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Patrick W offers guitar lessons in Arlington, VA

Patrick W

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...I have 18 years of experience in the Music and Education. My time has been combined and/or divided between performance, classroom instructing, supervision and project management. Upon graduation from Central State University I continued to study with the professors there to gain more musical knowledge. ... Read More

Danilo C offers guitar lessons in Arlington, VA

Danilo C

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...Music is supposed to be fun, dynamic, and a way of expression. So I never attach myself or the student to a given program or method, but I offer a tailored program that bettersuits the student needs. ... Read More

John C offers guitar lessons in Arlington, VA

John C

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...For more advanced piano students I prefer exercises from Hanon, Czerny, and Bartk. For beginning guitar students, I prefer Mel Bay books. However, for guitar students I also use a much more individual and custom approach for learning how to get a good sound out of the guitar through proper hand position, finger placement and pressure, and string picking. ... Read More

Jason A offers guitar lessons in Arlington, VA

Jason A

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...I'm a diverse and enthusiastic musician, dedicated to teaching, and convinced by the power of music to enrich peoples lives in every way. I graduated from Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota with a Bachelor of Music degree in Trumpet Performance, and obtained Masters of Music degrees in both Trumpet Performance and Orchestral Conducting from Central Michigan University.... Read More

Sam K offers guitar lessons in Arlington, VA

Sam K

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...Work on picking and speed and most importantly touch and feel. Learn to play in rhythm, with a metronome. Work on Finger picking as well, learn to use all 5 fingers on your right hand. or use the pick and 3 fingers, with me you WILL use your pinky or little finger, on both hands.... Read More

Roger F offers guitar lessons in Arlington, VA

Roger F

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...Experience with hundreds of students over decades has shown me that when the music lesson becomes just another part of that sense of obligation, it produces negative outcomes.... Read More

Jacob N offers guitar lessons in Arlington, VA

Jacob N

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...I will also make sure that the student is playing music that they can love and enjoy while play instead of getting frustrated. This way the student will enjoy learning and will soak in more knowledge instead of feeling that the work is homework instead of art.... Read More

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