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Matthew M offers guitar lessons in Philadelphia, PA

Matthew M

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...In 2004 I graduated from Drexel University with a Bachelor of Science in Music Industry. Since thenI've been teaching guitar for over 10 years while releasing a number of internationally distributed albums and touring the world. ... Read More

Daniel G offers guitar lessons in Philadelphia, PA

Daniel G

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...Fun but tough. I can tell when a learner hasn't practiced, and it affects the lesson and growth. I always try to make sure that the learner ends the lesson feeling accomplished. ... Read More

Alex H offers guitar lessons in Philadelphia, PA

Alex H

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...I pride myself on my ability to adapt to the student and find the best way for them to progress addressing their strengths and limitations and being able to progress to increase the strengths and overcome the obstacles. ... Read More

Eddie L offers guitar lessons in Philadelphia, PA

Eddie L

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...As a musician, I have also developed instructional videos and materials sold around the world. My background as a teacher enables me to work with students of all ages and learning abilities, whereas my experience as a producer, performer and bandleader allows me to go beyond mere theory and methodology, and offer practical experience to get my students out playing and performing with and in front of other people, not just practicing alone.... Read More

Adam M offers guitar lessons in Philadelphia, PA

Adam M

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...Additionally, I've done scores for small independent films. As a bassist, guitarist, and drummer, one of the aspects of music that brings me the greatest joy is sharing my knowledge with others and giving them the tools and encouragement to set their own musical goals and achieve them.... Read More

Robert C offers guitar lessons in Philadelphia, PA

Robert C

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...I will give the students the tools they need to learn their instrument or instruments. I expect them to use the tools that were taught and practice at least thirty minutes per day and at least five days per week.... Read More

Justin M offers guitar lessons in Philadelphia, PA

Justin M

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...My guitar Lesson History started in My senior year of high school. I have been teaching Privately for close to 2 years now. Im young but full of energy, and new age Ideas; with lots of new Music.... Read More

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...a connected way. You won’t need your right hand for this exercise. The sound here will be generated by your left hand playing hammer-ons and pull-offs. This means that your left hand will have to play with enough strength and accuracy to be able to create and sustain pitches. To get enough noise, you’ll have to play as loud and hard as you can. This exercise will tire out your fingers, hand, and arm if done correctly. Feel free to adapt this exercise to be played anywhere on the guitar.       Finding An Experienced Teacher   Finger exercises for guitarists available in articles... Read More

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...your right hand won’t have too much work to do either. Here are some links:   Sheet Music Piano Notes Visualization   Lynyrd Skynyrd: “Sweet Home Alabama” (1974)     This classic came to us from the southern rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd in 1974 as part of its second album, the aptly named “Second Helping.” It reached #8 on U.S. Billboard Hot 100, and ironically, it peaked higher (#6) in Canada—it did have to compete with the likes of Barbra Streisand, Aretha Franklin, Elton John, and Paul McCartney after all (among others).   The song was not without controversy, but ... Read More
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