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Christopher D offers guitar lessons in Buffalo, NY

Christopher D


...My teaching style is focused on getting a well-rounded education of music and guitar playing while still maintaining a fun and relaxing atmosphere. ... Read More

Brett S offers guitar lessons in Buffalo, NY

Brett S


...I love teaching music. I make the lessons fun and I am very easy to get along with. I work around you! I will not make you learn a style that you are not interested in. ... Read More

Stephen V offers guitar lessons in Buffalo, NY

Stephen V


...My methods are quite particular to the individual and their natural strengths and weaknesses, but I approach every student with a tried and true structure that leads to fast and noticeable results. ... Read More

Conn S offers guitar lessons in Buffalo, NY

Conn S


...For younger students I employ the Suzuki Method which comprises a series of books and particular approach to teaching that I've found to be quite effective. The books provide a very well thought out sequence of pieces that help the student learn all of the necessary skills to play the guitar in the context of actual music rather than abstract exercises, and the method encourages a lot of parental involvement which helps to make at home practice (the most important part of learning any instrument) much more effective.... Read More

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