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Hired 4 times
18 years in business
(Pacific Time Zone)
Sun & Mon
12:00 noon to 9:00 p.m.
Tue - Thu
Fri & Sat
12:00 noon to 9:00 p.m.
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Interested musical styles
GG is a wonderful teacher. She is particularly good at gearing the lessons to what I want (or need!) to learn next. She is very supportive and provides constructive input on what I need to know. And she has been great at providing context and theory that have made it interesting. Most important, I have just learned a huge amount and made great progress thanks to her.Jun 11, 2014Verified
Patient, knowledgeable and willing to customize lessons to skills and experience. Highly recommend GG for beginners and experienced students alike!Jan 13, 2014Verified
GG is a great guitar teacher. She helped me start as a complete beginner all the while making it fun in the process. She also has a great reservoir of knowledge of guitar, theory, blues, etc. Highly recommendedOct 5, 2016
GG Amos is the guitar teacher I've been seeking all my life. She brings a lot to the table -- chops and theory, plus a positive attitude, great sense of humor, and the readiness to support you as you follow your musical dream! Oh, and did I mention she's an awesome guitarist? In short, she's tops!Jun 25, 2015
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?I offer a 50% discount on students' first lesson to try me out. When students sign up for weekly lessons, I ask that they pay at the end of the current month for the following month's lessons. (usually 4, or 5 in longer months)
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I'm still honing my skills as a guitarist, by listening to other artists I admire and trying new riffs, or chords that are new to me. I also keep studying music theory, which really is a pretty vast field! I know a lot of theory, which i can pass onto my students, but there's always more to learn.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?I've always loved to learn..still do! I have taught other things throughout my life.. I taught swimming for 6 years while i was in middle and high school. I always liked to show people things in general that I learned. So teaching guitar was a natural progression for me once I'd mastered a lot of the skills and had enough experience in all of the styles that I've played. My late father told me often, "Be a good listener." ..that meant, being patient, which is probably the number one trait a good teacher must have. I think he'd be happy that I listened to him!