/learning-center/canoga-park/ Canoga Park | Sam Ash Learning Centers

 

Sam Ash Canoga Park
20934 Roscoe Boulevard
Canoga Park, CA 91304-4308
818-709-5650


It’s never too late (or too early) to learn how to play a musical instrument. And if you already play, a skilled instructor can help you improve your skills and take you to that next level of performance, and satisfaction.

We offer private and group lessons suited to all levels of students and players; you can even join a band or ensemble! Our students benefit with the Sam Ash Music advantage: World class musical instruction PLUS special student discounts on gear from the biggest and broadest on-hand inventory in music retail.

  • Guitar Lessons
  • Bass Lessons
  • Drum Lessons
  • Vocal Lessons
  • DJ Lessons
  • Pro Audio Lessons
  • Piano Lessons
  • String Lessons
  • Brass Lessons
  • Woodwinds Lessons

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Lesson Coordinator: Josh Weekley
Image Coming Soon!Josh has been playing guitar since 1992, and teaching since 1997. During that time, he earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Music Education from the University of Alabama, Birmingham, with classical guitar as his principal instrument, and is certified to teach K-12 music. In his playing career, he’s been the “swiss army knife” of musicians, playing in gospel, country, blues, rock, funk, metal, and progressive bands. He was also the principal guitar player for the UAB Jazz Ensemble.

In 2013, Josh took over the Sam Ash Lesson Department at the Canoga Park location, and put together the best team of teachers in the valley. Together, they organize recitals 4 times a year, which give students experience playing songs they love in a real band setting.

Josh’s teaching style uses the music each student is excited about to teach them everything from the most basic fundamentals, to the most advanced musical concepts. He teaches songwriting and theory to all players, but also teaches guitar, bass, ukelele, and piano.

“My goal is to get a student playing something they enjoy as quickly as possible, but then explain what they are doing and why it works.”
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