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Harold C offers guitar lessons in Cypress, TX

Harold C

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...Once proper technique is established, I utilize the Berklee Series as a basis for instruction. These volumes are supplemented by exercises, which I write specifically for the particular student’s needs. ... Read More

John M offers guitar lessons in Cypress, TX

John M

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...I always do my best to introduce students to new ideas so that they are more likely to think creatively. I also like to make my students laugh if I can. ... Read More

Elijah R offers guitar lessons in Cypress, TX

Elijah R

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...I never pressure them or bog them down with too much. Acknowledging their progress is always a great way to motivate them. I like to find things that inspire my students and push them in that direction, guiding them enthusiastically along the way. ... Read More

Andrew D offers guitar lessons in Cypress, TX

Andrew D

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...Playing music for people is an excellent way of sharing it, but teaching brings it to an entirely new level. There is nothing quite like seeing a musical newcomer unlock something within themselves that they may have not even realized was there.... Read More

Raymiah J offers guitar lessons in Cypress, TX

Raymiah J

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...Novice students are encouraged through movement and activities to teach concepts while intermediate players are given exercises that focus on instrumental technique to strengthen musicality. A general track of a novice to advanced student would begin with games to rate knowledge of tempo and dynamics, then progress to the Sound Innovation... Read More

James K offers guitar lessons in Cypress, TX

James K

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...I feel rewarded when I see my students develop a passion for music. I set goals with each student getting to know their style preferences, musical tastes and acknowledge their progress throughout the learning.... Read More

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Intermediate Guitar Songs to Learn Today

...And we don’t know just where our bones will rest To dust I guess Forgotten and absorbed into the earth below (Verse Riff) Double cross the vacant and the bored They’re not sure just what we have in the store Morphine city slippin’ dues, down to see that   (Pre Chorus Riff) (Chorus Riff) We don’t even care, as restless as we are We feel the pull in the land of a thousand guilts And poured cement, lamented and assured (Bridge Riff) To the lights and towns below Faster than the speed of sound Faster than we thought we’d go, beneath the sound of hope (Verse... Read More

Rhythm Guitar vs Lead Guitar

...guitar playing, particularly when it comes to the punk genre where power chords are often interpreted as being both rhythm and lead. Power chords are condensed versions of normal chords, and feature the root and 5th note of a chord. Power chords move and shift quickly like material found in lead guitar playing, but they also provide the rhythmic harmonic content of a song.   Fingerpicking guitar styles typically bridge the gap between rhythm guitar vs lead guitar playing. This is because music played in this style often shifts between chords and melodies being played. The intro of the Beatles song “Across The Universe” ... Read More

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...  Chords G B C Cm Progression I III IV iv     Creep is in the key of G. We begin with a G5 chord. They hint at the full G major sound in the Chorus, but for the Intro and the Verse I would suggest that you stay on the G5. Because the G5 sets the mood, it’s neither major nor minor so we’re not exactly sure where the song is going. Then we change to a B chord that creates this dreamy effect and solidifies that we’re in G major, not G minor. The C chord keeps ... Read More

Singing Scales: 4 Scales Every Singer Should Know

...to singers and usually the first type of scale introduced in voice lessons. Both the major and minor scales contain seven pitches plus the repetition of the starting pitch an octave higher. For those singers who are new to singing scales, the easiest way to conceptualize scales is to imagine a staircase—some of the steps are larger and some of the steps are smaller, but all of the steps lead to the duplication of the starting pitch. Like all scales, the major scale is made up of a series of whole steps (the larger steps, also called “whole tones”) and ... Read More

Principals of Basic Drum Beats for Rock, Part 1

...an accompanying graph for those not yet familiar with notation. We should assume the presence of ride pattern #4 in each of these examples: simply strike the high-hat at every counted division (1-&-2-&, etc) as provided in the first graph. The top row represents the snare hits; the bottom row, the bass drum. I’ll present several patterns in a more or less progressive way- but all are common, basic drum beats. With the exception of the last example, each is a one-measure pattern presented in a 2-measure staff so that it is easy to see how the end of the pattern connects back to the beginning. ... Read More
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