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Marvin A offers guitar lessons in Arlington, VA

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...I have learned from many great musicians that music is driven by passion and should be enjoyable to the performer and this is felt by the audience. ... Read More

Darius S offers guitar lessons in Arlington, VA

Darius S

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...I give the student constructive feedback on progress and acknowledge accomplishments. I try keeping an inspirational and open-ended environment for exploration, for music making is fun! I love contributing to the education and growth of fellow musicians. ... Read More

Lou D offers guitar lessons in Arlington, VA

Lou D

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...The proper way to sit when playing or stand while singing. Fundamentals at the earliest ages are essential. Practicing the fundamentals leads to success which leads to a desire to learn more about the instrument. ... Read More

Ryan D offers guitar lessons in Arlington, VA

Ryan D

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...Also, being able to teach a variety of musical styles keeps students wanting to learn. I encourage students to not only learn written pieces, but to create their own music and individual sound.... Read More

Donovan D offers guitar lessons in Arlington, VA

Donovan D

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...After the basics are taught or they're already learned, I assess the student's level and teach the student what they wish to learn to the best of my ability.... Read More

Randy A offers guitar lessons in Arlington, VA

Randy A

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...I sincerely believe that even the most basic material can be made to "sound good", and I stress this from the beginning. I'm big on playing duets.... Read More

Eddie S offers guitar lessons in Arlington, VA

Eddie S

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...However a weekly lesson plan (pdf can be sent each week) will help the student develop a practice routine. All ability levels will have fun during their lessons and be able to develop skills at a individual-specific pace.... Read More

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