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Justin P offers guitar lessons in Mesa, AZ

Justin P

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...My teaching style is fun and laid back. I want students to see their potential by playing the music that they love. If a student wants to learn Taylor Swift, then we will learn the things to help that student achieve those goals, and they will be able to do this in a relaxed setting with a teacher that understands the difficulties of playing music for the first time. ... Read More

Andrew W offers guitar lessons in Mesa, AZ

Andrew W

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...Guitar is my passion, though I do not have the degrees of some teacher I have studied and practiced guitar extensively for many years. I have studied under Jason Beaudreau who is a 25+ year jazz veteren and have educated myself for years as well. ... Read More

Aaron W offers guitar lessons in Mesa, AZ

Aaron W

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...High school students will work out of the Blue Standards of Excellence book for their freshman and sophomore year; along with a more advanced packet of warm up and scale exercises that I received from the ASU clarinet studio and my current clarinet professor Jeff Quamo. ... Read More

Clarence G offers guitar lessons in Mesa, AZ

Clarence G

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...From country, gospel, blues, to classic rock. Most of my experience teaching is with small children. I feel as though I connect most with teens and small children. I make it easy for children to play as soon as possible.... Read More

Benjamin F offers guitar lessons in Mesa, AZ

Benjamin F

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...However, don't practice longer than you can comfortably do it. If you are tired or not in the right mood, practicing is less valuable. Start by practicing 30 minutes — 15 minutes of exercises followed by 15 minutes of playing or learning songs.... Read More

Eric M offers guitar lessons in Mesa, AZ

Eric M

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...I played guitar as a hobby for most of my life, but got very serious when I began to study music theory under Berklee graduate, Frank Monaco.... Read More

Zachary H offers guitar lessons in Mesa, AZ

Zachary H

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...My passion is playing guitar, listening to music, and teaching music. I graduated from Arizona Conservatory for the Arts and Academics in 2015, and then graduated from Northern Arizona University with a Bachelor's Degree for Music Performance (Emphasis in Guitar).... Read More

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