|Monday||10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.|
|Tuesday||10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.|
|Wednesday||10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.|
|Thursday||10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.|
Eclipse of Austin Guitar Lesson Studio
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Jessica L.Sep 4, 2017VerifiedGeorge B.'s reply
TY Jessica :)
So far so good. As a beginner, learning to read music is fairly difficult ,but we're getting through it. What I like is that he demands accuracy. A real task master, but nice about itApr 28, 2017VerifiedGeorge B.'s reply
I tell all of my students that I will let them know when the learning get's hard, but I NEVER tell them it's hard. Thanks for the review Don. :)
My son, who's 18, is the one taking the lessons, and he loves it! He's very happy with the progress he's made. George gives some prodding when it's needed, but also good encouragement when it's merited. Watch George play on youtube and see what you think! So talented.Aug 30, 2016VerifiedGeorge B.'s reply
Thank you Dana. This is a very nice review. :)
So far so good! We switched over from a long-time classical instructor to expand my teenager's repertoire. He has had four or five lessons and is enjoying it/says he is learning. I take him at his word since I'm not musical. George is very nice/friendly, obviously very talented, and a bargain! Totally recommend!Aug 12, 2016VerifiedGeorge B.'s reply
Thanks Kellye. I am honored to be the teacher to bring your son to the next level. He is a little star in the making. :)
My experience was good.The only drawback was the driving distance was too far.I believe a one hour lesson may be too long for some.It was for me.I think thirty minute lessons should be the maximum time as some people tend to lose concentration after thirty minutes.Apr 4, 2016VerifiedGeorge B.'s reply
Hmmm... This must have been from long ago because I really don't remember who this person is. My policy is to discourage students who live too far from my studio, and Thumbtack knows I turn them down for that reason. So who would drive too far and want a shorter session? There are many others who charge more for shorter sessions. I still don't understand what you can learn in thirty minutes, and I dare say that my students would probably agree with me. Some of them are sad when the session is over and some actually stay longer because we are really in the middle of accomplishing something. So James, who ever you are, thanks for the review, but you based it on your opinion and not really what it is we accomplish here.
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?My payment schedule is quite simple, $30 for an hour class, and is scheduled for one hour each week.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?Typically, we start from the very beginning learning to read music, proper fingering and picking technique. From there we work on chords and strumming in all key progressions. The next step is to learn scales and improvisation on lead guitar. The process requires daily practice and weekly attendance.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I tell my students all the time that I am still learning things about my guitars. I suppose I will always discover more and more about playing and improvising.