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Vincent B offers guitar lessons in Durham, NC

Vincent B

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...Each lesson plan I create varies from student to student. During the first lesson I have with a new student, I asses what they know, and what they would like to learn. ... Read More

Skip d offers guitar lessons in Durham, NC

Skip d

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...This may include allowing the student to take a break from a challenging piece if necessary, to let their mind calm down and refocus while they practice a different piece with different requirements. ... Read More

Angelo C offers guitar lessons in Durham, NC

Angelo C

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...Over the years I have developed my own method for teaching guitar students of different levels. The first step is always to determine the current knowledge and experience so we know where to start. ... Read More

James E offers guitar lessons in Durham, NC

James E

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...From beginners who have never played a note in their life to advanced students who have played for years I enjoy sharing the joy of music with each of them.... Read More

Fredric S offers guitar lessons in Durham, NC

Fredric S

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...I have found that the witnessing a student's development of a passion for music is a very rewarding experience. For each student to freely expressive their self through their music, it is important that they are allowed to progress at their own pace.... Read More

Spencer S offers guitar lessons in Durham, NC

Spencer S

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...I picked up guitar at age fourteen and began teaching myself. I travelled the U.S. for four years on my own performing both original songs as well as many other songs from various genres.... Read More

Braeden B offers guitar lessons in Durham, NC

Braeden B

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...I encourage this by setting realistic goals for my students at each lesson. Practice is where the magic happens. Acknowledging accomplishments helps fuel a students desire to progress, and makes students eager to learn more.... Read More

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...6th string in tune. To do this, you’ll need an accurate pitch reference to tune to. These days, this is as easy as searching “tune to E guitar string” through a quick internet search. After your 6th string is tuned correctly, play the A note located on the 5th fret of the 6th string. The pitch generated here will be the reference point for the 5th string. Once the 5th string is tuned to A, play the D note on the 5th fret and tune the 4th string to that pitch. Now, you’ll do the same thing on the 4th... Read More

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...Suzuki institute, a special time when students who have been practicing for several years in a row are honored for their commitment. That can be so inspiring. When you and your child see the kids who have been doing it for five or even ten years, that makes you want to do it too. You can be just as impressive as those ‘big kids’ who play such hard music. (And, it’s fun to be on the other end, getting your picture taken for having been so dedicated to your sport of music.) Now, what happens if your Suzuki program doesn’t have a practicing plan? Volunteer ... Read More
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