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Andrew W offers guitar lessons in Mesa, AZ

Andrew W

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...The way I have always approached teaching is the same way i learned music, to try and make each concept make sense by breaking down and relating basic key points of playing and improvising to each other. ... Read More

Rob D offers guitar lessons in Mesa, AZ

Rob D

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... After all, if you don't work on the fundamentals, then you won't be able to play your instrument any better.  And if you're not getting better -- and able to play the songs you want -- then you're not having fun! ... Read More

Christian R offers guitar lessons in Mesa, AZ

Christian R

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...I have found that sometimes someone might practice to simply just enjoy their time. If this is the case, your progression will be of course, a little slower than the first, however, this method of practicing cultivates a great sense of creativity a lot of the time and could be the tortoise in a race to the finish line. ... Read More

Taylor P offers guitar lessons in Mesa, AZ

Taylor P

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...I was initially self taught and in later years took classes and lessons from notable touring musicians to broaden my theoretical and technical knowledge of the fretboard.... Read More

Ben M offers guitar lessons in Mesa, AZ

Ben M

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...Any teacher can tell if a student hasn't practiced or put forth a good effort. Sometimes, you do have to let them know you know, but you try to do so gently.... Read More

Eric M offers guitar lessons in Mesa, AZ

Eric M

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...Fundamentals and fun go together like melody and harmony. I teach practical techniques and things students can play right away. I support that with the theory to explain it.... Read More

Zachary H offers guitar lessons in Mesa, AZ

Zachary H

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...I get to see where my students are at, and I work with each individual student knowing that I can make where they are at with guitar a fun learning experience.... Read More

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...tell us a lot about the social, political and artistic trends of the time the music was written in. We’re going to highlight some of music’s more important piano styles. We’ll give you some background and context as well as some musical insights and visual aids to help you understand each style.   Classical and art styles   If you’ve got a good grasp on how to play in the classical style, you’ll have most the technical prowess you need to be able to play within other genres. As the oldest of the piano styles, the classical approach to playing is the model for... Read More

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...it in the key of E as above and not use a Quick 4 so that only the Turnaround bar changes.   E E E E A A A A B7 A E B7 (Turnaround bar)   What happens when you reach the Turnaround bar is just what you think – you turn back to the beginning of that measure to the last use of the V chord (B7) and play the progression over again. The I – IV – V chords you use for the 12 bar blues To give you a list to play around with, so that you can find a comfortable set of chords to ... Read More
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