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Bowling Green Guitar Instructors

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Cedarstone School of Music
4.9
from 18 reviews
  • 28 years in business
  • 18 hires on Thumbtack
Tucker T.
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My son has been taking guitar lessons at Cedarstone for two years and we are very pleased with his progress. Kevin always has a way to make music fun, fullfilling, and engaging to transform the student into an accomplished musician. The collective team of instructors at Cedarstone, brings a broad set of musical knowledge and teaching skills that is an absolute treasure. I highly recommend Cedarstone for all your music education endeavors.

Cedarstone School of Music
4.8
from 5 reviews
  • 1 hire on Thumbtack
Wendy S.
Verified review

Thanks to Joe's enthusiasm, talent and ability to create lessons around my son's musical preferences, my son always looked forward to his lessons!

Jordan Riehm
5.0
from 2 reviews
  • 3 years in business
Alison W.
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Jordan was my son's fiddle instructor. We absolutely loved working with Jordan. He explained things so that our son could easily understand it. You can tell that he is so passionate about music and loves what he does. He would take the time each week to make a video for our son to use for practice at home. We only stopped taking lessons because our son's basketball schedule prevented us from doing both. If we decide to start lessons again, we will definitely return to Jordan.

Dan M.
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Michael Chirri was my guitar teacher when I first started to play over 2 decades ago. I still benefit to this day from the scales & techniques he taught. What sets Michael apart from other guitarists, besides playing at a Masters level, is his enthusiasm for teaching, his encouragement, and the diversity of styles that he can play. My endorsement is gladly given, but not needed. The quality speaks for itself. -Dan Minard

Hannah M.
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Makes learning fun

Piersyn Academy of Music
5.0
from 1 review
  • 30 years in business
  • 2 hires on Thumbtack
Teressa L.
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Pamela Pierson is a very talented instructor who cares about the student as well as the music. She takes time to listen to what the student is doing. She also asks the student what they want to accomplish and tailors the lessons toward a common goal. Pamela is also patient where needed but has the ability to be just as firm. I am very grateful as a parent to have found Pamela and have recommended her to many others.

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I am a Nashville-based professionally touring guitarist capable of instructing all levels: beginner, intermediate, or advanced. I teach because I love seeing someone reach their full potential!

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I can teach you all of your traditional pop instruments. I can teach guitar, piano, bass, drums, and harmonica. I also teach theory, arranging, engineering and songwriting.

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We do live shows, full band, or acoustics. I do lessons for most instruments. The strange thing is that even if I can't play the instrument myself, I can still teach someone how to play it. I do play several instruments though, and I truly enjoy teaching.

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Offering private and group Suzuki violin, piano, viola, and guitar lessons, Thornton Cline has over 25 years' experience and is certified and registered in Suzuki books 1-5 through the Suzuki Association of Americas. He is also director of the Nashville Suzuki Players, who have made concert and television appearances all over the southeastern part of the US in 8 states.

  • 5 years in business
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Learning to play the guitar should be fun and enjoyable, although sometimes it’s challenging and requires patience and diligence. I strive to provide balance in my lessons between fun and work— both are needed to make you a better guitarist. There are many guitar techniques and musical principles I am eager to teach, but I also want to show you how to play your favorite music. The lessons I offer are all about a balance between what I want to teach you and what you want to learn. You may play electric guitar, acoustic, or nylon string guitar. You may like country, heavy metal, blues, jazz, classical or your own unique and original music. I am open to all of it. I also like to structure my lessons around a Rhythm of five areas of guitar study: Chords, Scales, Repertoire, Improvisation and Note Literacy. My goal is to simply help you become a better guitarist in an enjoyable and enriching setting— to patiently help you understand and acquire the necessary skills. People inherently know that progress on a musical instrument requires disciplined practice, dedication and a commitment of effort. It takes an effort outside of the lesson to progress, that means practice, even more important than the amount of time spent is a commitment to accomplishment and focus. Few things in life are more fulfilling than experiencing a sense of accomplishment and improvement on the coolest of all musical instruments— the guitar! I hope you enjoy the same. Good Journeys!

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I offer a bunch of different clothes. I also teach guitar! I have been teaching for 20 years. I can also teach bass, drums, acoustic and electric guitar.

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I'm a musician who's been playing for 28 years in music theory, and I play six different instruments. I am ready to teach eager and ambitious kids and teens who are expanding their minds in the wonderful world of music.

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I am in a band and love to play guitar. I am self-taught and consider myself to be a good teacher. If you are ready to learn, give me a call.

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I offer beginner to intermediate guitar lessons. My students will be taught many things, from tuning and changing strings to playing single notes and chords and a variety of other guitar techniques.

  • 18 years in business
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I provide piano and keyboard lessons. I have a background in classical and other styles of music such as pop, rock, blues, funk, jazz, country, worship, etc., which includes many years of professional performing and studio recording. My method of teaching would include reading notation as well as numbers (based on music theory which would enable one to play more by ear and improvise, as opposed to only reading notes). It all depends on what one would most desire to learn as everyone is different regarding his/her learning needs and level of playing/expertise. I am over 50 and have been playing since age 5, and have a concert grand piano (Yamaha C7) as well as other electric equipment (keyboards) to enhance the learning experience.

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I teach acoustic, classical, electric guitar and voice lessons. I can also teach how to write catchy songs and lyrics.

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I am a recent graduate of Western Kentucky University where I focused on guitar as a major. I currently teach at "Bafa" in Burkesville, KY (checkout the website), but I am currently residing in Bowling Green, KY.

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This is not really a business. We play Christian music, and we're a band. I can, however, teach someone how to play anything on guitar and how to read music or transpose music.

  • 5 years in business
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We offer 1 on 1 private lessons catered to each individual. Combined our teachers have given over 1 million lessons and no 2 lessons are the same.

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