The MusicNasium

The MusicNasium

4.9 (8)
Best of 2022
1 hire on
4 employees
4 years in business

About this pro

NEW STOREFRONT NOW OPEN!!! Located off of Wade Hampton on John St. THE 1st LESSON IS FREE!

"A common hurdle for music students is understanding what to learn, and when to learn in. There’s so much information out there from numerous sources that it’s almost impossible to know where to start. Even if you’re able to learn the basics, maybe from YouTube or from an instruction book, eventually you’ll get to a point where you’ll need help to further develop. Unfortunately, by the time you enlist guidance, you’ve already developed bad habits. It takes twice as long to break a bad technical habit than it does to learn the proper technique from the start. Not only that, but if you don’t know what order to learn different music concept, you may jump to a subject that leaves you frustrated and confused, because there’s missing information to connect the dots. At The Musicnasium we get rid of the guesswork by instilling a strong, multifaceted foundation in all of our students. Then we build onto that foundation with precise lesson plans that make learning music fun, fast, and easy! Our teaching approach explains music from multiple angles like, how to play, perform, and think about music. And also how to create, protect, and promote your own music! We accomplish this by offering group, private, and ensemble lesson packages that cover technique and theory, and builds your repertoire! Unlike instructors who use a cookbook approach where they follow a recipe for every student, we curate a personalized curriculum based on each student’s short-term goals and long-term musical aspirations. Be sure to visit our website and social media platforms for more info!"

-Devin Campbell 

Founding Owner of The MusicNasium


Sharing our passion with others, and showing them how to realize and nurture their own passions! Seeing our students accomplish things that were beyond their expectation, and seeing the joy music brings them! Also, the confidence seen in our students on a regular basis, because they've achieved a creative, challenging skill through time and effort!

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Greer, SC 29651
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8 Reviews


  • John Trusty

    Devin seems very knowledgable in teaching beginners

  • Dean D.

    Devin is a fantastic guitar instructor. He is very patient and understanding. Devin's passion for playing and teaching the guitar radiates from him. It will have you excited to learn and keep going. I highly recommend Devin as a guitar instructor!

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

First we have a free introductory where you'll meet our Music Director and your personal instructor, discuss personal goals, and define our lesson material to accomadate those goals.  As we become comfortable with the instrument of choice we begin to diversify our lessons to help develop well rounded musicians, not just instrumentalists!

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What types of students have you worked with?

children and adults ranging from 5-65, people with special needs or attention disorders. People who aspire to be performers, writers, publishers, and even teachers themselves. Folks who want to further their passion for music at the collegiate level, and those who just want to jam with their friends! 

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

Make sure you're learning something every lesson. Make sure they hold you accountable. I understand there are many great musicians from which you have the option of choosing. In order to be a successful teacher it takes patience, a complete understanding of the subject matter, and the ability to explain the learning material in a variety of ways. Not everyone learns the same way, so it is imperative to decipher the most effective way of teaching. It's crucial to teach by example AND through experience. It takes hard work to accomplish anything worthwhile, and if your instructor isn't pushing you to be your best, or if you're leaving your lessons dissatisfied or confused, then I would urge you to put your trust in The MusicNasiuM. Our teachers don't devote their time for a paycheck, they do so in hopes that their students will embark on a lifelong journey of musical passion!

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

1. What made you decide to play the instrument of interest?

2. Who is your favorite musician that plays your instrument of interest? 

3. How much time will you be able to allot to practice outside of class/lessons?

4. What are your short term goals (3-6mo) and your long term goals (6mo-1yr)?

5. Do you have a desire to learn Music Theory.

6. Do you have a desire to perform?