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Featured Guitar Teachers Near Long Beach , CA

Barry C offers guitar lessons in Long Beach , CA

Barry C


...I incorporate method books, tab, chord charts and my own personal influences and styles into the lessons. ... Read More

Lucas G offers guitar lessons in Long Beach , CA

Lucas G


...My teaching style is based upon tried and true methods of education that I excelled at while working in public schools. I make individual assesments of each student, deveop a long-term curriculum based on this assessment, and realistically set goals and objectives that will ensure the students progression. ... Read More

Steve O offers guitar lessons in Long Beach , CA

Steve O


...Instead of going from one page to the next in a music book, I like to combine multiple books and original practices to keep my students interested. ... Read More

George P offers guitar lessons in Long Beach , CA

George P


...With that, comes something thats most important, dedication. With dedication, you start a practice strategy, whether you want to memorize all the 12 major scales in all five CAGED patterns, or learn Hendrix's "Purple Haze" there must be dedication.... Read More

Jeremy B offers guitar lessons in Long Beach , CA

Jeremy B


...My goal is to inspire students to do great things and be performers. I will go to great lengths to get my students the results they want.... Read More

Saro B offers guitar lessons in Long Beach , CA

Saro B


...I perceive that teaching a student music is beyond simply having them play the right notes at the right time. I put High emphasis of posture, hand position, tone quality, etc..... Read More

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Piano Tutorial For Complete Beginners

...when you’re ready and use the pinky, middle and thumb fingers (5, 3, 1). If you’ve gone through every note in the C major scale correctly, you should have played the following chords: C major, D minor, E minor, F major, G major, A minor, B diminished.   All major keys will have this same exact sequence of major, minor and diminished chords:   Major 2. Minor 3. Minor 4. Major 5. Major 6. Minor 7. Diminished   Once you’ve mastered this exercise in the key of C with a metronome, try it out in different keys around the piano.... Read More

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...2nd, 3rd and 4th frets. Choruses   The chorus sections, which can also be felt as pre-chorus sections, feature the following chord progression played four times: F-Am-Dm-G-G7. At this point in the song, feel free to break out into full chord-strumming. Bridges   The song’s bridge sections include the following chord progression:   F-G-C-E7 F-G-C-E7 F-G-C-E7 F-G-C-C   At the end of each bridge, you’ll end with a C chord rather than the E7. This is a great introductory song for beginners looking to break into material that opens up the right hand for fingerpicking. You might think that the Imagine chords for guitar can be a little challenging in the verse sections, but this is an incredible song that is well worth the time and effort it takes to master.   ... Read More

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...2016 and have access to powerful production software programs like Logic, Reason, Garage Band, Ableton, and dozens more. This isn’t to say that synth sounds will ever replace live musicians, but everyone from Radiohead to Leonard Coen have found creative ways to feature electronic synths in their music to great success. Tool around with added instrumentation and layering to see what sort of sounds you can come up with. Work until you land on some sounds you like and add them to your song.   Mixing/Mastering   Even experienced songwriters who know how to write a pop song and who engineer their own ... Read More
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