#1
I know most of the open chords, but want to find a guitar teacher close to where i live, so i can get better at playing. I started about five years ago but wasn't motivated and didn't learn much. I did Hal Leonards books w/o tabs just the straight notes, and learned how to do that , but pretty much forgot...how can i find a teacher close to me...also, what is a reasonable price to pay for lessons
#2
Uhh no clue... go to music shops near you, or look on the internet, or in the newspaper.
I'm paying $22 per half an hour for drum lessons so maybe around there?
~Carl
#3
Go to notice boards at shops, and ask guitar shops. Also if friends have any guitar teachers that'd be good.


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#4
Right now i'm payin $10 a lesson(half hour) but most of his students pay $12 other places are around $15.
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#5
my mom pays $20 a half an hour for me for guitar its worth it though just go 2 a guitar store and if you dontlike the teacher in a month ask for another 1