702 Small Business Awards

Learn to play guitar in the comfort of your own home

Click here to reward a small business that provides great service with a nomination for 2016's Small Business Awards with 702 and Sage One.

From as little as R200 per month, Guitar Excellence provide guitar lessons in the comfort of your home, work or via Skype.

Owner of Guitar Excellence Tyrone Mayer who has been at this since varsity combines his music education and talent to teach others.

Within one year I was fully booked. And I decided to give the opportunity to other musicians and started working on other areas.

Tyrone Mayer, owner of Guitar Excellence

We charge a subscription or a membership service, so we don't charge per lesson. The reason is we travel to you.

Tyrone Mayer, owner of Guitar Excellence

One impressed customer has nominated the business for 2016 702 Small Business Awards with Sage One.

Listen to the interview below for more information on the business...

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