Guitar Lessons Melbourne

Adult electric guitar lessonsHow do you find us? We are conveniently situated in the Eastern Suburbs of Melbourne in Box Hill. The full address and map are available on our Contact Us page, but a little extra info is handy: we are on the city-bound lane of Whitehorse Road, between the corner with Station Street and the entry into Market Street Mall. Look for a glass door with 934 on it and a small red, guitar-shape sign pointing up, come upstairs and you'll find us at the end of the corridor. Easy peasy!

Parking is available at several locations; curbside on Whitehorse Road, or in the median strip parking opposite the church, (please respect the meter times as parking officers are active!), or try the Centro Shopping Centre carpark.  We can also be reached by train, bus or tram - all stop close to our studio. Facilities for cyclists are limited but we can also be accessed by feet too!

General Information

Modern Guitar Tuition in Box Hill, in the Eastern Suburbs of Melbourne, has been established since 1991. Highly experienced in teaching all levels and styles, from hobby playing to exams, VCE & tertiary preparation, we tutor beginners from 7 years to adult (it's never too late to learn!) and in all the popular guitar genres. Why not get going now!

The studio operates six days a week, Monday - Saturday, with evening lessons available from Monday to Thursday. Weekday lesson times are also available in mid-morning to early afternoon. All lesson times are by appointment only.

Payment for lessons at Modern Guitar Tuition is by block of ten, or by the school term. New students are welcome to pay for their first two lessons on the day and, if they are keen for the arrangement to be ongoing, then a bill for the remainder of the school term or block of ten will be organised for their following lesson.

Getting started

Childrens acoustic guitar lessonsIf you are new to guitar you probably have some questions you'd like to hear a professional response to. Our site has many pages of good information that should answer most of your concerns.

The main problem for many beginners is accquiring a reasonable instrument to start on. Take time to read through our FAQs.

If buying a second-hand instrument make sure you get it checked out by someone with guitar experience - preferably a teacher.  

The next issue is how to go about obtaining lessons. The Modern Guitar Tuition site will give you plenty of detailed information and suggestions on all aspects relating to this, so have a good browse through as a starting point. If you have further questions send us an email, or phone the studio on 9898 9543.

Happy picking!