Featured Guitar Teachers Near Dallas, TX

Andy S

Andy S

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For Reading: "You're in the Band, Unplugged" Dave Clo, Pop melody books by Hal Leonard, Berklee Press reading studies, Bach's Violin Sonatas and Partitas, Charlie Parker's Omni Book, Jazz Real Books. I have my own methodology for every other aspect of music including theory, ear training, improvisation, etc.

Kasey K

Kasey K

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Hey Guys, I'm a very enthusiastic person with a passion for teaching and love for knowledge. I graduate from NMSU with my BM in music performance in 2010. I've had great sucess and am well traveled when it comes to music. From symphonies to quartets, jazz ensembles to rock bands, I've done it all. I'm a recent Texas transplant and I really excited to begin working!

Aaron H

Aaron H

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I am a fun and very versatile guitar instructor who loves taking a student to the next level with their guitar in which ever style they may be interested in. I just recently graduated from the University of Arkansas with a guitar degree in Jazz and Classical with a minor in German. I was the lead singer/guitar player for a Blues/Jazz band in highschool and played with a few local band in Fayetteville, AR where I went to school. I am currently living in the Farmers Branch/Addison area looking to further my teaching experience while also playing live music. I feel I am very good at being patient and explaining techniques to students of all levels.

Francisco S

Francisco S

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My methods for new students is to find out exactly what level they are at and accomidate. I have a collection of different books for children and for older students we can dive right in to a certain style.  I do believe that every musician should have a stong understanding of the foundations.  With a stong theory background I can push students to where they want to go.

Jeff E

Jeff E

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I have played guitar for 25 years. I began playing in blues bars and rock groups from 1998-2009. I have over 13 years of guitar teaching experience in DFW area. I began teaching part time 13 years ago and then eventually started teaching at various music schools on a full time basis. I have taught at private music schools, retail store teaching, and as an adjunct professor at community college. I have taught group guitar classes of 20-30 people at times. I have participated in many local classical guitar ensemble classes with weekly performances and gained valuable experience on what individual learners can do to get to that level. While I was performing as a graduate student, I always paid attention to what experience I could pass on to another student or how I could convey how much fun this is. So whether you are just wanting to learn at home for fun and enjoyment or are trying to take it to the next level of playing or performing, I can help.

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