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Bonnie C offers guitar lessons in Chandler, AZ

Bonnie C


...I began teaching at the age of 15 at the Willowdale Conservatory of Music where I had the opportunity to tutor underclassmen as a way of paying my tuition. ... Read More

Gerry D offers guitar lessons in Chandler, AZ

Gerry D


...I love to share my passion for music with every student and encourage them to enjoy playing their chosen instrument. I am also involved in reforming music education by writing methods and curriculum which make music fun, accessible and relevant to all ages. ... Read More

Andrew W offers guitar lessons in Chandler, AZ

Andrew W


...For example, I like to emphasize breaking down chords and the related scales in an easy to undertand and logical way. I emphasize the importance of phrasing and shaping chords while using such shred techniques as alternate picking, legatto, sweep picking and tapping. ... Read More

Douglas L offers guitar lessons in Chandler, AZ

Douglas L


...My teaching experience dates back over 15 years, learn any genre of music you prefer, music is one of my passions, I love the guitar ! My goal is to be the best guitar teacher.... Read More

Christian R offers guitar lessons in Chandler, AZ

Christian R


...I have been playing shows in the Phoenix area since I was 14 including Warped Tour, The Marquee Theatre and so many more venues around the area. I have been lucky enough to travel the country playing music and even playing Avery Fisher Hall NY.... Read More

Ben M offers guitar lessons in Chandler, AZ

Ben M


...This really depends on the child. Some kids exhibit great potential as young as 3 by their attention to sounds, trying to match them or make them on their own creatively by singing or percussion.... Read More

Eric M offers guitar lessons in Chandler, AZ

Eric M


...A student's favorite song is an ideal learning tool. I use songs and riffs as examples to explain the connection to theory. The student guides the progression based on their skill level and interests.... Read More

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Keyboard Vs. Piano: What Exactly is the Difference?

...The range has been extended and the hammer system perfected, but other than that pianos are very similar instruments to the ones that were played in the 18th century. Pianos were first named “Fortepianos” which means “Loud-Soft” in Italian.       The Music Theory Benefit     Any instrument with a keyboard doubles as a near-perfect visual representation of the concepts we use to describe music theory. If you’ve ever played an instrument without a keyboard, you probably already know how baffling certain music theory concepts can be. But on instruments that feature keyboards, things like scales, chords, and intervals are perfectly laid out in a step-by-step system.  ... Read More

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...There’s no greater feeling than going to a music store to pick out your first guitar, going home, and holding your brand new instrument for the first time. Whether you’re 10 or 50, playing the guitar for the first time is an experience you’re likely not to forget for the rest of your life. But learning anything new and starting completely from scratch can be hugely intimidating. When you stop to listen to all the incredible music that’s been made with the guitar over the last century, it can be difficult knowing where and how to get started. Beginner guitar solos, for example, can be a tough ... Read More

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...of inhale and exhale going. Immediately exhale through the straw for four slow counts. Keep repeating the cycle for three cycles of four counts of inhale and four counts of exhale. Once this exercise feels comfortable, try gradually increasing the inhale and exhale counts from four to six, eight, ten, and twelve. Keep in mind that with each increase of counts, the “straw” space in the mouth must become more narrow. The constricted space will work abdominal muscles gently while preventing the singer from taking in too much air at once.     Breathing Exercise #4 – Yoga breathing   Called ... Read More

Violin Accessories: Essentials for All Violinists

...can be cut and shaped is more comfortable. There are corduroy chinrest covers and inflatable cushions that are strapped under the violin. Some professional violinists only use a soft cloth or handkerchief to keep their chin and neck from chaffing against the violin. The choice is chiefly determined by how much space there is between the violin and the musician’s chin and shoulder. Lots of space means that a great deal of cushioning is needed; very little space means that a thinner cushion can be used. Have your teacher gauge how much support your violin needs in order for it to stay up ... Read More

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...larger measurements available. The second variety is the floor tom, mounted upright on the floor, often measuring between 14 and 18 inches in diameter. Another standard component of all drum kits is the hi-hat, a pair of cymbals (usually 14 inches in diameter) that can be clicked together using a foot pedal. Much like the bass drum, hi-hats are used for timekeeping. Opening the cymbals produces a rattling effect that is used a lot in rock and punk music. Similarly, the ride cymbal (usually around 20 inches) is also used to keep time; sometimes the bell of the cymbal is struck to create a distinct and pitched tone. Another popular type of cymbal is the crash cymbal, which is frequently used for accents rather ... Read More
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