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If you are interested in learning how to play an acoustic guitar, it is important to learn the basics from the get go. You will want to follow some basic instructions that will help you to be a better player. It will also save you a lot of time and frustration in the future as you become a better player. You will first start by learning how to play a few chords, and then you will be able to... Continue Reading

Clayton School of Music

403 E Crosstimbers Street
Houston, TX
77022
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(713) 694-1747
 
Our specialties include discounts for churches & schools , repair and tuning.

 

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