Langes Music

Langes Music

5.0 (2)

About this pro

We stand out for the Best "One on One" Music Lessons!

 Not only do you learnHow to read Music, you learn how to play your Favorite songs, right from the Start!

I just Love to see the Enjoyment people get from Music!

  The "Smiles on there Face " are Priceless!!

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Visalia, CA 93277
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2 Reviews


  • Jon McCormack

    "Scot has been my guitar teacher for a few years. Although I don't practice as much as I should, I have learned many songs and understand music so I am able to play with other musicians. Scot shows a great deal of patience with this senior, and I suspect it comes from his many years of teaching young children as well as adults of all ages. One of the things I like about Scot is his vast knowledge of music. If I want to play a certain song, he will have mastered it by the next lesson...complete with sheet music!"

  • Ron Klien

    I have known Scot for over 20 years. . I play three instruments and wanted someone with a broad scope as well. I started as a student and our lessons became jams at times as well. Either me playing guitar with him, or at times me playing piano or drums. Scot himself is a multi-instrumentalist. He can play Guitar,Bass,Drums,Piano, and Cello. He has played with many bands over the years, and most of all has taught over 200 students of all ages and levels. I feel he can adjust to any student and their style, no matter the musical ability, age or genre of music the student likes. He will work on any song or style you want. I very much enjoyed his teaching style and his ability to convey the lesson effectively. He is passionate about his teaching and always has been. I can see it. I have met other teachers and have contrasted his teaching style and passion. Music is his life and it shows. He is constantly wanting to improve himself musically so that he can be an even more effective teacher than he already is. Most of all, encompassing all of this is the fact he is a good person. This is what is integral in making him a great teacher. He is always positive. He has the ability to focus you as well. I feel I know what it takes to teach as well. I do some substitute teaching and while music is not my major, I have substituted in music classrooms. I also have a business and have hired people and while not a musical related business, I feel I can see character in people. Scot has great character. He could inspire any student. Even without a formal music degree, he has many, many years of hands on teaching experience that a degree cannot necessarily teach you. We also have conversations about music theory and music in general. All of this and all of the above I have mentioned is why I think Scot would be a great choice for the job he is seeking. I think he could very effectively teach any grade level and any musical level as well. I suggest him in the highest regards possible. Ron


What is your typical process for working with a new student?

I Like to start on a Song that They Know.

 ( Its always more fun to play a song you lke and have heard of)

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I've Been Teaching Guitar At Manhattan Beach Music and Voice for 17 years. The owner decided on to close up ( He got Married and Moved out of the Country) So I am looking for Students. I Love to Teach!

Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

$35.00 per 1/2 Hour

$70.00 for 1 Hour


 If I need to travel more then 10 miles , I Charge $10 more for 

  Gas and my time in Traffic.

How did you get started teaching?

I started teaching when I taught a Girl friends little Brother.

  I soon Discovered I was Good at it...and I Really enjoyed it.


What types of students have you worked with?

I have taught 6 year olds to 64 years old.


Describe a recent event you are fond of.

I have been working at Trinity Lutherian Church here in Manhattan Beach for 12 years. I am the Music Director for the Youth Group that performs at the 11am sevice every sunday.

 We had a litlle Concert outside, and to see the Smiles on there faces as they performed....Just Priceless!!

What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

I am always asked from people getting ready to learn, and they say...Should I gert a Acoustic first and then work up to a Electric?

    I say...If you want to play Electric , get a Electric!

     If you want to play Acoustic ...get a Acoustic!

       Get the One You want to Play!

        It is a Commitment , you will only get out of it what you put into it.  So....You gotta Practice...SO...why not Pracitice playing the songs YOU want to Play !!

What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

Remember the old Saying...." You only get out of it

                                            What you put into it!

   It is a Commitment, You gotta practice!   So,

   Why not Pratice learning the songs you really like and want to play!!