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James H offers guitar lessons in Peoria, AZ

James H

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...I can help you overcome the obstacles of the fret board and keyboard. I plan to support you and find creative ways to help you learn. I will help you read and write music, as it is a language which conveys emotion and energy. ... Read More

Ruben M offers guitar lessons in Peoria, AZ

Ruben M

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...With young students, I allow myself to be a bit more comprehensive in that I can start from the very basics from the beginning and even come up with simple games with rhythm, basic ear training and reading notation. ... Read More

Rob D offers guitar lessons in Peoria, AZ

Rob D

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... We also learn songs that both the student and I choose and prepare for performance (when necessary).  Here are the books I work from for each instrument, but please note that I don't necessarily use these for every student, only when appropriate: GUITAR:  Mel Bay's Modern Guitar Method (books 1 through 3) VOICE:  Master Vocal Exercises by Horatio Connell, and Sightsinging (Hal Leonard) BASS GUITAR:  Bass Method, (Hal Leonard, books 1 through 3) TRUMPET:  Essential Elements 2000, (Hal Leonard, books 1 through 3) ... Read More

Clarence G offers guitar lessons in Peoria, AZ

Clarence G

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...Originating from East Chicago, IN, I've known since 3rd grade that I wanted to build a career in music. Over the years I've been able to find my niche, and focus on engineering, composing, and playing live.... Read More

Christian R offers guitar lessons in Peoria, AZ

Christian R

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...I have found that sometimes someone might practice to simply just enjoy their time. If this is the case, your progression will be of course, a little slower than the first, however, this method of practicing cultivates a great sense of creativity a lot of the time and could be the tortoise in a race to the finish line.... Read More

Ben M offers guitar lessons in Peoria, AZ

Ben M

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...All of my students choose personal musical projects to work on and when they are ready to present I give them the opportunity to do so. One aspect of private lessons that is frequently missed is the importance of things ear training and music theory.... Read More

Eric M offers guitar lessons in Peoria, AZ

Eric M

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...This applies to players of all levels. There's always more to learn. I create a custom lesson plan based on the student's level and interests, then we jump right in, play and learn, and there's always "rock and roll" homework to enjoy when the lesson is done.... Read More

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...I started piano lessons when I was 3 years old, when I was still talking gibberish. In retrospect, I think I could have waited a year or two to start piano lessons. I wasn’t ready emotionally, but my mother, being an eager parent, felt the earlier the better. As a piano teacher today, I am often asked the question: what is the best age to start piano lessons? Generally speaking, I would recommend ages 4 or 5 and older—but since every child is unique in his development and abilities, I would advise you to review the following. Emotional readiness: Emotional maturity is necessarily because learning to play the piano requires patience, concentration and repetition. The student should be able ... Read More
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