CJ Guitar Lessons
Hired 13 times
20 years in business
Apple Pay, Paypal, Venmo, Zelle
Photos and Videos
6 photos and 2 videos
General event / party,
Pop / top 40,
Rock / classic rock,
Jazz / Blues,
Country / bluegrass,
As an advanced player I was looking for someone with a strong background in music theory and technique. Chris Jones posses both and furthermore knows how to teach it! I recommend Chris as a guitar instructor for all skill levelsNov 30, 2017Verified
I have taken guitar lessons from Chris for 6 months. He has exceeded my expectations. I am learning a lot and Chris is very helpful and patient. He readily shares his knowledge about guitar playing and provides the right amount of music theory for me. I have even gone out to see Chris at a few gigs, and really enjoy listening to him. I highly recommend Chris Jones.Jul 24, 2017
I took lessons with Chris Jones for about a year before I went off to college to pursue a jazz studies degree and I felt well equipped as a result. He will do his best to get you the musical results you want and I would recommend home for any guitar player looking to get better.Apr 8, 2017
Willing to teach current music that I pick.Jul 20, 2017
Chris listened to my needs and started me right off at the first lesson. Just finished my second lesson today, he added more from the first lesson, progressing. He explains well the reasoning for what im learning and shows how it applies. Looking forward to the next lesson.Nov 22, 2017Verified
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?I charge flat rates that are less than or comparable to other area studios: Cornelius, Davidson, Mooresville and Huntersville. My rates are based on what I have seen and in some cases cheaper than others. Lessons at my location (in Davidson) are as follows: $25/30 min $37/45 min $50/ 60 min Due to my current schedule I am only taking students willing to come to my residence. Thanks. As far as payment is concerned I accept cash, check, PayPal and Zelle.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?I always start with the same 3 questions for any of my students - especially new ones 1. Why are you taking guitar lessons? This is very important. I can't tell you how many people I have asked this to in the past and how many didn't really know why they were doing it. For anyone to want to pursue something there has to be a reason otherwise they will lose interest very quickly. 2. What goals do you have? Goals will keep you motivated when you feel like you are not moving forward in your lessons. Guitar is not an easy instrument to play. 3. What kind of music do you like? This helps me pick out material.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I am a recent graduate with BA in Music Therapy from Queens University of Charlotte. I have also be playing guitar for 24 years.