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Raymund d offers guitar lessons in Baltimore, MD

Raymund d

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...Every student is unique , so i utilize various methods and different approaches to suit each individual's needs and capabilities. In my many years of teaching, what I have realized is that proper technique should be emphasized as early as possible so that the student will not carry bad traits both in practice and in performance. ... Read More

Gregory H offers guitar lessons in Baltimore, MD

Gregory H

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...Live performances are crucial to fully understanding any instrument, and so I encourage my students to perform live as much as possible--and I help them find those opportunities. ... Read More

Lou D offers guitar lessons in Baltimore, MD

Lou D

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...I have been playing guitar and singing for 20 years. I have formal guitar training from John Jennings (of Mary Chapin Carpenter) and Tom Giata (One Life to Live, All My Children, etc.). ... Read More

Dwight H offers guitar lessons in Baltimore, MD

Dwight H

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...My approach varies depending on the student's skill level and chosen instrument, but for beginners I always try to get them familiarized with their instrument: teaching them the basics of reading music and how to navigate the different keys (or strings, etc.).... Read More

John C offers guitar lessons in Baltimore, MD

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

Sean J offers guitar lessons in Baltimore, MD

Sean J

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...Zane Forshee of Peabody University and Matthew Dunlap of Peabody University). While I do have a strong classical guitar backround, I also have a deep love for other styles such as rock, pop, blues, etc and would love to teach any of these styles.... Read More

Robert L offers guitar lessons in Baltimore, MD

Robert L

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...I've worked with so many students over the years, that my style is that which is flexible based upon student interest. I am able to teach Classical, Jazz, Blues, Rock, Folk, Pop, and every style in between because I find a way to teach songs that my students like.... Read More

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