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I specialize in teaching from beginner/entry level to advanced lesson that include a range of information from guitar parts, music theory, and song structure. I also work with bands to help develop their skills and expand on their strengths as artists.
I would like to teach individuals who may not have the income for other guitar lessons. I am a young and very talented guitar player for 5 years. I can teach electric or acoustic guitar.
Learn the basics to intermediate. I have been playing guitar for more than 20 years. I would love to pass on what I know and get you on your path to making music.
I have 15 years of experience in playing/performing career. I am familiar with rock, blues, metal, gospel, and beginner's jazz. I will cater your specific musical goals. Prices are negotiable. I give discounts for under 13 yrs old.
My name is Matthew Maple. I've been playing guitar for 7 years and have been teaching for 2 years. There is no charge for first lesson. We will figure out your skill level, discuss goals, and plan a customized lesson structure.
Have you been wanting to learn how to play the piano or guitar? I can help you do that. Now is the time to learn to play your favorite instrument and learn a new and exciting hobby to entertain your friends and yourself for a lifetime.
I am a teacher for piano (pop, traditional jazz, and New Orleans), guitar (lead), drawing, painting, sculpting, and tattooing.
I learned to play guitar by simply listening to a song and then figuring out the chords to be used. With each song, it became easier and easier. Most songs can be played by using only three or four basic chords, and each key will generally have the same accompanying chords. Examples: Key of G: (accompanying chords C and D), Key of C: (ACs F and G), Key of E: (ACs A and B) and so on. I believe that teaching guitar must be a hands-on experience in which both the student and teacher have guitars in hand. Books, charts, etc. are fine for informational purposes, but I'm convinced that you cannot learn to play a guitar, unless you are actually holding a guitar.
I have an Associate and Bachelor of Music Education degree and have been teaching private voice and piano lessons for the past 20 years. My previous students are now choral directors, pianists and soloists in schools, cultural events and churches. My students have competed and won places in beauty contests, auditions on American Idol and other such venues. Students participate in the National Federation of Music Teachers each year.
I'm a musician of over ten years. I have studied music theory for most of those years. I've had a lot of great music teachers in my day (both private and public), so I have learned a lot about what it takes to teach students, regardless of their level of expertise.