Seattle Guitar Mentor
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Hired 69 times
8 years in business
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The best decision I've made related to my guitar playing was coming to Seattle Guitar Mentor. This an incredible outfit that can help elevate your skills regardless of where you start. They share their expertise while staying flexible to all learning styles, and do so in a friendly, welcoming environment.Jul 2, 2020
Seattle Guitar Mentor is an amazing place to learn guitar for all ages and levels. I am a 14-year-old teenager, with 5 years with guitar experience, and learning with Ryan is one of the best experiences I ever had the pleasure of having.Jun 14, 2020
Ryan is an outstanding guitar teacher. Highly recommend singing up if you want to learn guitar or improve your playing. I had no prior experience and have been a student for almost 2 years now. What I most appreciated about Ryan is that he tailors each lesson to your level and can help you with any music style. He is passionate about making you the best guitar player you can be and sharing his wealth of expertise and methods. Lessons used to be in person and have now moved to virtual. They are still fun and I continue to make tons of progress.Jun 1, 2020
Ryan really helps you meet the goals you want, and helps work with you on the specific types of music you're interested in. I've made a lot of progress since I started classes a little over a year ago, compared to very little progress for several years beforehandMay 20, 2020
Excellent guidance, knowledge, and professionalism related to all things guitar.May 14, 2020
- What types of customers have you worked with?Personalized guitar lessons for beginners to advanced, songwriting lessons, improvisation lessons. There are multiple programs to choose form. It is about giving the student the best option to bring the best results. Materials and other bonuses are included in the lesson programs.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?1st you have to ask yourself why you need a guitar teacher. Learning on your own is very limiting and super frustrating. A very, very small percentage make it past 6 months. Those who do often plateau in their skills and never become as good as they wish that were. It is way too easy to quit when you don't have the accountability and support of a professional. I meet people all the time who have guitars sitting around collecting dust in the corner. If this describes you then I know you've felt the discouragement that I've seen in so many people. But things can change. What to look for: FUN! Yes, fun. If it's not fun why would you keep going? If it's fun then you will have a higher motivation level and that will keep you going. Personally I like to have fun, don't you? Look for a teacher that will help you clarify what you really want to do. I try to do this before people even come for one lesson. If you don't have a target, then there it's really hard to aim. I can help you with this. No cookie-cutter guitar lessons! Playing the guitar should be a fulfilling personal experience. Unfortunately most teachers treat it like a formula. Everyone is an individual and learn in different ways.