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Feagin's Fretboard

Helping our students harness their passion for their instrument,

influencing our culture through their song.

Feagin’s Fretboard is an independently owned and operated music school located in the heart of the Civano neighborhood in Southeast Tucson. Our teachers are dedicated to giving learners of all ages the opportunity to pursue their dreams, develop their talents, and get out and perform.


We provide private lessons on guitar, bass, piano, drums, voice, violin, viola, ukulele, and audio recording. Students can demonstrate their progress in seasonal recitals, or learn to play and perform together during seasonal Rock Camps.


In our Rock Band program, we build kid and adult bands, host weekly practices, book gigs, and organize concerts. A garage band without the garage, our members are free to play, write, and record music of their choosing, alongside an instructor who is prepared to give them as much - or as little - guidance as they’d like.

Since 2017, we’ve been proud to provide a safe, welcoming, nonjudgmental learning community for Tucson's emerging musicians. We are an accredited Empowerment Scholarship Account (ESA) participant, and our teachers are committed to supporting learners who are neurodivergent.


Whether you’re picking up a ukulele at 4 or a classical guitar at 93, looking to build a foundation or polish your technique, our teachers are ready to meet you where you are - and help you get to where you want to be.

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What's your favorite thing about Feagin's Fretboard?

Micah loves the freedom of Rock Band and the relationships he builds - but especially how to perform in public and overcoming obstacles (nerves, bad sound system, just the parents watching, lol). He has grown more confident and loves performing.

 Stacy, Rock Band parent

A black and white photograph showing the sidewalk leading up to a door marked "Main Office."

To play

a wrong note

is insignificant;

to play

without passion

is inexcusable.


Ludwig van Beethoven

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