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Harold C offers guitar lessons in Houston, TX

Harold C

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...These volumes are supplemented by exercises, which I write specifically for the particular student’s needs. As the student progresses, I incorporate tunes that the student wishes to learn into the lesson plan.My guitar lessons take place in: Either locationGuitar Techniques: Lead guitar, Rhythm guitar, Open tuning, Fingerpicking, Slide Guitar, Performance, Improvisation, Jamming Skills, Reading Music, Music Theory, Scales and Exercises, Song Writing, Guidance In Equipment Selection ... Read More

John W offers guitar lessons in Houston, TX

John W

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...Many of these students Ive directed in recitals as solo students or students in a group. Ive also taught many guitar summer camps which emphasize playing in time as a group and which usually has a recital at the end of the camp. ... Read More

John M offers guitar lessons in Houston, TX

John M

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...Teaching in school. I know way too much about everything and I love kids. I always have cool things to show people and different ways of thinking that I think can be beneficial to the learning experience. ... Read More

Elijah R offers guitar lessons in Houston, TX

Elijah R

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...Music is like a language all it's own, and I try to teach it similarly to how we naturally learn language. Growing up we don't learn by grammar and rules, but by listening to others.... Read More

Hamilton L offers guitar lessons in Houston, TX

Hamilton L

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...I'm a multi-instrumentalist/vocalist with a fresh, practical approach to teaching, based on my 27-year on-stage perfoming experience. Everything I share with students, I get them to apply it directly in the songs they love, which not only shows them how things work musically, but also keeps them excited and motivated about learning music.... Read More

Bryan B offers guitar lessons in Houston, TX

Bryan B

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...All middle and high school was in the orchestra. Graduated 2009, then attended Lone-star for 2 years taking music classes. I was in a band for about 3 years. We did some events, but then I decide to leave.... Read More

Aaron D offers guitar lessons in Houston, TX

Aaron D

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...The lessons bounce back and forth between theory introduction and theory application. This continues throughout the beginning lessons, going from method to method accordingly. In the later stages I teach the student techniques and methods to improve form, speed, and overall functionality.... Read More

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