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When I came to Dave Lockwood for guitar lessons, I was struggling in kind of a self-taught rut. I could play chords for a lot of songs, but I didn't know the theory or anything you would call "advanced". Dave's methods show you how to understand the fretboard and why certain notes and chords go together. He is really helping me become a complete player. Mostly though, Dave is a very patient teacher. He doesn't mind going over the same material with you until you understand it and he'll take different approaches until you get it. I really appreciate this about his teaching methods.
I have really enjoyed taking lessons at Cordell Music so far. He has a good syllabus and the lessons build on one another in an understandable way.
It was my 9 year old son's first guitar lesson and he responded really well to Paige. He even commented on how "supportive" and "nice" she was. Professional and Punctual. A great find in the neighborhood.
I am retired and have little to no experience playing a musical instrument but have always wanted to play guitar. Eric is very patient and can adapt to anyone's musical level and talent. Blues, Rock, Jazz he cuts a wide path as far as his musical knowledge and is very adept at passing that on to his students. A "Rock" solid instructor!
I've been taking guitar lessons from Jim Coley for a couple of years now. I was self taught on "cowboy chords" and decided in my mid 40's I wanted to learn different styles, be able to read tabs and learn more about the structure of sheet music. Jim's teaching style has made this challenge a fun and enjoyable learning experience. The selection of music and lessons he works with me on has tremendous range and style from Classic Rock, Latin, Funk, Jazz, Blues and more. I would highly recommend some sessions with Jim. It has been and continues to be a great experience.
My daughter really enjoys taking piano lessons with Mateo. She is really interested in learning the piano and I believe most of that has to do with Mateo's encouragement and engagement level during the lessons. Mateo seems to really care about his students and according to my daughter, he is "really funny".
I have taken guitar lessons before, but I wasn't learning or moving forward at the pace I wanted. He played guitar the whole time and seemed detached, annoyed and uninterested in helping me. He really didn't seem passionate about his lessons/teaching methods and what I learned over time. So I finally decided to try again and I took guitar lessons from Cam about a year ago and it's been the most rewarding experience.
Frank gave my daughter guitar lessons in our home. He was great with the basics: finger technique, chord progression, etc... But Frank also encouraged my daughter to follow her musical interests, she played what she wanted to play, in addition to the pieces that Frank believed would help her become a more technically strong guitarist. This developed her appreciation and love for playing.
My son has been taking guitar lessons from Ms. Arrington for almost 2 years, and he loves them. She is patient, supportive, very friendly, and obviously loves what she does. In his case, she endorses his uniqueness while teaching him the basics he needs to maximize his personal style.
I have had experience with other guitar teachers before, so I say this without hesitation that he is the best guitar teacher (and guitarist) out there.
I teach beginner and advanced guitar acoustic and electric. I have 8 years on RD experience, as well as studio work for nationally known artist. I want to have fun, but I also enjoy taking any age group and allowing them to chase their dream with music.
I have a love for music, especially guitar. With over eight years of playing experience, I am able to teach anyone how to play guitar. I am laid-back and easy going, and I guarantee a friendly environment to learn in.
I'm good with kids.
I have been playing, for 15 years, acoustic and electric. If I travel, you must have your own equipment. I do supply if you come to me. I teach students at ages 10 and up. I also teach music theory and sight reading.
I am going to give guitar lessons for beginners or intermediate guitar players. I have been playing the guitar for eight years and specialize in acoustic guitar. I love bluegrass and rock music and pretty much everything else. I would love to be able to spread my love for guitar with other people.
We offer professional guitar instruction with Charles Newman, a musician and guitarist with 25 plus years of professional experience with an educational emphasis on beginner and intermediate students.
My name is Patrick Serra, and I have been an avid musician for 10 years now. I play a wide range of fretted instruments, from guitar to the Irish bouzouki. I also build and repair musical instruments. To see my work, visit my website.
I offer only the basics. If a teacher gives more than that, the students inherit the musical style of the teacher and never develop their own style.
I offer professional in-home guitar and bass guitar lessons. The guitar or bass guitar lessons are tailored to the student depending on his/her individual interests. I believe all students shall need a comprehensive study of styles and techniques focusing on the musical genres that they are most passionate about. I teach all ages and all skill levels; anyone can learn guitar! The lessons are performed in the comfort of your own home which I believe is the best place to learn, free from distractions and the stress of an office environment.
For Marietta, Woodstock, Alpharetta, Kennesaw areas. I teach guitar to any age of mostly beginner levels. Contact me if you are interested! Thanks
I provide beginner guitar lessons that are fun and tailored to each individual student's abilities and skill level. There is no sight reading necessary!