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Marvin A offers guitar lessons in Norfolk, VA

Marvin A


...But with everything I teach, I am able to relate back to theory. I show students how to practice effectively to build their chops. And I of course I can instruct the students how to read and write music, with proper technique. ... Read More

Robert H offers guitar lessons in Norfolk, VA

Robert H


...In many cases there were no options but to try to figure out what they were doing. I never had a dull moment and music became a big part of my life. ... Read More

Jason R offers guitar lessons in Norfolk, VA

Jason R


...My teaching style is very analytical yet engaging! I try to establish a good relationship before pushing a student. At that point I will ask the student to play to the best of his/her ability. ... Read More

Billy J offers guitar lessons in Norfolk, VA

Billy J


...I love performing and having jam sessions with my friends, and I love meeting new musicians! I was performing in Southern Maryland but recently moved around the D.C area to begin my professional teaching career.... Read More

Roxanne C offers guitar lessons in Norfolk, VA

Roxanne C


...Roxanne is a singer-songwriter based in Richmond, Virginia. She earned her Bachelor of Music degrees in both Vocal Performance and Music Education from Longwood University in 2017. She has experience singing and performing many styles of music, including musical theatre, classical "opera", jazz, folk, and pop.... Read More

Justin H offers guitar lessons in Norfolk, VA

Justin H


...This also includes writing vocal melodies and lyrics. This is the most popular mode of learning for my students thus far. Even my beginner students have been able to compose their own tunes using a few simple chords and some basics in rhythm and meter that I have taught them.... Read More

Brad M offers guitar lessons in Norfolk, VA

Brad M


...A student who is engaged on their own terms and who has a say in their own path through music instruction often becomes a successful and lifelong musician.... Read More

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...of a scale you’re familiar with. How do you apply the chromatic scale to improvisation? What chord can you play the chromatic scale over? The answer is and isn’t obvious. The chromatic scale can be played anywhere. It can be played in many situations. The augmented scale works in a similar way. You kind of just have to figure out what chords the notes in the scale would work over. We’ve done this with every other scale I’ve written about already. This time, though, maybe not all the notes will completely fit the chord.   Here are a few chords ... Read More
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