons mean no travel hassles and a seamless fit into your daily schedule, allowing your child to learn in the familiar and relaxed environment of your home.
Is your child ready to explore the exciting world of guitar? Reach out to us now to book their first lesson. Our dedicated team is eager to connect your child with an instructor who will inspire and guide them every step of the way. Let’s transform your living room into a stage for musical growth and discovery!

Guitar Lesson FAQs

What is the best age to start guitar lessons?

Learning guitar is great for all ages, and a person can start as young as 4 years old. While you can start that young, it’s important to contact us about the size and stringed type of guitar you intend for your child to learn on. The guitar can come in scaled sizes for students of younger ages. Typical sizes include 1/2 scale, best for students 4-7, 3/4 scale, best for students 8-11, and full sized which works well for most students 12 years old and up.

Should I learn on an electric guitar or acoustic guitar?

You can technically learn on either. It really depends on what your goals and desires are for learning guitar. In general, learning on an acoustic is more “foundational” for understanding the guitar as a whole. Young learners will also develop more finger strength on an acoustic, which will make switching to electric much easier. But if your child has a natural inclination to electric guitar, start them out on that!

What guitar equipment do I need to prepare before starting guitar lessons?

Besides the guitar itself, there’s not a whole lot more you need. We’d recommend having these things to improve and speed up learning: 

  • Picks – Learning how to play the guitar with a pick helps young guitarists strum the strings. There’s all sorts of pic sizes and thickness. When starting out, a pack of medium or soft pics will aid in learning. 
  • Guitar Strap – If you want to play or practice standing up, then a strap is a must. Plus, guitar straps can be customized can give kids a sense of personality. 
  • Spare Strings – Strings break down over time and need changing based on how frequently you play. It is always handy to have extra strings on hand when one string breaks, when they start to feel rusty, or when you want to improve the tone of your guitar. 
  • Tuner – Having a well-tuned instrument is key to sounding good and staying on pitch. You’ll want to start each practice by tuning your guitar as weather, humidity, and other variables can make your strings go flat or sharp. 
  • Metronome – While you can still learn the guitar without a metronome, practicing with it at home can ensure good rhythm when playing. It is especially important when planning to play with other musicians. There are tons of devices or free apps that you can use. 

When in doubt, ask your guitar teacher! They’ll help you guide you in what you need to be successful.

Will my fingers hurt when I play the guitar?

Sore fingers when first learning guitar is completely normal. Don’t worry; as you practice more, muscle strength in your forearm and calluses on your fingers will develop. The pain will go away pretty quickly in time. If necessary, there are some ways to lessen the pain when practicing such as using lighter strings. Ask your guitar teacher about this if you’re dealing with pain!

How much time should I spend practicing the guitar?

Any practice is better than no practice. In fact, there is no magic number of minutes because we teach that consistency is the key to success. We’d rather our students play for 10 minutes a day daily rather than 60 minutes in one sitting in a week. One of the benefits of private lessons is that our teachers will give recommendations to your practice time and habits based on your child’s learning style. There’s a lot to consider on an individual student level for how much time should be spent practicing.

Is it important to be able to read music when learning the guitar?

You don’t have to read sheet music to start learning guitar! Long term, our goal for our students is to help them be independent as musicians. Reading sheet music, or learning the ability to learn a piece of new music, is foundational to that goal.

How long does it take to be good at playing the guitar?

When you learn an instrument in the right way, you’re not going to want to stop learning. That’s the best part of having a professional private music teacher! With that in mind, students are able to play songs from the first few lessons. But remember, even the “greats” are still learning. Eric Clapton famously refers to himself as still learning and trying to get better at the guitar, so there’s always room for learning and improvement.