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Choose from Three Options
- $65 for six weeks of guitar lessons ($157.50 value)
- $75 for six weeks of guitar lessons with string change ($182.50 value)
- $85 for six weeks of guitar lessons with guitar rental ($217.50 value)
Students enroll in six consecutive weeks of this immersive guitar class, in which they play easy songs along with a recorded band on a real stage to get the feeling of playing in a real environment. The interactive experience prevents boredom, allowing students to get into classes and learn faster, with most students being able to play a simple song by the end of the first lesson.
Dave's Guitar Instruction
With its neon-purple stage lights and 70” plasma screen, Dave's Guitar Instruction's studio resembles a rock-concert stage as much as it does a classroom. And that's the point. The school's classes, capped at eight students, combine the intimacy of a private lesson with high-tech, professional trappings. The studio's personal headphones pipe each student's chords to only their ears and the instructor's, providing sonic privacy and easing shyness; meanwhile, the stage platform vibrates to prepare students for the bass vibrations of a concert or having to perform during a minor earthquake.
Students of all levels hone their skills with the help of Dave Milliken, an instructor with more than 25 years of guitar performance experience. Dave's love for genres from folk to hip-hop informs his multimedia lessons. During classes, students play along with live recordings or watch concert clips featuring legendary guitar players and plectrums unjustly forgotten by history. For an immersive experience, Dave's students augment their classwork with custom at-home practice sessions, aided by online-video and audio resources.
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“Great friendly atmosphere and Dave is a great teacher. I'm very impressed.”
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