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Our son has been going to Gaving and Grayson at UpRock for over a year now and loves it plus is making great progress. This is all due to the great instruction and how the staff relate to younger students and they make it both fun and interesting personalizing the songs to the kids tastes and generally demonstrating a passion for their role as instructors. I am very impressed and would have no hesitation in recommending UpRock for your guitar lessons.
Rick is a great guitar teacher at any level. He can teach everything from theory to practical playing and make it fun. I highly recommend him if you want to learn the correct way of playing.
My son has been learning the guitar for about 5 months now. Thru the help of Kevin, he is actually enjoying it. He is actually learning guitar chords and is amazed by the fact that he could actually play an entire song. I would highly recommend Kevin!
I highly recommend Bob as a music teacher for beginners, folks who play for enjoyment and professional musicians. He enhances the student's experience by focusing on the music student wants to learn. At the same time he intertwines ear-training and music theory with technique. Bob is a great guitar and music teacher. He was my first guitar teacher. In later years mentored me on how to teach music.
Richard did an excellent job. My oldest son quickly developed a love of the guitar, and my youngest is now interested as well. I "borrowed" one of my son's lessons and learned a great deal from Richard. Full marks!
Jerry Pajel (Mr. J) is a passionate violin teacher. I have been taking violin lessons for one year now, and I must say that I learned so much in my first month of lessons. While teaching, he communicates effectively and makes learning the violin easy!
Rich Ayala has been the best guitar teacher my son has ever had. Rich has taught him more in two years than he learned in three years with other instructors. Rich has a way of letting the student learn the rudiments of the guitar while teaching music the student wants to play. We also like him on a personal basis.
JJ is a very accomplished guitar player and a very good instructor. Not only can he play guitar, but he's also great at mandolin, banjo and the pedal steel guitar. I would gladly recommend him to any friends or family wanting to learn how to play any of these instruments.
I've played blues guitar for 12 years and taught for three. I'm an intuitive teacher and I am good with kids. I normally teach beginning adults however.
My name is Michael Deneau, and I teach guitar. Since the age of five, I have been playing guitar. My professional credits has included writing, composing and recording music over the past 25 years. I have written adaptations of Willie Nelson as well as many other group projects. I specialize in teaching rock music, which also includes some history as a point of reference for my students. I am available for evening lessons. I live in East Sacramento. Students are either welcome to my location or I am willing to teach at your home if desired. Please call for an appointment scheduling.
We offer private instruction on guitar, piano, bass, clarinet, sax and drums. Students will learn to read music, understand scales and chords, read charts, and write music. Repertoire is varied based on the student's needs and desire.
This is cheap guitar lessons for young kids or adults who are looking to get into guitar. I teach note reading, tabs, and other things that are more about the actual instrument, such as the wood, what woods are better, and how to fix your guitar, and change strings. I teach good beginner knowledge.
I've been playing for about 30 years, been in several bands, and led worship in a church for 4 years and just play for the love of it!
I love teaching from beginning up to advanced acting principles, voice, speech, movement, improv, and various other fun elements of the dramatic arts. Also, if you're looking for beginning or intermediate guitar, bass or drums, I'm your guy! Are you looking for a band? I've got one! I also have child care experience and can host intermittent afternoons and keep your youngins learning and having a blast!
Hello! My name is Jesse Szabo, and I've been playing guitar for almost 10 years and professionally for 3 years. I use an extremely personalized approach to teaching that utilizes my students' strengths and weaknesses to round them out as a player. Whether it's theory, note reading, soloing, or just want to have fun learning your favorite song, we can do that. I'm excited to meet you and start learning! If you are learning on an electric guitar, all I ask is that you have some kind of amplifier at your residence because I cannot bring an extra. Other than that, I will determine what materials we need.
Well, I teach guitar. I can teach the basics -- chords, notes, scales, structure, and timing. I can also teach any style for those who want to know more.
I've always felt that most guitar teachers are somewhat one sided. My curriculum consists of both tablature reading and musical notation. Being very strict on not only what is played but the quality it is being played at. I strive for cleanliness in my own practicing and performing and expect nothing less from my students.
I am an extremely patient teacher,which I feel is a vital attribute in this profession. I also have experience in several genres of music,including classical,jazz,blues,and pop styles.And,I teach both standard notation and tablature.
I teach in a way that compliments a students strong points yet improves weaknesses. I never teach a 1 way fits all lesson plan.
Learn music reading, music theory, and bass guitar lessons by an experienced bass player. I have been a musician since 1965.
I teach guitar and theory. I am self taught, and then schooled, so my approach fits a lot of aspiring guitarists who have struggled to learn the secrets. I play live quite often. I don't believe in "those who can't do, teach". If somebody can't do it, you don't want to learn from them. You only want to learn from competent players in the industry. Music and teaching are both forms of communication. A good teacher has to master both. I have authored five instructional books, which you can see at my website. And I have three CDs out which are all in the jazz-rock fusion vein. I'm currently working on two new books and a new CD. I was once a co-owner of a guitar school in Sacramento called "The Guitar Activity Center", where I learned most of my group teaching skills. Aside from my private instruction, I do a lot of clinics, workshops and teaching events. I currently do all my private teaching at Northridge Music, on Greenback near Sunrise.