Here at Goodtime Music, we understand the importance of music education. Our lesson program is one way we try to put somethingback into the world of music. We feel that we are keeping something alive that is important to us as well as everyone else in our community. To accomplish this, we have established a lesson program that will allow us to provide a pleasant, organized, and professional learning environment for all students.
Offering the greatest deal in the burbs, our lessons are $25 per half hour.
Goodtime Music provides instrument lessons for Electric or Acoustic Guitar and Bass. Regardless of your skill level, our instructors will provide an individualized lesson plan that will expand your repertoire of songs while building a strong foundation in understanding music.
By popular demand, we now offer one-on-one lessons via Skype. So, no matter where you are in the world, you can still learn a thing or two.
Technology has made it possible to record professional sounding music from the comfort of your living room. The problem is, composing and recording can be confusing. Goodtime Music professional instructors have integrated the process of recording into their lesson plans for a 21st century music education.
Maybe you want to jazz it up with Pierce or rock out with Ron! Whether you’re looking for a general music education or something a bit more specific, the instructors at Goodtime Music are diverse and well rounded, but of course, we all have our specialties.
1PM to 8:30PM
1PM to 6:30PM
Saturday & Sunday
11:00AM to 4:30PM
You’d be hard pressed to find a player that can move his hands faster than Ron G. A progressive player with a touch of blues, Ron is an accomplished player currently loaning his chops to the regional band HiFi Superstar.
- Rock and Metal
- Ear training
Colin is a professional musician, gigging several times a month with his bands Infunktious and Covington Groove. While he’s primarily a jazz cat, he is highly proficient in many styles, like blues, rock, country, and more! He’s also the guy to go to for bass!
- Music theory
- funk, rock, and more