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Bonnie R offers guitar lessons in Oceanside, CA

Bonnie R

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...There I taught Music Appreciation and Pep-Band for one year. Being a Navy Wife meant I had to give up that job, so my husband and I moved to San Diego where I am now able to teach students throughout the city. ... Read More

Rachel B offers guitar lessons in Oceanside, CA

Rachel B

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...I am an artist with strong strategies and methodologies for teaching of young and adult piano students. She has diverse interests and background. Also, I have been teaching guitar over five years and performed with Grossmont College Guitar Ensemble. ... Read More

Charles J offers guitar lessons in Oceanside, CA

Charles J

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...I have a passion for music and a passion for teaching. I am proud to say that I offer individualized lesson plans that specifically cater to each student's musical goals and learning styles. ... Read More

timothy k offers guitar lessons in Oceanside, CA

timothy k

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...I start out my beginning Guitar students learning the "open string chords" - I teach my students how to tune their guitars in addition to identifying the note names of each open string - I teach my students "chord progressions" (using the "open string chords") - I get my students playing songs as quickly as possible - i ask my students "what songs they would like to learn?" and proceed to teach them those songs - After my students have learned the "open string chords", i progress to teaching them "barre chords" - I teach my students how to use a "capo"... Read More

Ishmael M offers guitar lessons in Oceanside, CA

Ishmael M

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...It's always a great feeling to see one of my students successfully performing a piece of music that they have been working hard on. Sometimes a student may feel they are not progressing as quickly as they want to, but I always encourage the students that as long as they are progressing at any kind of pace, they're getting better.... Read More

Olivier M offers guitar lessons in Oceanside, CA

Olivier M

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...Music had always been important in our family. I am greatful to have learn a such beautiful instrument as it hepled me to learn Bass guitar, Piano, Ukulele and other instrument. it gave me an ear for music and helped me to become more accomplished as an artist.... Read More

Jonathan G offers guitar lessons in Oceanside, CA

Jonathan G

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...I am both a musician and a mentor to people who want to enter into the music industry. Music has been a fundamental part of my life from when I was just five years old, and has continued to be my passion and career.... Read More

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...sound clear. If you hear any buzzes or odd noises then you probably need to re-position your fretting finger. Use down strums and strum each chord 4 times. Example 4: Two-Finger G and Two-Finger C Chord, Open-String Guitar Chords Exercise   As we begin to add fingers (and notes) you’ll notice that the chords begin to sound fuller. This next example introduces another chord-switching method called The Pivot-Finger Technique. There are two reasons for using a pivot finger: for notes on the same string, or for notes on the same fret.   Here’s how it works: In this exercise will be focusing ... Read More
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