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Jamison S offers guitar lessons in Fontana, CA

Jamison S

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...Simply, it is important to set clear goals, and understand all aspects of what one aspires to achieve. So, I always make a strong effort to cater to the needs, interests, and goals of my students, whilst building their general knowledge of the musical arts. ... Read More

Matthew H offers guitar lessons in Fontana, CA

Matthew H

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...My teaching is all about balancing the fundamentals of music with the love of music. We read music, notate music, listen to music, share music, and most importantly practice and play music! ... Read More

Dylan R offers guitar lessons in Fontana, CA

Dylan R

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...With 15 years of teaching experience, I tailor lesson plans to the student's intrests and goals.  I aim to balance reading and playing by ear, learning technique, and nurturing the student's individual playing style. ... Read More

David S. G offers guitar lessons in Fontana, CA

David S. G

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...I am studying for my Master's in Education and have a background teaching and coaching sports, as well as giving music lessons. I am finger-printed backgrounded checked to educate pre-school age and K-12 children and have a long history doing so.... Read More

Samantha G offers guitar lessons in Fontana, CA

Samantha G

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...Modern Guitar; Mel Bay is a very simplistic method for those who don't want to be bombarded with too much technique and have a less complex approach in their development.... Read More

Jordan S offers guitar lessons in Fontana, CA

Jordan S

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...I find students who miss out on this can often play lots of songs but sometimes are missing solid rhythm and finger placement work. Playing with the student is an easy way to build their confidence, too.... Read More

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