Sean Evan Lessons

Sean Evan Lessons

5.0(1 review)
Offers online services
Offers online services


In a word, similitude. Though I have been a performer for almost 2 decades, I distinctly recall what it was like to be a beginner and how exciting it was to experience the gradual progress of getting better and more comfortable as a 'player'. I excel at personalizing the lesson experience to tailor the students' individual needs and goals.

To be candid, the opportunity to simply talk shop about music and guitar is a simple pleasure for me. Most people learning guitar are passionate on some level about music and will often spark an organic dialogue.


Hired 2 times
1 employee
15 years in business
Serves Oklahoma City , OK
Offers online services

Payment methods

Cash, Check, Venmo, Paypal, Apple Pay, Zelle

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Musical styles

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

Guitar style

Acoustic guitar, Electric guitar, 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, 4+ years of 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, 45 minutes, 60 minutes

Student's age

5 – 10 years old, 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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  • Reviews

    0 reviews


    colton N.

    Sean is great teacher and guitar player. He helped me better understand music theory and improved my overall skill i would definitely recommend him to anyone needing lessons
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    May 16, 2024
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    Frequently asked questions

    Finding out what they know already, if anything, and what their goals are and then tailoring a focused lesson plan accordingly.

    Not every new guitar student will want to read music or play with a pick or study any new technique even. Some may simply want to learn to play a few of their favorite songs. I aspire to be attentive to those goals and know when to perhaps push and motivate them further if necessary, and inversely, when to pull back. 

    While I did study music in college, I've been a working musician for the better part of 20 years, primarily as a cruise ship performer so I come fully equipped with interesting stories over 30 countries lol.

    I also have a historied experience teaching intermittently to over 40 students from a variety of ages. 

    $40 for 45 minutes. $50 for an hour. If you are a complete beginner, I will likely be teaching from a lesson book which is an initial cost of about $10. 

    I needed extra income to supplement what I was earning as a performer who had just started playing full time, or trying to at least 😬😬😬

    I suppose in the process, I discovered I was rather natural in the facilitator and encourager role. I have enjoyed  building rapport with students and on multiple occasions have been invited to gatherings and/or social events. 

    Mostly adults but often teenagers as well and occasional school children. 

    I rather enjoyed performing at a golf resort a few months ago in Muskogee Oklahoma. While it was a typical gig, it was also the most comfortable and 'normal feeling' live performance I had experienced in many months(due to the pandemic). 

    Find someone that you will be comfortable messing up in front of(as it will happen often). As exciting as being a beginner is, it can also be frustrating and overwhelming with ample new information and having a mentor capable of breaking it down and simplifying the process is vital. 

    Long term goals vs short term goals. They should have both. 

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