Monday - Thursday 12 noon - 8pm
Saturday 11am - 3pm

Our Location:

329 Cinnaminson Ave.
Palmyra, NJ 08065
(856) 786-1234

The Guitar Guild is currently accepting registrations for fall students in guitar, piano, drums, voice, violin, viola, cello, banjo and very limited places for ukulele. To email us *click here*. Or call 856 786 1234.

Don't wait until school starts to reserve our popular after-school lesson times. If you are planning to start your child in music lessons this fall, you can book your time now, and reserve that time with a deposit of just $20. This will hold your spot until you are ready to begin guitar, piano, violin, voice, drums and percussion, ukulele, banjo, cello or viola. Existing students get first choice, limited places available, your first lesson must be taken within 7 days after Labour Day or you forfeit your time slot, deposit will be credited towards first month of lessons, deposit is non refundable. For more information, email us here or call 856 786 1234.

(...not just guitar!)

(acoustic, classical, electric, bass)







Theory and Harmony

We teach all styles and all ages, including adult beginners. We can advise on instrument selection, and also which instrument might best suit you or your child.

We are also committed to providing a range of performance opportunities for both solo and ensemble players through regular in-house concerts, and through the community.

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Established in 1977, the Guitar Guild is a family owned and operated music school teaching all instruments. Set in an acre of manicured gardens, the Guitar Guild has become a landmark in the charming town of Palmyra, NJ.

The historic home, built by the first mayor of Palmyra, is nearly 120 years old. Lovingly restored, it is a tranquil haven where students learn at their own pace.

In addition to well appointed studios on four floors, the lobby is a welcoming and restful place where parents, partners and visitors can enjoy our free wifi, a good book or just relax. Cool and air conditioned in summer, and in winter a crackling fire adds to the cozy atmosphere.

The Guitar Guild will celebrate it’s 40th anniversary in 2017.