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Erik G offers guitar lessons in Madison, WI

Erik G

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...I try to understand what the student wants to get out of lessons and adjust curriculum in order to best meet their goals. Generally, I use a combination of method books, sightreading, music theory, and improvisation in my teaching. ... Read More

Keith S offers guitar lessons in Madison, WI

Keith S

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...I also love teaching music theory and consider it to be an essential part of any music lesson. I taught extensively for a music store in New York and after returning to Madison recently, I am looking to continue my work as a music teacher. ... Read More

Meghan R offers guitar lessons in Madison, WI

Meghan R

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...I am not qualified to train vocalists interested in classical or operatic performance, only rock/pop/punk and musical theater. I can show you how to belt high and add rasp to your voice. ... Read More

Justin B offers guitar lessons in Madison, WI

Justin B

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...For all beginning students, I usually will take a lesson or two to assess where the student is at regarding music, depending on (if any) previous experience with music, e.g. piano lessons, etc.... Read More

Jimmy B offers guitar lessons in Madison, WI

Jimmy B

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...Because Ive been involved in the real world of the music industry I can teach guitar and flute students, not only how to read and play but to improvise and play.... Read More

Zach K offers guitar lessons in Madison, WI

Zach K

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...I'm a lifelong musician, songwriter, and performer, and my primary goal is to share the joy of music with the world in whatever way it'll let me.... Read More

Jonathan M offers guitar lessons in Madison, WI

Jonathan M

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...As my music teachers told me, if you listen to a record and you find something on it that you don't know how to play, go back and learn how to do it!... Read More

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