How much should I pay for guitar lessons?

Can I get free lessons?

The truth is I won’t tell anyone you can afford nothing. I won’t even tell you how much you’d pay. Why? It’s just not worth it.

Sure, there are companies that send you free guitar lessons on a monthly or quarterly basis but don’t tell you why.

I don’t care who you’re. I’ll just tell you what I think it costs. And then I’ll tell you if you’d qualify for the free lessons. I’m not going to say which one I recommend but I’ll go out on a limb and guess.

How long do I have to pay to sign up for these free guitar lessons?

That depends on how much you can afford and if you know what you’re doing. You need to go through the Free Guitar Courses to know whether you qualify for this service but once you get the instruction, you’re free to use it whenever and however you like.

How much does it cost to start out? What is my commitment?

Well, here’s the thing…it’s not that easy.

You don’t want to lose sight of why you’d want to learn this sort of thing at all.

That would be foolish.

It is not for everyone. And it certainly isn’t for most of my readers.

What it is, is that you’ve bought yourself an instrument that means life to you. You’d love to play it.

But you’re not quite there yet.

You’re not quite ready to learn it.

Then you’re going to get help.

No matter how much money you’ve saved up, you’re not going to be able to build it any size you want!

So, you’re going to spend some time learning what you can afford.

Once you’ve learned a little, and you feel like you’ve got it figured out, you’re going to be looking to improve upon it. For sure.

What is my commitment?

I don’t give a f**k about how much you could afford.

Just pay whatever price or as much as you please.

What I’ll tell you is, I’m going to give you two things: a time frame and an amount.

The time frame is a three month window. When I say I’ll help, I mean I’m going to teach and I’ll help you improve upon yourself.