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Luke Boismier

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

City: Seattle

Luke Boismier is an enthusiastic musician and educator who is new to the Seattle area. Luke is originally from Fort Wayne, Indiana where he studied classical guitar under Bob Ferguson (Bob graduated from Jacob’s School of Music at Indiana University and teaches the Bachelor’s Guitar Performance program at Ind…

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Martin Budde

City: Seattle

Martin Budde is guitarist and multi instrumentalist composer/educator based in Seattle WA. Originally from Small town Alaska he has attended Idyllwild Arts Academy, New England Conservatory and has a BFA from Cornish College of the Arts.

Martin is the co-founder of Seattle/New York based contemporary Jazz…

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Elijah Thomson

Instrument(s): Bass Guitar, Guitar

City: Seattle

Elijah Thomson currently plays bass for Father John Misty and is a renown musician and producer in the music industry. Over a 25 year career, he has amassed hundreds of recording credits and thousands of live performances around the world with myriad artists—including: Father John Misty, The Wallflowers, Na…

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Andrew Cox

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

City: Seattle

Andrew Cox is a lifelong musician. Primarily a teacher of Guitar, bass, and piano, Andrew has a vast musical history. Coming from parents who were both professional classical musicians, Andrew got started at an early age playing piano. His parents got him involved with a music studio that prepped him for reci…

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Jesse Miller

Instrument(s): Bass Guitar, Guitar, Voice

City: Seattle

Seattle Guitar Teacher Jesse Miller started playing guitar when he was eight years old, and began writing music soon thereafter. He has studied jazz and classical guitar under Fred Hamilton at the University of North Texas and spent a summer in the Volta region of Ghana studying West African drumming and rhyt…

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Dan Schwindt

Instrument(s): Bass Guitar, Guitar, Ukulele

City: Seattle

Dan has been a professional guitarist for 25 years based primarily in Seattle, Dallas and Denver’s music markets and has recently relocated back to his hometown after a 20 year residency in Denver, CO. He has toured extensively throughout the United States performing various genres of music including Jazz, Ro…

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Woody Frank

Instrument(s): Bass Guitar, Guitar

City: Seattle

Woody is a Seattle native that started playing and performing with bands on bass and guitar when he was 16, and he never looked back! He has played extensively with funk, blues, rock, punk, folk, flamenco, gypsy jazz and prog rock styles, and dabbled in many others. He loves to improvise, but also knows a gr…

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Martin Sippy

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

City: Seattle

Martin started playing violin at age 9 and quickly found that he loved to play any stringed instrument he could get his hands on–including a sanxian (3-stringed Chinese lute) he picked up and performed on during a recent trip to China. He says, “Ever since I played my orchestra challenge piece for my grandma…

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Dylan Freeman

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

City: Seattle

In an ever-growing love for music, Dylan Freeman has spent most of his life learning and playing a variety of styles and instruments. Starting with guitar, he learned to play a variety of genres from rock, to jazz, to classical, eventually winning the WMEA State Solo/Ensemble Competition in classical guitar. …

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Evan Hulse

Evan Hulse grew up in Seattle, WA. He started playing music when he was 10 years old and quickly realized he wanted to understand all about how music worked!

Evan began his musical journey playing the recorder in grade school and singing along with his class while his 3rd grade teacher played piano. Eventu…

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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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First Lesson Guarantee — If you don’t LOVE your first lesson we can pair you with a teacher that better fits your situation. Or you can even cancel and pay us nothing.

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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.

Beacon Hill guitar Lessons For Kids

How young can your student start learning guitar? Most of Lessons In Your Home students are actually kids with some even start as young as 4 years old! Our teachers love teaching kids. The earlier a child starts playing the Guitar, the easier it is to ultimately master. In addition, many of our younger students go on to master more than just the guitar, but it all starts with those first Seattle guitar lessons. Our Teachers have all been carefully selected to work with you and your child in your home, near you! In fact, one of the most important factors for our business is that you (the parent) love your guitar instructor too! We have guitar lessons for all ages, from young children to teenagers to adults but we have a special spot in our hearts for kids.

Getting guitar Lessons Near You

If you’re searching for “guitar lessons near me” and you live in Seattle, then you’ve come to the right place. We have dedicated teachers located around Northwest Washington ready to help. Our teachers are ready to commute to your area — from Ballard to the shores of Lake Sammamish, we have a teacher for you. Contact us today to connect with teachers in your
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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 Beacon Hill!

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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