As we continue our Teacher Spotlight Series, we would like to introduce you to Scott Gorsuch.
As a core part of the team, Scott Gorsuch contributes to the Music Royale community as a teacher, guitar repair luthier, artist, and inventor!
Scott has had hundreds of students since starting teaching in his 20s. He started teaching with Music Royale in 2018. His studio focuses on guitar, vocal, ukulele, and songwriting students. He believes in making every musician a percussionist and getting as much experience as possible. To hear more about his teaching philosophy, watch his interview video.
Scott is involved in a variety of classes at Music Royale. He is the instructor for the Free Ukulele classes, he hosts open mic nights, and runs the sound board for our Rock School live performances throughout the year. You can also catch him teaching the always popular How To Build A Pedal class when available, as well as audio engineering training. Check our Facebook page frequently for updates.
Ask about Scott’s lesson availability.
Guitar Repair Luthier
Not only is Scott deeply involved with his lesson studio at Music Royale, but he is also an expert guitar repair luthier. He takes on anything from string changes and set-ups, to hot-rodding and complete overhauls for anybody who walks in our door. As well the guitar repair requests for all the Music & Arts stores in the Greater Columbus area. Check out this Instagram Reel to see some of his amazing work.
Call the store to get an estimated turn around time for your repair.
Like the majority of our teachers you will read about in our Teacher Spotlight Series, Scott is a gigging musician in the Columbus area and an artist who has released his own original music.
When you visit his website, you will also find that he is even more multi-talented! Scott is also an inventor! Scott created the Magnetic Double Neck Guitar because he wanted to play a song that needed to switch between a 6-stringed guitar and a 12-string guitar very quickly. These guitars are played by famous people all over the country. Watch Aaron Lee Tasjan‘s Rig Rundown.