Guitar lessons Montreal – In Studio, At-Home or Online

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Looking to start guitar lessons in Montreal? Whether you are you looking to learn classical, jazz or blues, flamenco, folk, rock, or simply the chord progression to your favourite song, our guitar teachers can help you achieve your musical goals.  Are you looking to find a guitar lessons for kids? See our list of teachers that offer guitar lessons for kids. You have the freedom to take your classes at home, at your teacher’s studio or online. Musiprof teachers are selected according to these hiring criteria.

Guitar Lessons in Montreal Near You​​ – Qualified Teachers Available

Browse our many qualified instructors and signup for private guitar lessons in your Montreal neighbourhood.

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How it Works

Step 1

Search for a teacher:

Compare different teachers based on criteria that matter to you, including location, age, experience, and teaching style.

Step 2

Contact your teacher:

Contact the teacher of your choice to schedule a first lesson. Once the lesson is scheduled, a payment request will be sent by email.

Step 3

Take a Lesson Package:

If you feel it’s a good fit with your teacher, lessons are sold in packages of 5, 10 or 15 lessons. Pay for the lessons using your credit card.

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What is the price of guitar lessons in Montreal?

30 minutes: $ 25.61
45 minutes: $ 32.30
60 minutes: $ 39.00
This is an average of the prices of guitar lessons in Montreal.
The price of a guitar lesson varies based on the length of the lessons and the experience of the teacher.

What type of guitar is the easiest to learn?

As a beginner, the classical guitar is easier to play because of its nylon strings. Nylon strings are softer on the fingers than metal strings.
The electric guitar is also quite easy on the fingers as the action (the distance between the strings and the neck) is closer (therefore easier) than an acoustic guitar.

What is the most difficult guitar to play?

The acoustic guitar is the most difficult to play because of its far action and metal strings. It takes time to build up the necessary strength and calluses on your fingers before you feel comfortable playing an acoustic guitar.

Where can I buy a guitar in Montreal?

Steve’s or Archambault is a great place to buy your first guitar. They have a great selection of guitars ranging from $ 150 to $ 1000. You can also search Facebook Market Place or Kijiji and find a used guitar that is still in excellent condition.
Be sure to ask around or search the internet to make sure you’ve found a quality instrument before you buy.

How much does a beginner guitar cost?

A new beginner guitar costs between $ 100 and $ 200. Steve’s Music Store has a great selection of guitars in this price range.
It is recommended to start with a classical guitar because they have nylon strings which are much easier on the fingers.
This will allow you to learn faster, which greatly helps beginners navigate the often frustrating early stages of learning the instrument.

Which classical guitar should I buy for my child?

3-7 years: $ 159.99 Yamaha – CGS102A Guitar 1/2 (classic half size)
8-11 years old: $ 169.99 Yamaha – CS40 (classic 7/8 size)
12 and up: $ 189.99 Yamaha – C-40 (Classic full size)

What are the advantages and disadvantages of taking lessons with different types of guitars?

Students often wonder what type of guitar they should buy when they are first starting out. The 3 main options are classical, steel-string acoustic or electric.  All 3 types of guitar are suitable for beginners, however, there are advantages to each of them. See this image for more details.Comparing Acoustic, classical and electric guitars

About Musiprof

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Musiprof is a music school in Montreal that will connect you to the ideal guitar teacher to meet your unique needs. Musiprof offers blues guitar lessons Montreal and classical guitar lessons Montreal, as well well many other styles.

Depending on the teacher, guitar lessons in Montreal are available at your home, online, or at one of our accredited studios.

Music lessons take place in various locations across the city, either at the teacher’s studio, your home or online. The address listed here is the Musiprof head office.

1236 R. Atateken, Montreal, Quebec, H2L 3K8, Canada

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