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Jesse K offers guitar lessons in Minneapolis, MN

Jesse K

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...When not gigging I am a fulltime guitar/bass instructor. For the last five years I have dedicated myself to teaching up and coming rock stars at the Minnesota School of Rock. ... Read More

Michael M offers guitar lessons in Minneapolis, MN

Michael M

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...I have been performing since age 7 playing classical piano in recitals with my sister. I got my first guitar at the age of 12. At 15 I was playing around town with different bands. ... Read More

Steve H offers guitar lessons in Minneapolis, MN

Steve H

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...I want to help my students to fill in these gaps to become more well-rounded musicians. Guitar students usually come in with specific bands or styles they want to play, so I will spend some time exploring that music to find the most accessible entry points and then start working on the basic techniques for a student's chosen style(s), supplemented with Hal Leonard method books to build reading skills. ... Read More

Daniel S offers guitar lessons in Minneapolis, MN

Daniel S

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...For beginng students i like to start with Hal Lenords guitar 1 book and progress from there. I like to start kids with reading notation and little melodies cause it will help them in the long run.... Read More

Branko B offers guitar lessons in Minneapolis, MN

Branko B

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...Praising students for every achievement, doesn't matter how small it is, and encouraging them to continue to practicing for their goals in small steps is very beneficial to their musical growth.... Read More

Raphael P offers guitar lessons in Minneapolis, MN

Raphael P

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...I have great joy in seeing my students succeed! When you succeed, I succeed. Together we are a team! I will correct you on the spot when there is an error, so you don't keep doing an incorrect guitar hand gesture.... Read More

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