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#1
Just out of curiosity. Where I live the only place you can go charges $25 for one 30 minute lesson. I need lessons but I am not going to spend a fortune to go there long enough to learn anything.

So anyway what do you pay?
Rhythm Harmony Melody
#2
$25 for one hour.
Gear:

-Guitars-
Esp/LTD JH-200
Ibanez RG2EX2
Yamaha FD01

-Amps-
Marshall MGDFX250 (It was a Gift)
Peavey Vypyr 15 watt

-Effects-
Digitech DF-7
#3
20 a pop.
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#5
When I took lessons, I was lucky enough to live in a small town where i could find a teacher who only charged $12 a half hour.
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#6
i had a teacher that did it for 1 dollar a lesson, but only cuz i had potential :P
#8
I charge 15 for half an hour, but thats to compete with the music stores.
So it goes.
#11
I pay and charge 40/hr.

Beginning students fund my gear
Fender American Standard Telecaster
Martin DC-16RE Premium

Fender Snakeskin Champ 12
#12
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75$ a month.
30 min. lessons once a week.

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#13
I pay $25 for 30mins, weekly.

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Jackson DK2M -- Washburn X50 ProQ -- Epihone Les Paul Standard
Mesa Boogie 3-Channel Dual Rectifier w/ 2 x 12 Mesa Recto Cab & Peavey 5150 4x12 Cab
Dunlop Crybaby Wah
Boss ME-70

#14
Quote by rcw110131
Teach yourself, there's nothing you can't learn online for free.


BS. Theres so many things you can't learn that way. Its just the things you would never think of. If that makes sense.
Rhythm Harmony Melody
#15
Quote by HonorableGoat
I pay $25 for 30mins, weekly.


Like one 30 min. lesson for $25?
Rhythm Harmony Melody
#16
Correct

Mah Gear
Jackson DK2M -- Washburn X50 ProQ -- Epihone Les Paul Standard
Mesa Boogie 3-Channel Dual Rectifier w/ 2 x 12 Mesa Recto Cab & Peavey 5150 4x12 Cab
Dunlop Crybaby Wah
Boss ME-70

#18
Quote by SOCOOLITHURTS
BS. Theres so many things you can't learn that way. Its just the things you would never think of. If that makes sense.


very true, you need an instructor to make sure you're using proper technique. I made the mistake of thinking otherwise and defiantly regret it.

Oh and I pay $25 for half an hour of guitar and half vocals, but I get a good deal. Most places here are 18-25$ for a half hr
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Vox AD100VT-XL
#19
100 dollars for 4 30 minute sessions but the guy is real good and it's a good place to learn and i don't go every month
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#23
$19 per 30 minute lesson, and my teacher is a college music teacher, so I'm probably getting a really good deal there. His knowledge of theory and such seems to be never ending.
#24
I used to believe self taught was the way to go, but honestly having a good instructor goes a long way. I find that I learned more in 2 months of taking lessons then I did in 2 years of internet researching, for the thread starter I pay 15$ for a 30min lesson every week.
#25
wow, I feel like I'm getting ripped off now... I pay $35 for an hour lesson every week.
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#26
$20, $50, or $70 dollars depending on the level of service I request. However, if there are no cops around I usually get out of the car and just shot them to get my money back plus whatever else they made that day.
Guitars:
Schecter C-1+ Black Cherry FMT
2008 American Standard Stratocaster Candy Cola

AMPS:
Fender G-DEC
Fender Dyna-touch III Stage 1000
Vox Valvetronix XL AD30VTXL

Pedals:
DOD Supradistortion FX-55B (w/ Boost)
#27
Quote by SOCOOLITHURTS
BS. Theres so many things you can't learn that way. Its just the things you would never think of. If that makes sense.



You are a complete idiot.

Teaching yourself is actually quite easy, and every type of technique you need is readily available online or even just within the songs you teach yourself.

Why bother learning something youd "never" think of. Odds are...if you wouldnt think of it, you arent into it, and i BEG you to name ONE thing that i wouldnt think of that a teacher would teach me.
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#28
$27.50 per week.........Lucky he's a good teacher!
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-Ibanez SZ120

-Ibanez AW40ECE Acoustic

-RMS 80Watt Amp


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#29
i charge just £5 per half an hour, but i'm teaching 4 kids at the moment and am about to take on another, so it all starts to add up
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#30
£10 for 30mins

thats

$20 for 30mins
'05 Fender Speed Shop So-Cal Stratocaster
'95 Squier Standard Strat

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Washburn X200v Pro

Tanglewood TW145-SC
Yamaha C40

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#32
i get them for free through my school as i'm taking A level music tech

my teacher is wicked, Vic Collins, he's proffesional muscian, qualified teacher and the most open minded muscian i've ever met.

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#33
27$ for Half an Hour, great teacher, professional musician, owns his own studio, has a University degree is Jazz guitar.
Live Rig:
Ibanez Rg 150R w/ Duncan 59s
Marshall JCM2000 TSL60 Head
Mark IV Combo
Marshall 1960a Cab w/ Vintage 30s
Ibanez RG1570 Prestige w/ Duncan 59s
Jackson SLSMG Soloist
Currently in Ontario, Canada.


#34
Quote by rcw110131
Teach yourself, there's nothing you can't learn online for free.

you speak the truth
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#36
I refuse to pay some person to sit in front of me and play guitar and tell me what I should do.

Anyway, I'm self taught and enjoy working on things at my own pace for free.
AMP:
5150 combo
GSP1101 + Tech 21 PE60

GUITARS:
ESP LTD M-255 w/ SD Full Shred
Kramer Vanguard w/ JE-1000 active preamp
Douglas WF-150sn w/ GFS "Hot Lead" set

EFFECTS:
Bos SD-1 (boost)
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#37
$15 per 1 hour lesson once a week.
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Ibanez Gio
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#38
I charge $15-$30 per hour, usually divided over 2 half hour lessons a week.
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#39
I had a relative teach me for free.
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#40
£15 for an hour, (roughly $30 i think)
Gear:

Fender Highway One Strat
Ibanez RG321MH
Cort SFX-1
Peavey Valveking 112
Marshall MG30DFX
Morley Power Wah
Mapex VX 22 (drum kit)
Mahalo flying V ukulele
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