Scott Humphries Music Lessons

Scott Humphries Music Lessons

Offers online services
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I teach beginning music lessons for Guitar, Bass Guitar, Banjo, Mandolin, Piano and Ukulele.

I have a BA in Music from Boise State University (1980). I have been teaching and preforming for many years, I currently play ukulele with two local groups.

I also have a Facebook page under Scott Humprhries Music.


Hired 1 time
14 years in business
Serves Chula Vista , CA
Offers online services

Payment methods

Cash, Check, Venmo


Musical styles

Rock, Country, Blues, Jazz, Folk, Classical, Recommendations available

Guitar style

Acoustic guitar, Electric guitar, Ukulele, Banjo, Recommendations available

Has instrument

Student who have a guitar, Student who don't have a guitar, but are planning to purchase one

Years experience

No formal training, No formal training; some self-taught experience, 0 – 2 years experience, 2 – 4 years experience

Able to read music

Students who can read music staff, Students who can read guitar tabs, Students who cannot read music

Lesson length

30 minutes

Student's age

11 – 13 years old, 14 – 18 years old, 19 – 25 years old, 26 – 45 years old, 46 – 65 years old, Over 65 years old

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Frequently asked questions

First Guitar lesson is long. Usually about 45 minutes. There is a lot to go over. But don't worry we will review it a lot.

I like to meet my students for the first two lessons so I can see that they are "getting" it. Then if I am sure we will then move to Zoom lessons.

The first lesson is free. Because sometimes it's not a good fit with the student or the parent. That way nothing is lost but time.

I have a B.A. in Music Education from Boise State University (1980)

I currently play with two ukulele groups here in Chula Vista and Lakeside. We preform at Care Centers, Retirement facilities, and Care Facilities.

I try and keep the lessons down to 30 minutes. Otherwise I am just practicing with the student and they need to learn how to do that.
I started playing in high school and it just developed into a job that I loved and like to do. Teach Music.
I try and keep my students busy with fun activities that have proven to be helpful for learning music. I try not to teach younger students below the age of 8. One they need to be able to hold the instrument and press down on the strings. Two they need to be mature enough to grasp beginning music knowledge.
Playing for the Bonita Library and the Bonita Museaum.
Keep an open mind about what you are doing. Learning music is just like learning a new language. It takes practice and patience to learn. And have fun. It shouldn't be work.
You should have a place to practice. And make time every day. 30 minutes of practice is much better than 2 hours of practice just before you lesson.

Services offered

Bass Guitar
Music Theory