Guitar Lessons

Guitar lessons at our music studio are offered on these types of guitar: classical, acoustic and electric. We focus on proper technical aspects of guitar playing, posture and knowledge of notes. 

What’s thrilling about today’s demand for guitar lessons, is the fact that teacher can make it so much fun! Younger students learn on easy to play guitar with nylon strings, later switch to any type they prefer. We will lead you through the process. 

Follow teacher’s lead or inspire us, and bring in your favorite piece, accompany yourself when singing and compose your own song… the posibilities are here. Under the right guidance of our teacher, you will be able to play in a short time, things that you like, classical pieces or rock songs.

While you are still thinking about guitar lessons, let us explain how we can make your journey productive and motivate you to begin.

Learning by yourself is great and can bring you to a certain point when you run out of ideas and your initial inspiration is diminishing. This is the time when regular lessons take over. We will provide you with the theory behind the accords, help you develop your skills and eventually show results. Come and learn from the best, we are here to show you the way…

Meet our Students

Our Guitar Teacher

Oakville guitar teacher headshot

Warren Nicholson

Guitar Teacher

Guitar teacher of excellence, joined our studio in 2021. He brings his vast knowledge of teaching to all students. Mr. Warren teaches all types of guitar: classical, acoustic, electric. His teaching approach is based on proper technique, reading notes and knowing what you are playing. Whatever age you are, you will enjoy lessons with him.

Warren Nicholson won the 1997”Artists International Auditions” in NYC, leading to his Carnegie Recital Hall debut in 1998.As an active soloist and chamber musician, he has been invited to play for: The Riverside Church Sunday Chapel Series (NYC),Composer’s Concordance( NYC),Mac Master University’s Visiting Artist Series, “Music Mondays” (Toronto),The Great Lakes Guitar Society, “Guelph Connections Concerts,” St Luke’s Recital Series (Ottawa), “Guitar Movement”, (S.P. Brazil), among others. He has collaborated with: Etobicoke Philharmonic, Oakville Symphony, Mississauga Children’s Choir, The Oakville Chorale Society and Toronto Children’s Chorus, He has premiered works by: Gene Pritsker, John Cuciurean, Jeff Johnson and Arthur Kampela. Warren Nicholson studied guitar with John Donovan, Lynn Harting -Ware, Peter Mac Allister,(Mc Master University BM91) Norbert Kraft and Mark Delpriora (Manhattan School of Music MM94).

Guitar Lessons

Pricing and Policies

Guitar Lesson Pricing

Initial trial lessons $20/30 min. 

Beginner Level – Level 4

$33 /30 min
$50 /45 min
$66 /1 hour

Level 5 – Level 10 

$40 /30 min
$60 /45 min
$80 /1 hour


$50 /first family member
$25 /each additional family member


$5 /per student per month

Studio Policies


After initial trial lesson you will be given exact time spot. From then on, lessons are scheduled on weekly basis. Lessons are billed and due monthly, on the first day of each month. One-time fees are billed at the time of booking. Registration fee is charged only after the initial trial lesson, once you confirm your interest. There are NO lessons (no charge for lessons) during Statutory Holidays. No make-up lessons policy: If you are unable to attend the scheduled lesson invite a friend or a family member to take a lesson in your place or take online option at the exact time of your lesson. No credits can be issued for any missed lessons. Also, there will be no alternate time allocated, only regular scheduled time.


In the summer months of July and August we have flexibility to accommodate as many or as few lessons as you choose. Lessons are scheduled ahead of time, on specific weeks and days. After detailed consultation with the teacher’s availability you can choose your weeks and length of your lessons. You may consider more frequent or longer lessons on the weeks you can make it, to gain time for missing some weeks you cannot come in. Billing will follow accordingly, based on pre-booked lessons. Lessons are paid for in advance. During summer months we ask for minimum 2-weeks cancellation notice, or the lesson is considered missed and paid for. No make up lesson will be allowed for the missed lesson without 2-week notice. We limit the make up lessons to 2 in the summer.


Labour Day: Sunday & Monday closed

Thanksgiving: Sunday & Monday closed

Winter Break: Two full weeks closed

Family Day: Sunday & Monday closed

March Break: Lessons on the 1st weekend then closed Monday to Sunday

Easter: Friday to Monday closed

Victoria Day: Sunday & Monday closed


Guitar Rentals

Pricing and Rent to Own Information

Guitar Rental Program


$20 /month for guitar


Half (1/2) of the amount spent on renting the instrument goes towards later purchase (only for some instruments, exceptions apply). Payment plan for buy out is also available.
Withdrawal from lessons 2 weeks notice.

