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Taylor Frederick

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

City: Denver

Taylor is a 2013 Music Industry graduate of The State University of New
York at Oneonta, and has since relocated to Colorado’s thriving music
scene. He brings together a plethora of multi-genre capabilities, and
musical prowess on multiple instruments including guitar, bass,
drums/percussion, and voic…

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Kendall Eddy

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

City: Denver

In two decades as a musician, acoustic and electric bassist Kendall Eddy has given thousands of performances in over 30 of the United States, Canada, Italy, Japan, Norway, Panama and throughout the Caribbean. He has had extensive studio recording experience, appearing on dozens of recordings by Boston & New Y…

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Alexander Spaulding

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

City: Denver

Alex discovered the joy of music at an early age, having been born into a family of musicians. After receiving classical instruction by Dallas Symphony First Chair Cellist, Alex Djinov, he began to delve into genres other than classical, and picked up numerous instruments along the way, taking guitar lessons …

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Sara Schmidt

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

City: Denver

Sara graduated from Colorado State University in 2016 with bachelor’s degrees in music performance and music therapy. Following her education, she accepted an internship in the Laurence Public School and facilitated individual music therapy session to students in special needs classrooms ages k-12.

In 2…

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Adam McCready

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

City: Denver

Adam has been teaching music since 2013 and graduated from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, where he received a Bachelor of Music. Majoring in Music Composition and minoring in Music Business, Entrepreneurship and Technology, he received an extensive musical education. In this program, he composed …

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Duel Shape

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

City: Denver

Duel Shape is a recent graduate from South Dakota State University. He is primarily a vocalist, guitar player, bass guitar player, piano player, and percussionist. Duel is an active performer in the Denver Metro area and performs as a front man for a band called Dirty Side Down. He is very active with his pe…

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Ethan Minard

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

City: Denver

Ethan Minard is a multi-instrumentalist based out of Boulder, Colorado. He offers beginner lessons in guitar, ukulele, and percussion (concert and drum set), and offers beginner to advanced lessons in classical piano.

Raised in Dillon, Colorado, Ethan started taking classical piano lessons at age 7. He we…

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Sara Lefevre

Instrument(s): Guitar, Ukulele

City: Denver

Sara LeFevre is a guitarist and composer based in Denver, Colorado. As a self-taught musician from the age of 14, she is in the unique position to help her students find not only the tools to understand and succeed in music, but the tools to find their passion in music as well. Using a fun and relaxed teachin…

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Brock Settlemier

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

City: Denver

My name is Brock Settlemier. I began taking piano lessons when I was 7 years old, and now I have started teaching piano myself. Along the way, I also managed to teach myself new instruments like guitar, ukulele, drums, harmonica, and choir singing. I have performed in jazz bands, rock bands, solo v…

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David Tiller

Instrument(s): Guitar, Mandolin, Voice

City: Denver

David Tiller works with all ages, from very beginners to very advanced students and teaches multiple styles including jazz, bluegrass, rock, gypsy jazz, celtic, swing, latin jazz, choro, and more with focus on technique, theory, groove, melody, improv, repertoire, confidence and fluidity. David has worked wit…

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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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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.

Lakewood guitar Lessons For Kids

At Lessons In Your Home, all of the teachers are more than capable of teaching the art of the guitar to children. Most of our young students don’t start lessons until they’re between 5 and 7 years old but our Denver Guitar Teachers have experience teaching children as young as age 3. Teachers working for Lessons In Your Home are experts at creating a curriculum that is equal parts fun and informative, ensuring that your children will learn the guitar and enjoy themselves while doing it. Children taking guitar lessons through Lessons In Your Home have played shows, starred in recitals, and even recorded music in professional studios all across Denver and the rest of Colorado.

Getting guitar Lessons Near You

Lessons In Your Home makes it easy to find an instructor living in your area. We have expert guitar teachers living both in and around Denver that are eager to help you learn how to play! From Littleton to Glendale, Thornton to Parker, and everywhere else around the big city, Lessons In Your Home has teachers ready to start lessons right away. Looking for an even more convenient option? We also offer virtual music lessons via Zoom or Skype!

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 Lakewood!

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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