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Greg C offers guitar lessons in Cincinnati, OH

Greg C

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...Teaching can also be learning, because there is a "two-way street" of communication between the student and the teacher as each collaborate on and develop the learning process. ... Read More

Ronald H offers guitar lessons in Cincinnati, OH

Ronald H

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...It is vital that each student progresses at his or her own pace. I feel just as strongly that every student be using material that they want to learn to maintain interest and to maximize the enjoyment of learning. ... Read More

Andy G offers guitar lessons in Cincinnati, OH

Andy G

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...I have been teaching for over 20 years. I have taught at the University level, small mom and pop music stores, large chain stores, as well as my own studio. ... Read More

James M offers guitar lessons in Cincinnati, OH

James M

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...I use various method books such as; Suzuki, Hal Leonard, Sagreras, Frederick Noad, Royal Conservatory, and many others. I pick a method which suits each students individual needs and goals.... Read More

Jon A offers guitar lessons in Cincinnati, OH

Jon A

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... I implement materials of mine mixed with songs they like and typically have them up and playing a song or two that they like in a couple of lessons.... Read More

Brett B offers guitar lessons in Cincinnati, OH

Brett B

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...We will learn to read music, explore counting in different time signatures, and practice playing by ear. Piano: We will master scales, basic chords, and important chord structures.... Read More

George P offers guitar lessons in Cincinnati, OH

George P

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...I am a fun and easy going instructor who loves working with students of all ages. I graduated from London College of Creative Media in 2018 with a degree in performance and production.... Read More

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...to be as efficient as possible. There are several different ways to approach jazz and jazz education; there are many different schools of thought. Likewise, there are a lot of ways to approach playing in 12 keys. Everyone learns differently. As a teacher, I need to be aware of how my students approach learning different subjects so I can cater teaching music to their specific needs. As students of music, we should be aware of how we learn. Like many things in life, learning to play in 12 keys is a spectrum of two extremes that people fall to one side of. Some people rely more on their ... Read More
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