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giles p offers guitar lessons in Cleveland, OH

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...As the student advances, the Mickey Baker books are good for the interested jazz student. And getting them to play simple chord progressions and melodies is a good way to get them off and running . ... Read More

Edward S offers guitar lessons in Cleveland, OH

Edward S

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...It takes work to achieve new skill levels in music, but it takes joy, love and fun to make the work worth it! I help guide students to achieve new goals by encouraging and always pointing to the positive (because to me negative reinforcement just doesn't work). ... Read More

Hans U offers guitar lessons in Cleveland, OH

Hans U

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...As an ethnomusicologist, I invite students to discover diverse world cultures, repertoire, and musical systems,encouraging critical listening and independent thinking. I follow a similar template to introduce students to classical and popular music, presenting both repertoire and the historical and human dimensions behind the music. ... Read More

Forest S offers guitar lessons in Cleveland, OH

Forest S

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...I also believe that students learn better when they discover answers, rather than just being given answers. If a student has a question, my response is likely to be more of a discussion that leads the student to the answer on their own than just telling them a short answer without context.... Read More

Samuel C offers guitar lessons in Cleveland, OH

Samuel C

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...At the same time, I performed in jam bands. I also played in the original band, The Moog. My quest to learn more on the instrument, and grow musically is what led me to Hollywood, California's GIT.... Read More

Phil B offers guitar lessons in Cleveland, OH

Phil B

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...Recently, I like to use books by Barrett Tagliarino. He has books on various fantastic guitar topics. His books are easy to use and understand and you do not need to have any musical background to get started, but it teaches you important musical concepts as you go.... Read More

David S offers guitar lessons in Cleveland, OH

David S

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...My aim in teaching is to prepare my students for real-world scenarios, with an emphasis on how to "lock in" with other musicians. My beginning students are prepared and encouraged to jam with others as soon as possible, as I feel that this is where true music education happens.... Read More

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