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John S offers guitar lessons in Boston, MA

John S

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...I firmly believe it's important to teach in a way that compliments any students personal strengths as a learner. That said no matter how we get there, I strive to make sure every student is able to build a solid foundation in ergonomic, proper guitar technique, as well as an understanding of music's underlying structures of rhythm, harmony and melody. ... Read More

Aaron B offers guitar lessons in Boston, MA

Aaron B

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...I began teaching as soon as I could. My dad held piano lessons out of our house and inspired me to teach guitar (the only instrument my dad wasn't terribly good at). ... Read More

Evan B offers guitar lessons in Boston, MA

Evan B

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...My main objective is to steer the pupil towards a place of autonomy so they are able to solve music related problems on their own and develop the intrinsic ability already present within themselves. ... Read More

Tyler S offers guitar lessons in Boston, MA

Tyler S

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...My teaching experience dates back to high school. When I was in high school I started teaching private beginning guitar lessons in my hometown. Once I moved to Boston I continued my search for students.... Read More

Mara B offers guitar lessons in Boston, MA

Mara B

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...I use many different methods according to each student's individual needs. I ask them what type of music they enjoy listening, their favorite artists and what do they desire to accomplish.... Read More

Ashley Y offers guitar lessons in Boston, MA

Ashley Y

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...I went back to school to obtain my Masters of Music in Music Education, and continued to perform but this time in rock bands! I am currently in three rock bands, Rocket Queen (A tribute to Guns N' Roses), NOTB (a tribute to Iron Maiden), and NIB (a tribute to Black Sabbath).... Read More

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...available, and how each of these differ in sound and play-ability. If you are particularly interested in a certain genre or style of guitar playing, and this is what you are trying to learn, then you will want to have the correct guitar to correspond with this sound. For example, if you are an aspiring flamenco guitar player, which has a very distinct sound and way of playing, it wouldn’t make any sense for you to purchase or use an electric guitar that is meant for Heavy Metal music. Likewise, if you want to be a blues player, a classical guitar wouldn’t make... Read More

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...string: Play string open 1st string: 4th finger plays the 3rd fret E 6th string: Play string open 5th string: 2nd finger plays the 2nd fret 4th string: 3rd finger plays the 2nd fret 3rd string: 1st finger plays 1st fret 2nd string: Play string open 1st string: Play string open D 6th string: Do not play 5th string: Do not play 4th string: Play string open 3rd string: 1st finger plays 2nd fret 2nd string: 3rd finger plays the 3rd fret 1st string: 2nd finger plays the 2nd fret   Now, that you’re armed with the CAGED chords… What’s next? In the next article in this series ... Read More

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...(or scale). The note name sometimes appears inside the circle and the number tells you which finger to use. Don’t worry, this will become second nature to you fairly quickly. How to Read Standard Notation   The standard notation system is how music is traditionally written and archived. It consists of a five-line staff and the notes are represented by note heads (dots) and stems (flags). There are many rules that apply to this system and are beyond the scope of this article. For more information on this system please see our article on reading clefs or search “how to read standard ... Read More

Open-String Guitar Chords

...from the bottom up is the best way to check that you are playing the chords correctly. Notice that we have a slightly different fingering for the G chord than in the previous example.   The three-finger G, open-string guitar chord: 6th string: Use the 2nd finger to play the 3rd 5th string: Use the 1st finger to play the 2nd fret. 4th string: Play open. 3rd string: Play open. 2nd string: Play open. 1st string: Use the 3rd finger to play the 3rd fret.   The three-finger C, open-string guitar chord: 6th string: Do not play. 5th string: Use the 3rd ... Read More
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