Growing up, children go through many different musical phases in their lives. Whether it be listening to pop songs or to their parent’s favorite classic rock musicians, children find expression of themselves through the music they enjoy. This pastime can be channeled in a way that allows children who pick up a guitar and take guitar lessons to grow into adolescence with an artistic form of expression, meanwhile learning valuable lessons as they grow older. Being a youngster, children tend to learn differently from adults. At Fox Music, we have a highly diverse set of instructors who can fine-tune to each individual child’s needs, speeds, and styles as they grow into an accomplished musician and allow them to learn to express themselves through guitar lessons. Working with younger musicians, the instructors at Fox Music tailor the guitar lessons and musical training to each child’s taste, so that they may get the most enjoyment out of their instrument. This allows the guitar lessons to not be tedious or be taxing to them like another mundane chore, but instead creating a fun, learning environment that holds their attention as they continue to focus on mastering their instrument. One of the most fundamental aspects of providing a healthy environment for a child is to surround them with positive reinforcement as they grow in skill from guitar lessons and other aspects of adolescence. The instructors at Fox Music offer patience and encouragement as each child grows in their ability to perfect their instrument through guitar lessons. For every time a child does something exceptionally well, it is important to let them know. For each time a child may mess up, one must always encourage them with words on how to improve, meanwhile balancing critique with what the child may be doing right as well. With these positive attitudes and encouragement, not only will a child grow in skill as a musician, but also their confidence will benefit as a result. We look forward to working with children of all ages at Fox Music, and hope to not only witness them grow as skilled musicians through guitar lessons in the studio, but as gleeful youth growing up through life with a steadfast appreciation for their instrument.