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Timothy M offers guitar lessons in Detroit, MI

Timothy M

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...I have had the great fortune to have performed in some incredible venues, including Carnegie Hall, Hill Auditorium, Trafalgar Square in the UK, Piazza Del Popolo Rome, and dozens of local venues in Michigan. ... Read More

Marc M offers guitar lessons in Detroit, MI

Marc M

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...I'll always reiterate the importance of reading..."Just think how good Eddie Van Halen would have been had he been able to read music!" For Children: Mel Bay Children Guitar Method 1 (Blue Turquoise cover) For beginners steel string and jazz: Hal Leonard Guitar method book 1 (Black and Orange cover) For Classical: Foundations in Classical guitar by Brian and Mary Lou Roberts I ALWAYS strive for the student to become familiar with performing and playing with others. ... Read More

Steven P offers guitar lessons in Detroit, MI

Steven P

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...More than anything music should be fun. The greatest musicians are the ones who enjoy playing music even when they're just practicing. I like to teach in a way that involves asking the student questions in order to get them to figure out the answer for themself, rather than just lecturing the whole time while they start daydreaming! ... Read More

Morris B offers guitar lessons in Detroit, MI

Morris B

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...I also can teach you popular guitar and piano licks, so that you can jam on your own and even come up with your own music. I'd love to teach you how to write songs too!... Read More

Evan H offers guitar lessons in Detroit, MI

Evan H

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...I started my musical career at age 10 with the cello, but pretty quickly changed to the piano. My formal education is lacking, but I've spent the last 12 years learning theory and performance through books, articles, and lots and lots of trial and error.... Read More

Benjamin M offers guitar lessons in Detroit, MI

Benjamin M

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...Hello future students! I much enjoy sharing my experience as a creative musician to my students whether they are 5 or 55, beginner or advanced. I am a patient teacher and do my best to encourage each student to find themselves as unique learners (musicians) unto themselves.... Read More

Vincent R offers guitar lessons in Detroit, MI

Vincent R

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...While fairly new to teaching private lessons, I have taught musicians I have played with and other family members, friends, and others. I have encouraged everyone I have taught practical uses of the instrument that relates the music theory found in specific genres to more comprehensible techniques to use on the guitar.... Read More

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