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Rob does a great job making my bass lessons fun and engaging, and is great at matching the material to the individual student. I really like that he writes things down for you to reference later and answers questions well. He's definitely taken the intimidation out of learning an instrument. Overall, he's very professional and is a teacher I'd recommend to anyone.
My son is 12 years old and he is taking saxophone lessons with John Tracy. He is thriving and is already better than anyone else in his band class. My son enjoys working with John. I personally have played clarinet for over 30 years and can clearly tell that John really knows what he is doing.
I bought lessons from Dr. White for my husband as a gift and he really enjoys learning with her. A newby to guitar he is impressed with his progress after just a few lessons.
David is a great guitarist, knows his music theory and a variety of genre. He is willing to customize the lessons to your liking and skill level. Very professional.
Aaron was great to work with and my kids loved him. I have two kids that trained under him (boy and girl) early teenagers and did well under him. My daughter is tough to keep focused, but Aaron was great with her keeping her on track. My son has really taken off playing with Aaron and still does today on his own. Unfortunately Aaron had moved from our area out of state, but the kids still use what he’s taught them to improve their skills. If you’re looking for guitar lessons for yourself or your children, Aaron is your guy. Good value, great with kids and worked around our schedule if we needed to. A+ Matthew M.
When seeking a qualified guitar/bass teacher one needs to look no further than Cameron. I have taken lessons with Cameron for the past 4 years and see improvements in my playing everyday. Cameron takes his time with every student he meets and helps them focus on becoming diverse in many styles. I have recommended Cameron to friends (now fulfilled students) and wouldn't hesitate to do it again. Whether youve just started or have been playing for years, Cameron is just the guy to take you to the next level.
Ms Christina works very well with my 4 years old daughter. She is very patient and very detailed. My little girl started to have interest playing piano now. I highly recommend her as a piano teacher.
Austin is very proficient on the instruments and very patent in teaching what is needed for my personal development.
I've been working with Dennis as a fellow musician all my life. He has a very admirable skill that shows as he performs. He manages to come up with the melodies of a tune and prefers not to hide them with overwhelming amounts of effects, other than a bit of delay in reverb. The melody is his forte; he refuses to lose it because, as he believes, it is the tune. Plus, his transitional chord phrasing, especially in the playing of traditional jazz, causes his work to shine on stage. I've seen as many as a dozen eyes staring at his fingers wondering how he is able to do what he does best, while we are performing at places that include: restaurants and sipping socials from the Don CeSar and other successful businesses. I recommend him highly as a teacher. He truly is one of the best in performance in character. BTW, during his college days he worked in a Jacksonville Beach music shop, where in a matter of a few months he gathered 55 students. Those were the days! Let him teach you, you won't be sorry.
Jim is awesome! I've been taking lessons for a little over 4 years, I started knowing nothing and now I can read music and play for my friends and family. He is very patient and knowledgeable. The real deal! Jim recently moved across the state, but we continue our lessons on Skype. I can't imagine having any other teacher. Rhonda
I'm a self-taught guitar player. I do local performances around the university area. My main focus is to express the fun of playing music with others and to allow my students to become involved in the music-making process as early as possible. Knowledge of music theory is not necessary as I will teach you the ideas behind chords, melody, harmony, and rhythm. The purpose of these lessons is so that the student may feel at ease learning songs as well as jamming out with their friends and other musicians. Genres of interest include (but are not limited to) pop, folk, reggae, country, and jazz.
I teach guitar to beginner and intermediate students. I focus on technique and the physical requirements of playing the instrument while keeping the music theory side simple and easy.
I am a local music instructor in Wesley Chapel. I teach beginner, intermediate and advanced guitar and music theory education.
If you are a beginner wanting to learn how to play guitar, you've come to the right place. I can teach you simple chords, chord variations and some simple scales. If you want to learn how to play a specific song, I can help you learn it as well. I'm in the Valrico area.
Guitar lessons include jazz, hip-hop, rock 'n' roll, chord structure and lead guitar training. Piano lessons include chord structure, scales, rock 'n' roll, gospel, '20s songs to present of pop, hip-hop, and classical from beginner to advanced. We are flexible teachers making lessons fun learning to play. We have professional backgrounds. Wayne now plays with the big band, weddings, dances and church. Ruthie plays for weddings, funerals, church, gospel band and nursing homes.
I have a very strong background in music theory, and I play professionally for 2 bands as well as solo with a loop pedal. I can teach you whatever you would like to learn, and I have a very patient and descriptive teaching style.
I am teaching guitar and bass guitar by ear. I have been playing for over 40 years. I have been playing professionally since I was 11 year old.
I offer guitar and bass lessons. If you are serious about learning guitar or bass and are willing to put forth hours of dedicated practice, then, I am your guy. I have taught several students, and seeing their progress is very rewarding. I charge twenty dollars for a half hour. A half hour is about all a new player can handle until they start progressing.
I'm young so I know how to appeal guitar to younger people and I love to teach kids because they're a more smart than people give them credit for.
I share my experience in learning to entertain using the guitar to entertain, calm or feel better about yourself or others.
I allow the student to learn what they want to. Often times students are given assignments that can be tedious and exhausting (although important), and lose their drive to keep playing. The way I provide lessons offers what each individual wants to learn while simultaneously developing the technical skills to do more than what they are aiming for. This creates a relaxed, tension-less environment and mood to keep that drive in motion.