How much should I pay for guitar lessons?

How much do I want to pay?

The type of guitar teaching you receive determines your average cost. However, your budget can be determined as well. The key to setting up an accurate budget is to make sure you know what you are going to pay for.

Your actual cost may vary greatly depending on your personal preferences and the services you are looking for.

To make that information easy, we have set up a free quote and quotation calculator, which you can use on our website. Simply call our toll-free number or write an email to: and we’ll have your quote in 24 hours or less. This is a unique opportunity to make your decision for yourself. We can help you get an accurate price. This is not the only way to find the right price, but it is our best choice for the most accurate results.

There are many other methods to get a good price, but we believe you should be able to get it at the best possible price.

We believe there are some basic guidelines the best teachers can use to get their prices right, to help ensure you get a deal.

Before you decide to go to a certain guitar teaching place, you should be able to go there for free. I am giving you what you are asking for: no strings, no lessons, no charges. We can find it.

Our quotes are based on the information we have at the moment. We cannot promise they will be right every time. But if we disagree to this amount, or this price, we can always agree to a different amount and the cost will not change.

We offer you the chance to compare our quotes with those we get from any other source, such as guitar school or internet retailer.

How many hours a day do you offer guitar lessons?

How long do you recommend our services?

Should I come to your place or the nearest guitar store?

Should I get a teacher with experience or one without?

Who do you work with?

What percentage of teachers are qualified?

What kind of school or school district does your place have?

Is your business located in the United States or Canada?

How long are you offering your services?

Is it a 24-hr/7-days/week service?

You must be authorized by the school to work there and pay your bills through their service. The school owns the