guitar and bass lessons by Owen Richason

Guitar & Bass Lessons

Learning to play an instrument has repeatedly been shown to deliver a number of benefits. For instance, learning to play guitar, bass, or practically any other musical instrument, increases cognitive ability through enhanced neuronal communication between the left and right hemispheres of the brain.

Additionally, learning to play the bass or guitar results in positive effects on learning, memory, fine motor skills, verbal reasoning, and non-verbal reasoning. What’s more, playing an instrument reduces stress, improves patience, cultivates creativity, and even helps improve test scores, as well as work performance!

So, Get Started! Learn Guitar or Bass!

Learn to Play What You Love to Listen To…

Happily play along with your favorite tunes! Whether you dig rock, pop, country, blues, or jazz, or another genre, you’ll learn all the basics. Better still, you’ll be able to play with others and write your own songs. Plus, you’ll be able to cross over to other instruments! Go from acoustic to electric, fretted to fretless, four to five (or six) strings, maybe even to something totally different! You can learn how to play guitar or bass, regardless of your age or musical disposition!

Learning to play bass or guitar doesn’t have to be difficult or a long, lonely, or frustrating journey. The most effective way to learn is by one-on-one, in-person instruction. This offers a number of benefits and opportunities that just don’t exist elsewhere. For instance, following a step-by-step course, proficiency progress tracking, avoiding many common bad habits new students often pick up, course customization, and being able to ask questions!

Don’t wait any longer!

Start your musical journey!