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Timothy M offers guitar lessons in Detroit, MI

Timothy M


...I am known to be very animated and energetic as a teacher and I have learned that students feed off of this energy, allow us to be more productive which results in outcomes that are significantly greater. I like to focus on fundamentals and excellent musical character before working into repertoire and I have had a great deal of success with my students, having used this approach. ... Read More

Marc M offers guitar lessons in Detroit, MI

Marc M


...Also, on the professional outlook, It's much easier than people think to make money in music. You must expose yourself and create a promo pack. You are a bigger entity than you realize! ... Read More

Steven P offers guitar lessons in Detroit, MI

Steven P


...In 2011, I started a YouTube channel with my band, which performs acoustic guitar duets of popular video game songs. Now we travel around the country performing at various video game and anime conventions. ... Read More

Mikey K offers guitar lessons in Detroit, MI

Mikey K


...My experience is a mile wide AND a mile deep. I'm an expert in vocals, acoustic guitar, bass guitar, and piano. I'm a former 4.0 music theory student with a BA in classical and operatic voice.... Read More

Anthony R offers guitar lessons in Detroit, MI

Anthony R


...There is no way that I could expect any of my students to possibly do that, but I do stress the importance of practicing often while keeping things fun.... Read More

Kevin M offers guitar lessons in Detroit, MI

Kevin M


...I like to find out why my students want to play guitar, what they want to play, and foster their continuing growth by teaching them what they want to learn.... Read More

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