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By: Linda L.
West Oaks Music Studio
Years ago, when my son’s piano teacher said that there was “nothing more she could do for my son” because of his autism, I did not give up hope. I found the answer to my prayers: West Oaks Music Studio. The kindness and patience they showed my child was immense. So seventeen years later, my son is still a student at the best and ONLY music studio any parent should take his or her child to for lessons. The atmosphere is extremely friendly and the receptionist is always very sweet and helpful. The owner is very conscious of always having the right fit between student and teacher. Her number one concern is the students’ enjoyment and happiness while taking their music lessons. Also, every teacher goes the extra mile to ensure the student is learning and progressing at a good pace. They are very professional and well-trained in their musical skills and there is always an open door to any teacher to discuss the student’s progress. The teachers make it their business to visit with each parent after every lesson in order to discuss the direction the student is heading in with his or her lessons. My son feels it is his home away from home whenever he enters into the studio. My younger son also has taken music lessons in a variety of instruments as well as vocal training which was extremely beneficial to him when he entered college. It taught him how to always put his best foot forward and strive for improvement and how the concern and kindness of an instructor can guide an individual onto the correct path in life. Taking music lessons is the best activity a parent can offer a child since gives a child a love for all kinds of music. West Oaks Music Studio is the only place where one-on-one private music lessons should be experienced.
By: hazard
Simply: Fuller's Guitar is the place to go if you're looking for a guitar.Being a patron of the Guitar Centers of the world, I'm all too familiar with the disconnected "buy something or don't, I don't care" attitude a lot of their sales reps have, so the buying experience at Fuller's is a huge contrast.The folks around the shop are just there to help (as cliche as that sounds) ... They know that you're not going to walk in, pick a guitar off the wall and pay for it before you compare it to other brands/models, and they encourage you to make some noise so you get the full experience. The first time I walked in, I was taken aback by everyone stopping by to ask if I had any questions (thinking it was just a passive-aggressive way of asking me if I was going to buy already), but when I actually started asking questions, it clicked that they just wanted to share what they knew.I'm a fairly regular visitor to the shop now, and when I'm not buying something new (three guitars from them and counting), I'm having them tinker with a guitar I already have. A pick up on my Les Paul was acting up, and they took it to replace a pot only to find that it just needed to be cleaned out ... so they didn't charge me.When you're looking around for your next guitar, I definitely recommend you check out their website or stop by the shop before you pull the trigger.
By: Camille N.
West Oaks Music Studio
I’ve been with West Oaks Music Studio since the 7th grade. I had started first out on violin in the 6th grade, but I was looking for any chance to be able to move up to the higher orchestra in school. A friend of mine had suggested the studio to me. At the time, she was the best violin player in school. It was been a wonderful 4 years at the studio so far. In fact, I love the place so much, I work there now at the front desk. I am now the section leader for my high school’s symphonic orchestra’s viola section thanks to one of the wonderful teachers there for being such an amazing violist AND violinist. Not only that, because of the studio, I have now rekindled an old passion of mine: playing the piano. The studio holds some of the best memories I’ve ever had, from the autumn and spring recitals to just sitting in the lobby listening to students jamming out on their instruments.
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By: davidpetersonharvey
West Oaks Music Studio
With all due respect to the woman who says she had to pay $30 to meet the teacher, that is not correct. $30 was the registration fee. The prospective client wanted more than to meet the teacher. She wanted some of the teacher's teaching time for free. I have been teaching there for over five years. It's a great place for teachers and students. We are more than happy to meet new students before teaching them and the student can buy a trial lesson to see if the teacher is a good fit. The registration fee is currently for your whole household for life. No other studio in the area does that. Come meet us and discover the truth for yourself. You will not be disappointed in us.
By: Bill W.
Jason's School of Music
I have been taking lessons from Jason for years now and I enjoy them. I have always found him professional and patient. And I do not mind waiting a few minutes for my lesson when he gets a bit off schedule. Now my granddaugther wants to be the next TAYLOR SWIFT and she is taking lessons, too. Young or old, Jason connects with the student's desire to learn. He has actually been around a lot longer than the 8 years this page mentions. I have been taking them for longer than that from him. I guess maybe when he changed his school's name it started over again or somthing. But he's been around for decades! I recommend him to all my family and friends.
By: Clenton S.
Texas Music Emporium
I am totally sold on these guys! They treat you like family and are extremely knowleable not only about gear but also the local music scene. They want your business so they do their best to match prices from the mega discount stores on the Web. However, they will not let you leave without your gear set up exactly how you want it! Sales, service, and even lessons are all top notch. They don't have the inventory of GC or Fullers, but they more than make up for it by the way they treat you and their prices. Great Fender, Marshall, and Martin dealer! Highly recommend!
By: Erich L.
West Oaks Music Studio
West Oaks is the only music instruction place in Houston that I would recommend. They have qualified (Bachelors and some Masters) and very friendly teachers. There are a lot of available instrument/vocal options and you can study any kind of music that you like - classical, pop, jazz, C&W, R&B, etc. My daughter has only been taking for 5 months and she is already sight reading both treble and bass clef on the piano! I highly recommend this studio to everyone!
By: kirby1021
West Oaks Music Studio
Great atmosphere! Been here for years and everyone is so helpful. Not only have I learned so much about music, but I've learned so much about life and myself as well. I've grown up here and everyone has always been so kind and helped me along the way. The teachers are all very knowledgeable, with degrees in their respected fields. They make learning fun! Definitely recommend anyone who wants to learn music to come here! =]
By: Marla D.
Jason's School of Music
I was not sure if I would stick with lessons long enough to learn the guitar but Jason is a smart teacher! He figured out that if I get to learn songs I love...I will practice. And I DO! I love learning all the instructional part of my lessons but I love it when I get to play the songs I picked out to learn. I love being able to pick up my guitar at parties and show them what I know how to play already!
By: Ryan L.
Quantum Bass Center
Huge stock of basses, plus violins and electric basses. The lowest prices while at the same time the best instruments I have seen anywhere. Very helpful staff, excellent repair work. They really understand the right way to set up stringed instruments to play their best. The only music store in Houston that stocks sheet music for bass.

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