Since 2012, music lovers of Brazos Valley have counted on Guitar Center Lessons College Station to provide them with a wide range of music tutorials. In partnership with Hal Leonard (the world's largest music print publisher), we've built an impressive roster of courses, each of which are put on by a talented and friendly group of instructors. In fact, everyone in our staff is (or has been) a gigging musician and each member boasts an extensive musical education. Whether you're an aspiring metal shredder or a future world-class pianist, GC Lessons College Station has a music program with your name on it. Please stop by for a meet and greet soon! Conveniently located at 1003 Harvey Road, we're very easy to find and well worth the trip.
So what kind of lessons do we offer at GC Lessons College Station? What don't we offer is a better question. From guitar, bass, mandolin and drums to keyboards, vocals, sax, clarinet, home recording and more, each of our curriculums are highly enjoyable. Group and private courses are optional, and you'll even get to use an impressive variety of pro equipment to have you on your way to becoming a pro yourself. To learn more about any up and coming programs, as well as our Open Office Hours policy for one-on-one lessons, drop in and pay us a visit! We'll gladly answer any questions you may have.
Like all Guitar Center Lessons locations, we also host a wide variety of free workshops in our College Station 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 979-694-6982 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 College Station, 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.