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I've had the opportunity to take lessons in various pursuits; Anthony is by far the best instructor I've had the pleasure of learning from. He is not only masterful at the guitar, but teaches it in a way that it is accessible to beginner, intermediate, and advanced students. I took lessons with him for four years, the only thing that stopped me was moving away. If I could, I'd still be a student of his. My guitar abilities improved greatly under Anthony - I went from having no experience to playing full songs capably in live settings under his instruction and taught work ethic. His instruction was not just for guitar, he taught me valuable life lessons about perseverance, creativity, and friendship. Anthony set himself apart by being more than a teacher - he was a mentor, and his influence on me both musically and personally is something I am grateful for. In short, you'll be lucky to have Anthony as a guitar teacher!Sep 29, 2014
Guitar Lessons (for adults)
Great teacher and really enjoying my lessons!!!Apr 19, 2017VerifiedAnthony Gerogosian's reply
Geramie, Thank you for the great review!
Wonderful teacher, I can say that I saw immediate improvements in my playing from the first lesson and sustained improvement on a weekly basis. I would recommend him to anyone who wants to explore becoming a musicianDec 31, 2016Anthony Gerogosian's reply
Daniel, Thank you for the great review!
Guitar Lessons (for adults)Jun 27, 2017VerifiedAnthony Gerogosian's reply
Kelly, Thank you for the great review!
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?The lessons are $30 per lesson based on a half hour session once a week for 52 weeks. It works out to $130 per month.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?Generally, we identify the students desires, needs and wants. I find out what style they like, the genre of music the students listen to and their ultimate goals. I always ask them at the first lesson if they want to "play around the campfire, at family gatherings, for personal enjoyment or do they want to be a Rock Star?" I will then recommend a series of books and learning materials to get started.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?I have been playing Guitar since I was 12. I have a passion for the instrument that has lasted a lifetime, playing in bands, church, family gatherings, composing and experimenting with acoustic and electric projects. I was working at the counter of a music store part time in 1997 when the manager offered me a teaching job 2 days a week. I decided ti give it a try. I soon found out that I had the ability to connect with my students and develop lesson programs that fit their needs and desires. I have been fortunate enough to turn it into a full time profession.