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Hired 19 times
29 years in business
(Eastern Time Zone)
8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
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Mr. Batchelor gave me lessons for the electric bass guitar. His teaching was set to my personal needs as a musician, rather than being forceful. I was able to quickly regain my confidence as a bass player and improved greatly over a short amount of time. The theory that he taught me through the bass helped me get into my college's music conservatory. I now study Music Studio Production at Purchase College. Very good man, teacher and mentorMar 25, 2017
Bass Guitar Lessons
Just had a first lesson with Wayne, he's a good teacher and a nice guy. He knows his stuff and had some really insightful things to say.Jul 28, 2015Verified
Bass Guitar Lessons
Wayne is an excellent instructor, highly recommended. He is able to quickly analyze your skill level and give specific instructions and exercises to take you to the next level. His patient and pleasant personality make the lessons easy and fun. Two thumbs up!!May 13, 2015Verified
Bass Guitar Lessons (for children or teenagers)
Wayne is a wonderful teacher. He has the patience of a saint for my 9 year old who has ADHD. My son enjoys learning the bass and is always excited for class. I recommend to anyone wanting to learn the bass. He’s very punctual and thorough. He has weekly classes and is always learning something new. My husband and I could not be any happier!Mar 20, 2018Verified
Bass Guitar Lessons (for adults)
Fantastic lesson!!! Wayne tailored the lesson to cover exactly what i wanted to learn!! Very patient. Consummate professional. Cant recommend him enough!! Looking forward to my next lesson!!Nov 9, 2017Verified
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?I charge $65/Hr for a Skype or FaceTime bass lesson and $75/Hr for a private lesson at your home. If you take the lesson and then refer me to another musician who takes a lesson I will give you a 50% discount on your next lesson!
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?I ask for a brief history of his/her musical experience what kind of music they are interested in. I then ask them to play something they are comfortable with so I can listen for their sense of time, listen to the sound they produce, look at their technique, whether they play in tune. I listen and watch to how they play their scales to assess how strong their system for playings scales is, to see whether they have a system or not. I’m basically listening to hear if their fundamentals are in place and we go to work from there.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I have played and continue to play in jazz duo, trios quartets, quintets, Jazz Big Bands, Classical Orchestras, Pop, Rock, Reggae, Folk, Country and Blues bands. Playing completely improvised music to music that is completely written out and sight read. I have recorded over fifty studio albums and toured the world playing in most of the major cities of the world. I have played a lot of Church music traditional and modern for over 20 years. I have studied in England and the United States for Undergrad Degrees and Masters of Music Programs. These experiences of study, practice, reading, playing by ear, writing, learning and memorizing music, recording studio experience and traveling the world touring have given me the tools to teach anything relating to professional bass playing.