From Iggy Pop and Alice Cooper to Stevie Wonder and Diana Ross, Michigan is home to many influential musicians and singers, and Guitar Center Lessons Lansing is proud to carry on that tradition by providing world-class music curriculums. Not only do we boast the newest and most cutting-edge equipment and facilities, but our team consists of knowledgeable and highly respected musicians from the greater Lansing music community. Conveniently located at 517 Mall Court (just off Saginaw St.), we're very easy to find, so please stop by and say "hi" the next time you're in the area.
Whether you're into blues, rock, country, jazz or metal, you'll find the music program, class or workshop for you at GC Lessons Lansing. From guitar, bass and drums to keyboards, vocals, recording, woodwind and brass, these courses are available in your choice of a private or group setting, and are designed in conjunction with famous music publishing company Hal Leonard. For those who want to play in a band, you'll love our Rock Show program, where you and other musicians at a similar skill level will play together and even produce your own songs. Open jam sessions also take place on the last Friday of every month. Anything else you're curious about? Contact us today! We love to chat about all things music-related, and we'll do everything we can to sign you up to our next available lesson.
Like all Guitar Center Lessons locations, we also host a wide variety of free workshops in our Lansing store. They're the perfect way to broaden your musical horizons, with diverse topics ranging from home recording to basic ukulele and much more. Call 517-333-6627 or come see us in-person to get all the details about our workshop schedule. We're always happy to sign up a newcomer for these fun and informative sessions!
What to Expect
As much as there is to love about GC Lessons Lansing, the best part of all may be that we're located inside a well-stocked Guitar Center store. That makes us a one-stop shop for everything musical, so when you come in for your first lesson you'll be able to pick up your starter instrument right on the spot. Hours run seven days a week, so it's easy to make a plan that works for you no matter how busy your schedule may be.