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I've been working with Richard for the last month and I'm making great progress. Richard makes every attempt to cater to my learning style and offers suggestions to help me improve faster while also having fun learning. I'm in my late 30's, so I appreciate Richard working with my work/family schedule. I highly recommend Richard for all ages who want to explore guitar playing or fine tune their skills.Jun 22, 2015Verified
Rich has been great to begin working with - very amiable and a good teacher whose willing to go at my speed and work with my adult hectic schedule. He pushes in all the right places and hopefully I improve every lesson!Nov 21, 2014Verified
I selected Rich to provide lessons to my 8 year old beginning daughter. The time slots were accomodating and lessons are not rushed. He's mentioned on many occasions he is available to talk with during the week also if any questions arise. He works well with my young learner. She enjoys her lessons and is a happy girl, so I am a happy Dad. I would highly recommend Rich.Nov 12, 2014Verified
My retirement started with the purchase of a used acoustic guitar with the intentions of taking lessons. My retirement gift was a Fender electric guitar. After searching on line to find an instructor I found Rich.Not only did I find a great musician but a great instructor willing to teach me the music I want to learn.Being an older person made me a little hesitant but Rich put me at ease very quickly.I have progressed quicker than i thought i would thanks to Rich.My lessons have become a weekly pleasure. THANKS RICH, SINCERELY TOM DALEMar 4, 2015Verified
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Pricing is $20.00 per half hour lesson. Preferably payable in one month blocks (4 or 5 lessons depending on the month). I accept cash, checks or credit.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Music, in as far as the understanding performance and composition, has been the same for eons. However, one might say that keeping an ear to the radio and various video feeds acts as a type of continuing education.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?After I heard "Eruption" by Van Halen in 1979, there was no doubt that I wanted to be a guitar player. Then, in 2007, the opportunity arose to become a teacher and I jumped at the chance.