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Jonny has been giving my daughter guitar lessons for 2 months now and we love him! He's patient and fun and really brings out the best in his students. He's also flexible on our lesson schedule which in these busy times is definitely a plus! We look forward to many more lessons with him.
Josh is simply amazing. He's incredibly patient, positive, encouraging, and funny. My son loves going to guitar lessons with him. I would definitely recommend!
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I am pleasantly surprised that I found such a good teacher, Ken Jacobsen, who even lives close to me. I have complete confidence in his ability to take my classical guitar training to the next level.
I have taken fiddle lessons from Stuart for two years and they are the highlite of my week. He has taught my bluegrass tunes, Irish tunes, ballads, waltzes, polkas, cowboy tunes and more. I can confidently assure anyone that no finer instructor will you find .
Awesome! Great teacher and great vibes there. See drastic improvement in playing and discipline already! Highly recommended!!
I'm so glad we've found Scout. She's a joy to work with. She connects with my young daughter where she is, is both warm and firm and is introducing a wide range of beginning musical ideas. She has a great memory for what my daughter has already accomplished. We're very happy with our lessons.
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Tim Sherman has been teaching students in the Seattle area since 1987. He has almost 30 years of helping students have fun with music. Tim teaches students with the music they love, so learning and practicing are fun. He also individualizes lessons for the way each student learns best; there is no cookie-cutter teaching.
Since 1973, Phil Hansen has been a full-time music teacher who has taught at two high schools, two colleges, and several music stores. He currently teaches private lessons on , banjo, guitar, mandolin, and bass at Green River Music in Auburn on Mondays and Tuesdays; Mills Music in Issaquah on Thursdays;vMills Music in Redmond on Fridays; and Cassandra Music in Enumclaw on Wednesdays. His Wednesday evenings are devoted to classroom work at the Enumclaw extension of Green River Community College. In addition, Phil has written five published mandolin and guitar manuals, including several assorted articles on guitar styles and techniques. He is currently working on four additional volumes that specialize on bass techniques, finger-style guitar, and bluegrass guitar. For many years, Phil has been performing as a guitarist and vocalist in the greater Puget Sound Region. His main acoustic guitar interest centers on the Contemporary Flatpicking and Contemporary Fingerstyle arenas. His entertaining, informative and fun shows consist of an eclectic mix of ragtime/blues, ragtime, blues, jazz standards, pop, and folk material with vocal performance. He also performs as a solo, with a contemporary Gospel band Gypsy Joe, or with the progressive bluegrass band Stillwater Hill. As a performing musician since mid-60s, Phil has already performed solo and has worked on several venues with many groups. He performed with Cassandra (1977-1986), Phil & Kathye (1986-1992), Squirrel Heads and Gravy (1996-2005), and he currently plays as a solo and also with the VZ Valley Boys. He has been an orchestra pit musician for six musicals and has played with the East Side Gospel Orchestra from 1989-1992. He has performed in several state and county fairs, festivals, street fairs, restaurants, weddings, coffee houses, parties, and even business meetings. He can be contacted for lessons on bass, guitar, banjo, or mandolin. He can also answer your queries about his performances as a solo or with Stillwater Hill through Cassandra Music.
I use the songs that the student loves and build my curriculum and exercises to train explicitly for that song. I've found that students apply themselves to music they love. I also make video of the lesson objectives so that the student can easily source the lesson techniques.