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Alfredo is an amazing teacher. When he sees me struggling with a technique he knows exactly what exercises will help me improve. Alfredo is not only a great instructor but he is very personable and easy to talk with. I highly recommend Alfredo.Feb 5, 2016Verified
Alfredo is a true professional. Excellent musician, skilled teacher, great listener, personable. Fun and easy to work with. I'm blessed to have him as my teacher.Aug 13, 2015Verified
I've been taking lessons for the past few weeks and he does not disappoint. You will learn how to read, and play the guitar along with music theory. I am in my mid 30s and never played the guitar before and every time I drive home after a lesson I'm amazed as to how much I learned. As a former educator I can say he is not only a master of his craft but a true educator and one thing is for sure, you will play the guitar and read music before you know it.Aug 4, 2015Verified
Mr. Gomez is a wonderful music teacher. He is patient and explains music in a fun way that is easy for my daughters, 5 and 7, to understand.Jan 11, 2016
Alfredo is a GREAT musician! we've done projects together with great pleasure. he is a wonderful human being and a fantastic teacher, Dan and I highly recommend Alfredo as a teacher you would absolutely enjoy, he knows his music, his tradition and more.....Jun 30, 2015
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- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Always. I exchange music and tips with other professionals. We, guitar players, are very gregarious beings, and we like the share findings, techniques, etc.
- What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?I am a very patient teacher. People come to learn how to play an instrument for different reasons, and I am aware that all of them are valid reasons. I believe music is joy, I consider it my religion, my way to experience something much bigger than ourselves. Learning an instrument is a longlife experience, I am a learner, and hope to be always one. As a teacher I try to be a facilitator, someone who points the way, and opens some doors, occasionally.