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Top 10 group guitar classes near you

Students agree: these group guitar lessons are highly rated for knowledge, experience, communication, and more.
Seidenman's Guitar

Seidenman's Guitar

31 hires on Lessons
16+ years in business
Connor M. says, "Steve has played a tremendous role in the progress I've made as a guitar player. Lessons with him are enjoyable, rewarding, and low stress. He is a good listener; he pays attention to my playing and my questions, and provides valuable feedback. The work he gives me between lessons is always challenging, but reasonable, keeping me motivated and keeping the momentum going on improving my technique and musicality. He plays beautifully and seems to genuinely enjoy discussing all things related to music and the guitar." Read more
Herndon Guitar Lessons

Herndon Guitar Lessons

Offers online services
4 hires on Lessons
Daniel B. says, "He's easy to talk from and very patience with me -Dan " Read more
Music Spectrum School For The Arts

Music Spectrum School For The Arts

Offers online services
6 hires on Lessons
10+ years in business
Best value in the highest quality music, art and dance instruction Inspiring the creative spirit in others
The Piano Company

The Piano Company

New on Lessons
37+ years in business
80% of our customers are referrals no commissioned salesmen family owned company recognized for outstanding customer service see website at


1 hire on Lessons
38+ years in business
Y.Chang says, "My experience with Sam Kang was really beneficial to me. I came into the first class without holding a guitar once ever before, but Sam Kang was so patient and smart in his methods of teaching me that I knew how to play really hard (and uncomfortable) chords right away! I would thoroughly recommend him to any beginners looking for a very kind and thorough guitar teacher!" Read more
Let There Be Rock School

Let There Be Rock School

New on Lessons
3 hires on Lessons
13+ years in business
Performance based music lesson school. Take private lessons or join our performance program and play shows. We offer in person lessons and online virtual lessons. We have been in business since 2010. Watching our students grow musically and achieve the goals they set out to accomplish makes what we do worthwhile.
Ron Turner Guitar Lessons

Ron Turner Guitar Lessons

Offers online services
7 hires on Lessons
16+ years in business
Rick A. says, "Extremely knowledgeable and very patient!" Read more
Garden City Innovations

Garden City Innovations

Offers online services
2 hires on Lessons
11+ years in business
Ben W. says, "I've really enjoyed taking lessons from Mr.Dave. They've been extremely clear, easy and fun. Definitely have had a good time taking lessons with him and would highly recommend him." Read more

Your Group Guitar Lessons questions, answered

Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Lessons.

How much do group guitar lessons cost?

Taking group guitar lessons costs $25 to $35 per class. You can get a discount of 5% to 10% off if you pay for a whole month at once. Group lessons are the cheapest way to learn from a professional teacher in a semi-private setting.

You get less personal attention in a group session than in a private class, but you can learn from observing others in your group.

In comparison, private one-on-one guitar lessons costs $45 to $70 per hour.

Are group guitar lessons worth it?

Group guitar lessons are worth it because besides learning all the usual guitar skills and techniques, group lessons help students get better at skills you need in a band.

Benefits of guitar lessons with a group of people include:

  • Building social skills
  • More focus on playing to the beat
  • Understanding the different parts in a song
  • Looking out for signals from other musicians
  • Fixing any mistakes quickly
  • Learning how to adjust to the pace of the group and motivate each other

However, the members of the group with the least experience will benefit the most from one-on-one guitar lessons as well to help them keep up with the other students.

How often are group guitar lessons?

Group guitar lessons are usually once or twice a week. The frequency of lessons will depend on if you're in a school's music group preparing for a competition, a band, or if you just want to learn guitar for fun at your own speed.

How many students are in a group guitar lesson?

Group guitar lessons have about 2 to 7 students who are around the same age and skill level. Learning to play a musical instrument in a smaller group is best for early beginners.

How do I find the best group guitar lessons near me?

You'll find the best group guitar lessons to suit you by browsing the teacher listings on this Lessons website. Some local music schools or community colleges also offer group guitar classes.

Before you choose a guitar teacher, make sure to:

  • Check prices from at least 3 different group guitar lessons to compare them.
  • Read what other students say about them on Lessons and Google.
  • Talk to other parents of the students on their references list.
  • Ask for a contract and schedule before your first lesson.
  • Don't prepay for a full month of lessons until you've had a couple of classes to confirm they're the right fit for you.

What questions do I ask when choosing group guitar lessons?

To find the best guitar teacher for you, ask them these questions:

  • What kind of music degree do you have, and who taught you guitar?
  • How long have you been teaching guitar in groups?
  • Can I have a free lesson to see if I like how you teach?
  • How old are your other students?
  • Do I have options to try playing with more than one group?
  • Will you give me finger exercises to do at home that will help me improve?
  • How often should I practice between our group lessons?
  • What books do I need, and where can I buy used ones?
  • Which guitar styles will we learn together?
  • What should I bring to our lessons, and how long is each one?
  • Can I get a copy of our schedule, agreement, and how much I need to pay?
  • What happens if I need to cancel a lesson due to an emergency?
  • Can we vote on some of our favorite songs to learn on the guitar together?
  • How should we take turns asking questions during class?

Reviews for Ashburn group guitar classes

Recent success stories from people in the Ashburn area.
Lasha S.
Quick response time. Very professional, offered a lot of options
Seidenman's Guitar
Mark L.
My instructor is excellent. He plays guitar professionally for a variety of styles and has an effective teaching manner. He is patient and encouraging, and has been adaptive to when I have a physical challenge for that needs accommodating for a few lessons.
Music Spectrum School for the Arts
Soobin P.
He is really devoted for his students and truly wishes for his students to succeed in learning how to play a guitar. Not only that, he gives brief history about music and guitar every lessons, which leads you to gain more interest in guitar and music. He is really passionate about what he's doing and will always be there to support you. Very well-educated and well-organized curriculum for the best learning experience!
Jim M.
I have been working with Ron for over 10 years. He is a great teacher and I have improved my skills in all areas. Ron is great to work with with vast knowledge and skills. He has the ability to help you understand even the most difficult skills and styles.
Ron Turner Guitar Lessons
April M.
Dave is a great teacher. He is enthusiastic, encouraging, and easy to work with. My son loves taking lessons with him!
Garden City Innovations
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