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Tucker F offers guitar lessons in Edison, NJ

Tucker F

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...I am a active teacher, performer and composer in the greater NYC area. I love teaching and performing every chance I get so I can share my love of music with whoever will listen! ... Read More

David E offers guitar lessons in Edison, NJ

David E

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...I believe every beginner student must approach music with a desire to understand the core fundamentals of Classical music including music theory and history. As a teacher, it is my duty to keep the student interested and make the lesson plans enjoyable and fun. ... Read More

Vincent C offers guitar lessons in Edison, NJ

Vincent C

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...I am a guitarist, songwriter, vocalist, and a producer. I have three cds out and one in Germany with my own rock band at www.Vitalpointmusic.com, myspace.com, and facebook under Vitalpoint Rocks I've obtained two master degrees one in music and in education, as well as a PhD in Music education I've had my music produced by Badfingers Joey molland, which was the first band signed to The Beatles' Apple Records recording lable, and have also performed with the Del Vikings, Ben E. king, The Mamas and papas, and recorded with Al Greenwood from Foreigner in addition to many local groups. ... Read More

Luis M. F offers guitar lessons in Edison, NJ

Luis M. F

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...When I was not play piano or guitar for someone I worked as entertainment in different night clubs. Now I have a BA in music from NJCU and I love to be a music teacher.... Read More

Mack W offers guitar lessons in Edison, NJ

Mack W

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...While playing modern music is a big part of what makes learning an instrument fun and exciting, I also am passionate about getting my students familiar with reading standard notation whenever possible and playing some other genres in order to cultivate a well rounded understanding of the instrument.... Read More

Thomas H offers guitar lessons in Edison, NJ

Thomas H

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...It is my priority to make the lessons relaxed and most importantly, enjoyable. Music is difficult, and takes a lot of work, but it can also be so gratifying and liberating at the same time, and that's what I want my students to understand.... Read More

Nellie F offers guitar lessons in Edison, NJ

Nellie F

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...I perform regularly on a professional level all over the country. I teach pop, rock, jazz, and some classical for beginner to advanced students of all ages I've been playing guitar for the past 10 years and playing professionally for the last 7, teaching for the past 5.... Read More

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