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Tab's Guitar Lessons

$49 for Three One-Hour Private Guitar Lessons Plus Travel Fees from Tab's Guitar Lessons ($105 Value)

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  • Expires Jan 23rd, 2013.
  • Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Appointment required. 24-hour cancellation notice required. Valid only within 20 minutes of zip code 48906. Extra $5 fee for travel over 20 minutes outside of 48906.
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Questions and Answers 5 questions

Q:

Is 6 or 7 years old too young to start guitar lessons? My grandson seems so musically inclined, I would like to capitalize on that if he is interested enough. What indicator(s) might suggest he is ready to focus on lessons? Thanks!

Debbie D.  asked on  Jul 18, 2012

A:

I have thought as low as age 5 previously. If a young child can sing or hum in tune or dance or tap a foot or bob a head in rythem chances are they have a bit of natural musical talent. In the end musical talent is 90% practice and hard work and 10% natural talent. Music is like a sport anyone can play but whoever has the most passion and practices the most and has the best teacher does best. If your kid can sit down for half an hour and work on a task than they will do just fine.

Tabbert W.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jul 18, 2012

Q:

Does this include electric guitar lessons?

Kristin D.  asked on  Jul 18, 2012

A:

Yes. I can do accoustic, electric, classical, bass and mandolin. Any genera as well. I am primarily a blues and clasic rock electric guitar player myself but also do jazz, folk, country, and metal as well.

Tabbert W.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jul 18, 2012

Q:

we live in east lansing (off north harrison). is that w/in the 20-min. radius? thanks, m.a.

mary  asked on  Jul 17, 2012

A:

It is less than 20 minutes :)

Tabbert W.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jul 17, 2012

Q:

We live in the Eaton Rapids area close to town is that in the range that you travel? (For the guitar lesson)

Jennifer L.  asked on  Jul 16, 2012

A:

That's pushing it I am on the far north side of Lansing on the Dewitt border. Send me your address and I'll mapquest it and we may be able to work somthing out regardless.

Tabbert W.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jul 16, 2012

Q:

Does the student need to have an expensive guitar? I have a 10 year old grand daughter that thinks she may want to play the guitar but she doesn't hav eone.

Catherine R.  asked on  Jul 16, 2012

A:

Your best bet if you want to go with a small investment is Craigslist. I have bought guitars on Craigslist for as low as 30$ either accoustic electric or classical is fine but you may want to find a 3/4 size guitar unless your son has large hands and or long arms. Elderly Insturments is the best store to go to for help if you don't feel comfortable with Craigslist. I can provide one for use during lesson to hold you over if you wish but realisticly the student needs one to practice on. My current schedule is as follows. Currently Monday and Tuesday are booked almost completely solid. I am available most late morning (10am and later and early afternoons as well as Wednesday Thursday and Friday evenings. This shcedual will be rapidly changing as I am getting a large response from the groupon add. Please send me a list of available options in order of most to least convenient and we will find a fit for both of us. Either way just call text or email me and we can work out a convenient time to get together.  Thanks, Tab Wakley, www.tabwakleymusicproductions.com Www.thegreatlakescollective.com Www.tabsguitarlessons.com Www.youngmindsmusic.net (517)505-0742

Tabbert W.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jul 16, 2012

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