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Great lesson, thorough material. Interactive approach.Jan 6, 2020Verified
I am 17 and finally started learning guitar, which I thought I was too late. Going to Mr.Michaud’s lessons helped me find the confidence which allows me to be better and learn faster despite the lack of experience . He is very educated in any topic relating to music, a product of his many years of experience, Mr. Michaud is delivers quality and professional instruction. Recommend him to any level players, where he will prove to you that there is always room to improve. To invest in myself by taking lessons from Mr.Michaud has been the best decision I made!Mar 8, 2019Verified
Marc is very friendly and professional and really knows his stuff!Jan 6, 2019Verified
Guitar Lessons (for children or teenagers)
Mark is teaching my son to play guitar. He is patient with him and very open and flexible when scheduling issues arise. I would recommend him to anyone who asked.Sep 1, 2015Verified
Marc knows his stuff! He is very patient and is also a fabulous musician. He provides printed materials that one can practice at home as well as sheet music relative to a song one wishes to learn. I recommend Marc very highly and he makes the lessons fun and provides great insight to music theory- making it easy to understand.Feb 5, 2020
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?I charge 25.00 per half hour, 38.00 per 45 min, 50.00 per hour. Also, I prefer one on one interactive lessons but I have been getting inquiries about group lessons and Skype/FaceTime lessons which I do teach both! With a group lessons setting there will be an additional cost (pending on the situation IE how many students, and what the needs of each are.). With Skype/FaceTime the cost is the same.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?I always make sure to screen my new students for their goals and needs. For example, If your here to learn how to pick and grin but do not prefer learning to read music, that’s what we’ll do! If you prefer to delve into the theory of music as well, great! We’ll divide the lesson up in two parts: 1) working on reading notation/theory and 2) learning how to get better at the instrument!
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I'm always learning new ways to interpret the guitar. Right now I am currently redefining my teaching approach based on the C-A-G-E-D system