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Erik S offers guitar lessons in Orlando, FL

Erik S

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...My expertise is vast -- encompassing hundreds of performances in a variety of styles from operatic/classical to loud and rowdy rock to sublime Christian church music (old and new); encompassing over a decade's worth of teaching experience, from ages 6 to 72 (so far), on several instruments AND voice. ... Read More

Ronnie Z offers guitar lessons in Orlando, FL

Ronnie Z

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...Hello! I am a highly energetic and passionate music educator from the central Florida area. Over the past 10 years, I have worked with a wide range of instrumental students in and out of the classroom. ... Read More

John J offers guitar lessons in Orlando, FL

John J

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...Bass playing always was always in demand growing up and as a result I discovered that it can be more than just a rhythm instrument. ... Read More

Kevin F offers guitar lessons in Orlando, FL

Kevin F

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...I believe that repetition is key to mastery so I will sometimes ask you to practice exercises for homework or in front of me. It has made a huge difference in my performance and and surely will for you too!... Read More

Richard R offers guitar lessons in Orlando, FL

Richard R

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...He has a robust publication record and serves as a clinician for music technology nationally. He has performed as a singer in several professional operas and played guitar in bands.... Read More

David M offers guitar lessons in Orlando, FL

David M

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...I breakdown my classes as: Technique (rudiments, rolls, etc); Reading (how to read the musical notes), rhythms (rock, funk, 6/8, etc) and Songs (play along with songs to develop a good sense of timing) I use some standards books like Stick Control, Syncopation, Modern reading text, Odd times, Realistic Rock, Master with the greats, New breed, Latin soloing for drumset, inner clock, Art of bop drumming and many more.... Read More

Alfredo S offers guitar lessons in Orlando, FL

Alfredo S

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...I first started teaching how to play guitar and giving music lessons when I began to go to college, I used to teach as a part time job while I was studying, when I've graduated I switched from part time to full time, I've worked in several music institutions and I'd also given private classes, nowadays I devote this by doing more private classes in students homes and online, maybe soon I'll have my own studio to teach where I can bring my students into a more comfortable environment with more teaching tools for the learning process.... Read More

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