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Skip d offers guitar lessons in Cary, NC

Skip d


...As a musician, I have performed several self-financed and self-planned tours through the South, Northeast, and over the East Coast. I have performed over fifty concerts in 11 states, including North Carolina, Massachusetts, New York, New Hampshire, Vermont, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Maine, Mississippi, Georgia, and California. ... Read More

Angelo C offers guitar lessons in Cary, NC

Angelo C


...Teaching is not only about passing on information. It is about sharing your own experience as it fits to the student's goals and objectives, all with the right amount of fun as music is fun in the first place. ... Read More

James E offers guitar lessons in Cary, NC

James E


...For my adult students I gear lessons to their goals. Reading standard notation is not always a goal for my adult students so we may work towards developing better technique, expanding chord knowledge, and learning songs that they enjoy. ... Read More

Tyler L offers guitar lessons in Cary, NC

Tyler L


...I found this to be one of the most rewarding experiences when I began taking lessons. For adults, I like to hear any ideas they may have and give my input and direction.... Read More

Spencer S offers guitar lessons in Cary, NC

Spencer S


...The fundamental forms in music are not something to be passed and discarded but forms that can be returned to at different times in your life and reveal more to the learner each time.... Read More

David S offers guitar lessons in Cary, NC

David S


...I'm a passionate and motivated instructor who loves working with students and sharing my love of music. In 1977, I graduated from the University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Performance.... Read More

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...major has no flats or sharps, so by default it’s the easiest key to understand and play in. Now we’ll discuss the fifths part of the circle of fifths. A fifth refers to the interval above a note. Here’s where it gets slightly tricky. An interval of a fifth is located 7 half steps away from the original note. On the keyboard, a half step is the distance between C and C#. Starting with the note of C, if we count seven half steps above, we’ll arrive at the note of G. This is the right side of the circle; ... Read More

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