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Ken J offers guitar lessons in Albuquerque, NM

Ken J

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...I have been published through Plank Road Publishing and Music K-8 Magazine and have performed at venues large and small, as well as theatres, festivals and clubs from the Midwest to Florida and ultimately to New Mexico. ... Read More

Jakob S offers guitar lessons in Albuquerque, NM

Jakob S

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...Hello! My name is Jakob and I have been teaching children and adults for over 10 years to love playing music. My focus is on making music fun and easy for my students first and foremost, and then working on making music a growing passion or a refined practice, depending on my students needs. ... Read More

Andres C offers guitar lessons in Albuquerque, NM

Andres C

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...My teaching experience dates back to my college days, as I began teaching private lessons to some of my peers that were interested at that time, around 9 years ago, and since then I've been teaching students in my home country and overseas trough skype. ... Read More

Lily M offers guitar lessons in Albuquerque, NM

Lily M

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...I customize my teaching approach around these two things. A lot of teachers will skip 'the basics' to try and keep your business by showing you full songs and chords right away.... Read More

Kelsey C offers guitar lessons in Albuquerque, NM

Kelsey C

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...I worked closely with Dr. Beck Roelser as well, a fantastic music teacher and mentor who studied at BYU and UNT. For the last 3 years, I cultivated a successful violin and viola studio in my previous town of residence.... Read More

Jason U offers guitar lessons in Albuquerque, NM

Jason U

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...My method on teaching varies from student to student because there are no two students alike. For those who have no idea about anything to do with the guitar i start from scratch with the basics and i show them what every part of the guitar is called and why it is the way it is, also how to tune a guitar as well as learn the strings and notes.... Read More

Robert S offers guitar lessons in Albuquerque, NM

Robert S

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...Young students tend to want to look cool or be able to show off, but I've never had a conversation about those after three lessons, the topic tends to switch to interesting stories, how to accomplish certain techniques, and overall excitement about music in general.... Read More

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...to in music theory, are the interval between one note and another seven half-steps above it. The visuals provided in this article are ones of some keys on a keyboard, but feel free to adapt this knowledge to your particular instrument. Now that we know a little bit about fifths we can move on to describing the rest of the circle. The top of the circle of fifths features a big “C.” This C and the rest of the letters symbolize key signatures. Moving clockwise from C, the next key we see is a G. The key of G is a Perfect Fifth away from C. The rest of... Read More

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...rockabilly bass playing; the thumb-fingers pattern of folk guitar pickers, and many more examples.   In rock music (as well as most of the genres that fed into its creation) the ‘weak’ beats two and four tend to be specially emphasized: this is known as the ‘backbeat’. Typically, the backbeat is articulated by a strong snare hit. It follows naturally from these ideas then, that the lowest-pitched instrument of the drum set- the bass drum, of course- will generally center on or around beats one and three, and will almost always articulate beat 1.   So Now What?   The next thing we need to consider ... Read More
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