The beginning guitar class is currently offered at all of our locations.  The class will meet for 1 hour a week and will have specific goals and assignments to practice throughout the week.

No experience is necessary, however you will need to provide your own guitar for class.  Generally starting on a nylon string guitar will be easier on your fingers as we begin.

Payment is due at the beginning of each month.  We only have 10 spots available in each class. IF interest grows, we can possibly start another class.  




Subscription Plan

$85 per month

Payment is due at the beginning of each month. We only have 10 spots available in each location. IF interest grows, we can possibly start another class.  

Late Fee

A late fee of $5 per week will be added to the monthly cost starting the 10th of the month until payment is made in full. Failure to pay by the 1st of the next month may result in removal from the program all together.


If you would like to cancel your enrollment in the class, please issue 30 day notice (written or email) that you will be leaving  Verbal and text communication is not sufficient.

Registration Form

For young beginners, we recommend a 3/4 size nylon string “classical” style guitar. A decent one is going to be between $80-$130 most likely.  I know that may seem a little expensive, but trying to learn and tune on a lower quality instrument gets very frustrating.  It becomes hard to tell if the right notes are being played.  Below are a few links, you can also shop Guitar Center or local shops.

Eric was the first chair All-State trombonist for the state of Texas 1997-1998 school year.  He received a full scholarship to Baylor University where he received his Bachelor's Degree in Trombone Performance.  Then was awarded a full scholarship to attend the University of Michigan and received a Master's degree in Trombone Performance.  


After teaching lessons for a year, he went through teacher qualification and has been teaching both Junior High and High School level students for 11 years.  


He has worked with every single brass, woodwind, and percussion instrument in his time as a band director, but definitely enjoys brass.  He is a self-taught guitarist, and his musical education helps him to teach others.  He enjoys helping lead worship at our home church.