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Guitar Lessons Haworth, NJ

Guitar Lessons in
Haworth, NJ

Musika has been offering Haworth Guitar Lessons since 2001. Our guitar teachers create customized lesson plans for each student, and help you bring music alive one note at a time!

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Featured Haworth Guitar Teachers

Conrad D

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I was introduced to music early on by my parents. Being classically trained on the piano I started playing and writing songs at the tender age of seven. My early piano influences are Mozart, Beethoven and Gershwin amongst others. Growing up, I became even more influenced by Pop, R&B, Funk, and Rock artists from the likes of  Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson and Prince. As a teenager in high school, I performed recitals and played in rock bands, and picked up the guitar and drums to broaden my music repertoire.

Clynt Y

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Clynt is a professional trumpet player and freelancer in the New York City metro area. He plays jazz, R&B, pop, latin and classical music. He is a featured soloist and section player in jazz and commercial settings, as well as a horn writer and arranger. You can find hm playing all over the city and the east coast in any of these settings. As a studio musician, writer, and arranger, He also relies heavily on his knowledge of the piano and guitar. Multi-instrumental relationships are a large part of his teaching style. 

Ryan D

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Ryan has been playing guitar for the past 14 years.  Ryan has performed and toured throughout the United States, Canada, and Caribbean playing numerous styles.  He has performed at the Blue Note in Manhattan, Paradise Rock Club in Boston, Regattabar in Boston, Cellar Jazz Club in Vancouver, Upstairs Jazz club of Montreal, and festivals such as Festival d'ete de Quebec in Quebec City, and Floyd Fest in Floyd, VA.

Pete W

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I'm a dedicated Jazz Guitarist and Instructor who has been playing guitar since 1982 and teaching for the last 20 years. I graduated in 1997 from Western Connecticut State University with a Bachelor of Music degree in Applied Jazz Guitar. I have had the opportunity to produce numerous large scale concerts as well as perform a great deal throughout Connecticut and New York State with world-class musicians. I am very grateful to have something I am so passionate about, and I absolutely love helping aspiring guitarists along their path to success!

Andrei P

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I consider myself a very dedicated teacher.  I love what I do and this is reflected through my students and my lessons.  I have been studying classical guitar for a decade, while playing bass constinently in various bands and ensembles.  I have studied many styles of music that include classical, flamenco, gypsy jazz, jazz, blues, and rock.  I have played in many local venues and continue to play in many festivals, churches, and venues.  
 
 

Why Choose Musika

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Convenient

People are busy these days, we get that. So we work around your schedule, giving you the option of taking lessons right in the comfort of your own home.

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Risk-Free Trial Lesson

We stand behind our teachers. If you are not 100% satisfied with your trial lesson, the lesson is FREE. Go ahead give it a try, you really have nothing to lose.

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Musika Qualified Teachers

Our instructors have been hand-picked for their high standard of musical excellence & love of teaching.

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No Hidden Fees

We are straightforward folks here at Musika. You pay for lessons, that's it. Choose from our pay as you go monthly billing or opt for a set of lessons.

 

More Information About Guitar Lessons

Younger students who are just starting their guitars lessons will find it much easier to play on a half size or three-quarter sized acoustic guitar. Playing on an electric guitar may be an alternative option for older students, so long as they find gripping the guitar to be comfortable. Brand new student model guitars can be purchased for around the $150 - $200 price range. Electric guitar players will need to invest in an amplifier and guitar cables, which will generate additional costs. Higher quality instruments are often easier to play than their cheaper counterparts, which will impact positively on the enjoyment and progression of playing the instrument for students.
Musika offers one-on-one, in-home guitar lessons that are designed specifically for each individual student. Whether your lesson takes place in the studio or at home, students will get the exact same lesson content, with the only difference being the location. Parents will find home guitar lessons a much more convenient option for their child, as it saves the time and costs of transporting their children to and from the studio. Younger students will find that learning to play the guitar in the comfort of their own homes greatly benefits their development as they are learning in a supportive, secure and familiar environment.
Young children will start out by learning how to fret notes with the left hand, and how to pluck or strum the strings with their right hand. This will allow them to play simple, familiar songs on one string. Students will start learning to read music, and eventually learn how to play the common open guitar chords. Once students are more familiar with the guitar fretboard, they can start learning barre chords, moveable scales, and be introduced to music theory. Advanced students might decide to study classical guitar repertoire, rock or blues solos, or even jazz improvization.
Many adults take guitar lessons! Your teacher will develop an individualized lesson plan relevant to your musical needs and goals. Adults taking guitar lessons for the first time can expect to learn a lot of new things, and have fun in the process!
Students aged as young as 6 years old are able to start taking guitar lessons with our expert teachers here at Musika. At this age, students will find it easiest to play a half-sized classical guitar with nylon strings, and will learn how to play the top strings of the guitar and simple melodies. As they advance, they will start to form a range of different chords and learn to play more challenging songs. Usually by the age of 10-12 years old, students are capable of playing a full sized guitar and want to progress onto the electric guitar.

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