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Erik S offers guitar lessons in Orlando, FL

Erik S

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...I do not consider it my job to motivate you to be interested in music. I consider it my moral obligation to respond with all I can offer to whatever musical interests you have or suspect you have. ... Read More

Jonathan P offers guitar lessons in Orlando, FL

Jonathan P

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...Music has been a paramount part of my development in growing up as a person. I grew up listening to all kinds of different genres, and eventually developed an aspiration to do music for a living. ... Read More

John H offers guitar lessons in Orlando, FL

John H

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...My teaching style is fun and laid back. I let each student work at their own pace but I do encourage them to practice daily and learn proper technique. ... Read More

Joshua K offers guitar lessons in Orlando, FL

Joshua K

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...I then try to bring my approach into the picture. I have a very engaging teaching style. I feel that getting constant feedback from the student is very important.... Read More

Ryan F. S offers guitar lessons in Orlando, FL

Ryan F. S

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...I strongly believe that everyone is very different.  Learning styles and musical goals are very much a part of this.  Some find reading from a book helps them, so for most students I begin by recommending "A Modern Method For Guitar" from the Berklee Press, however for others a book is not as helpful as listening to some music and watching someone play.  I like to introduce as much theory as is desired from the student because theory is a very important part of the musical process.  Depending on musical interest, we can work with different genre's and pieces to promote specific techniques and practice routines.... Read More

David M offers guitar lessons in Orlando, FL

David M

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...I set with my students the goals along with a realistic pace for learning including practice times and listening times. I love to see the results and I'm sure that all my students will feel realized after 4 weeks of class.... Read More

Alfredo S offers guitar lessons in Orlando, FL

Alfredo S

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...What level of playing do you want to achieve, depending on your answers I will create an approach that It's going to be the most convenient for you, not everybody wants to play the same style of music, however, I have my approaches to teach, books, songs, exercises but my first impression is to get to know you so you can tell me what is your goal.... Read More

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...9th fret E at the 12th fret on the E string – octave E at the 9th fret on the G string   See what I mean? Any interval can be played several different ways and there’s usually no more than 5 shapes at most for every interval. Once you learn that shape it is A UNIVERSAL PATTERN meaning that anytime you play that shape you will be playing that interval. And jazz chords are made up of these intervals as well as all scales.   Conclusion   Learning to play jazz will require practice, skill, musical knowledge, and most importantly listening ... Read More
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