FAQ's +
Home Practice Tips


How do I begin? 

Fill our registration form online, so we have all your contact information. In there, write us a note describing what you are looking for. Pick an instrument based on your personal preference and we will match you with the teacher on a certain day and time of the week. Then we set up an initial lesson time for you. After you pay for the lesson, all is set. Registration fee is only charged after the initial lesson and when you decide to sign up for weekly lessons.

What if I don’t have the instrument and need to rent one?

We have selected instruments for rent, starting at $20/month.

What if I have a child who is not decided?

If you have a small child who is undecided, attend a Junior Class for very young children. Children 6 and up can also observe the Junior Class, or observe some other instrumental class by appointment.

How can I help my child to decide which instrument to pick?

Bring your child to a live music concert. We recommend classical music concert, or some of our internal music recitals we put on every December and June. Show your child variety of musical performances and styles. What resonates with them is the right choice. For us at Klaudia’s Music Studio is important to know what style you like. Classical music, light classics, popular contemporary music, heavy metal music, movie music, or anything else.

Do you only teach classical music?

We based our violin, piano, guitar, cello and double bass teaching on classical music, but not exclusively. For example, student can play a new music piece once the technique allows it. And we also have rock guitar and drums lessons that are not based on classical music at all. It all depends on instrument, teacher and student which way you want to lean towards.

How do I make sure the interest lasts?

Sign up for a trial 10-week period. After this time you will have a better understanding of what is involved.

Do all students have to take the Royal Conservatory Exam?

No. Teacher determined the readiness and it is only recommended for students who take music lessons and music education very seriously. Preparations are extensive and involve much more than just playing a musical instrument.

Do you offer a trial lesson and do I need to have an instrument?

Yes, for 1/2 price of the regular lesson. One-time initial trial class. You may take another trial lesson on different instrument. We provide instrument for trial class for free.

Do you rent instruments?

Yes. Violin, viola, cello, double bass, guitar, keyboard, electric piano.

Do you come to students home to teach? 

No, we only offer lessons at one of the Studio locations.

How young can children begin playing an instrument?

General music introduction starts at the age 3.5 in our Junior Music Class. Summer Camp is for children 5.5 years and up. Instrumental playing is recommended by Klaudia’s Music Studio at the age 5 or up, with exception of guitar where we recommend starting at minimum 8 years old.

Can I start learning instrument at any age?

Yes, absolutely.

How do I enroll?

Click the Register link at the top of the website, call us or send us an email.

Home Practice Tips

Our approach is to integrate all aspects of music into one beautiful, ear pleasing experience. Importance of home practicing is the key. The studio encourages daily home practicing from its students.

A word for parents of children: we encourage you to set and devote a prime part of their day to practice a musical instrument. First thing in the morning, if they are early birds; or 1-2 hours after they come home from school if that’s their prime attention time; or 1-2 hours after dinner if they stay up late. Feed your child nutritious food 1-2 hours prior to practicing and try not to offer sweets of any kind. This spike in sugar levels will make them tired for practicing. Keep giving them healthy snacks only and water to drink. Once it is time to practice turn off all electronic devices in the house. And we mean it. Even your buzzing phone on silent mode is a huge distraction to their sensitive and all aware senses. Give your child undivided attention for the time of practicing, especially at the beginnings when the instrument feels new. Help them to your best knowledge. A receptive audience is often all that is required to encourage a child to practice. Sit and listen, try not to interfere too much with teacher’s instructions. Reward them with a hug, sticker, small toy, but avoid sugar treats. Then eventually the child will want to practice alone, in private. This is a great step toward independence. Let it happen, but don’t forget to keep setting time for home practicing, set reminders and continue the rewards so they feel appreciated. Each child needs to hold accountable for his or her homework. Both teachers and parents as role models have an important part in a child’s advancement and only when sufficient effort is put in, will we see great results. If there is too much resistance from child it is time to talk and reconsider a different instrument, or a completely different path. On the contrary, if there is a great enthusiasm and practice reminders are not needed it is time to discuss the future exams with the teacher and get properly informed. Besides of instrument, theory lessons will be needed to develop all skills necessary to succeed in music. It is an investment into one’s future. 

Adult students should also devote time to home practicing to progress in their musical development. Home practice gives teachers important weekly feedback and guides both student and teacher to produce a more customized learning routine.

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