Six String School
Are you looking for guitar lessons for your child that actually work? Are you hoping to get an early start on your child's music education, but you don't want to shell out hundreds and thousands of dollars on tuition, fees and text books? Do you want a patient, and relentlessly positive instructor that can help your child feel excited about learning music? An instructor that makes you and your child feel comfortable?
Well look no further than Six String School!
I'm Adam Robert, guitarist, vocalist and instructor and I've been instructing, training and mentoring people of all ages and all walks of life for nearly 20 years. I've also been a live performer, in cover bands, wedding bands and original bands for over 25 years.
I tailor the lessons around what gets the student excited. Your child might want to learn to play some of the greatest rock songs of all time, or perhaps some good old country twang. Or, maybe he or she is really interested in music theory, and how all of it ties together as both a science and an art. Or perhaps what really gets your child excited is dreaming about being on stage and performing in front of a large crowd. I've been doing that since 1995, and I can tell you with great confidence that there are few things more thrilling than being on stage in front of hundreds of people cheering you on!
With music, the learning and the fun are both endless, and my students agree. Check out my reviews on Google, and read what they have to say about Six String School.
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Frequently asked questions
What is your typical process for working with a new student?
We begin your first lesson and consultation by discussing what your goals are, what music that you enjoy, and making sure that the student and teacher are a good fit.
What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
I studied music throughout high school, and was in choir starting at a very young age. I studied music theory at the CASA in Oak Park, and I have over 25 years of performing experience.