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I wanted to share the recording setup I use in my classroom.  Giving students the opportunity to hear themselves allows them to build better music habits and to develop a healthy practice of self-evaluation.  This setup is inexpensive and is made from old hardware I no longer use in my professional studio, but it should be a great starting place to get ideas for a teacher or budding recor...

Finding a teacher for young students can be difficult.  Many guitar teachers are reluctant to take on early learners because a full size guitar can often be too big to hold and the strings too difficult for young students to push down.

One of the programs we've began offering are lessons specifically geared towards elementary age students.    We have developed lessons for the "guitale...

When you first start playing guitar, it can be tough to overcome finger and wrist pain as you develop hand strength and dexterity.  As you deal with pain and fatigue, you can develop poor posture and technique, which greatly hinders your long term growth as a musician.  Here are a few simple things you can do to be proactive about the beginner blues so that you can get the most out of you...

We're very excited to announce that we've partnered with Epic Charter Schools! Students enrolled in the Epic One-on-One Program may use Learning Funds to pay for lessons with us. How awesome is that?  Send us an e-mail or call Brent if you would like to sign up for lessons today!

How are you making sure music lessons stick with elementary-age students? Here are 3 tips I've used to engage students during my guitar lessons.

Like guitar picks, guitar strings come in many different sizes, materials, and are suitable for different uses.  If you're just starting out, all the different choices out there can be overwhelming. So here are 3 tips to get you started.

Children under 10 often struggle to find a guitar that fits their small frame and hands. Finding the right guitar that accommodates their frame will help their passion for guitar last! Here are my top recommendations for guitar students under 10 years old!

How do you choose a guitar pick? Here are three factors to consider when selecting a guitar pick: material, shape, and thickness.

What's a good guitar for a first time player? I've put together my top three guitars under $200 to consider if you're interested in learning guitar. It's important to find a guitar that's the right fit for you. Is it comfortable to play? Do you like the sound? Does it meet your needs as a guitar player? Check out my top 3 recommendations for beginner guitars.

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Hi, I'm Brent. I teach guitar lessons in Edmond, OK.

I care about sharing people's stories and passions. What if your story could ignite the fire within someone else who shares your interests? Let's tell your story together.

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