Versed in styles ranging from jazz to metal, instructors focus on skills such as notation, and will also teach students' favorite songs
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$39 for four private 30-minute guitar or bass lessons (an $80 value)
Both guitar and bass lessons can focus on skills such as navigating the fretboard, notation, or just learning students’ favorite songs.
For guitarists and bassists of all ages and skill levels, the studio's teachers incorporate music theory into lessons built around reading music or learning favorite songs. And those tunes aren't limited to the ones on the radio—besides rock, Hammeron's teachers specialize in a range of styles such as jazz, country, metal, and blues. Sitting behind a kit for the first time, a beginner drummer only knows how to beat away. But at Hammeron Music, instructors help drummers master the subtle art of accompanying other musicians, as well as other pertinent skills such as sight-reading and improvisation.
Along with lessons, Hammeron Music stocks its showroom with guitars for purchase, it staffs technicians who can fix malfunctioning instruments and amps, and it rents its recording studios to musicians looking to cut demos or full albums.