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Robert P offers guitar lessons in Edison, NJ

Robert P


...I feel that it is important to focus on the individuals goals and interests so that each lesson is meaningful to that particular student..I focus on music, not exercises. ... Read More

John M offers guitar lessons in Edison, NJ

John M


...Just to clarify, I would never say that reading is not important. It is very important to people like me, as a jazz player, and I take it very seriously, as do many of my students. ... Read More

Maria P offers guitar lessons in Edison, NJ

Maria P


...I have been teaching for 4 years, I started in college at the National University of Colombia doing introductory lessons for children. Eversince I´ve been doing private lessons and group lessos as well an I enjoy it very much. ... Read More

Ed L offers guitar lessons in Edison, NJ

Ed L


...If you can play in the morning before school or work it usually makes for a better day as you did something for yourself first thing in the morning while your fresh.... Read More

Doug L offers guitar lessons in Edison, NJ

Doug L


...I consider my teaching style to be comprised of two major components - physical and mental. The physical component includes things like picking, strumming, finger strength, finger dexterity, and left hand/right hand coordination.... Read More

Chris I offers guitar lessons in Edison, NJ

Chris I


...My lessons are tailored to this philosophy, exploring the music that really moves my students and imparts the ability to actively participate in musical communities as well as communities that transcend music.... Read More

Raphael S offers guitar lessons in Edison, NJ

Raphael S


...I typically do not make lesson plans but go off of what a student wants to learn. I can make lesson plans upon request. Usually, for in-person lessons, we will play together and then talk about our playing.... Read More

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