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Michael B offers guitar lessons in Philadelphia, PA

Michael B

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...I am a knowledgeable musician who enjoys teaching classical guitar, electric guitar, bass guitar and musical theory. I graduated from Bloomsburg University in 2011 with a Bachelor of Arts in Guitar Performance. ... Read More

Andrew C offers guitar lessons in Philadelphia, PA

Andrew C

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...My lessons are catered to the interests of each student. Some students want to learn theory and proper technique, while other want to learn to jam to their favorite songs. ... Read More

Steve D offers guitar lessons in Philadelphia, PA

Steve D

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...I also play some classical music (I.e. Bach, Beethoven, Mozart, etc.) on my guitar. I have been teaching guitar since Jan 2003 (i.e over 10 years now). ... Read More

Mark N offers guitar lessons in Philadelphia, PA

Mark N

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...I often try to balance out the harder, sometimes tedious work of technique and theory with songs that the student requests or shows interest in playing. I still push for a varied repertoire that informs while improving upon technique and knowledge.... Read More

Erik C offers guitar lessons in Philadelphia, PA

Erik C

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...I have studied orchestra arrangement, Serialism, as well as Classical, Jazz and Rock music. I am most experiences in Rock / Metal music. I've been playing Metal since I was about 13 and I started to look at more complex music when I was about 16.... Read More

Eric G offers guitar lessons in Philadelphia, PA

Eric G

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...That way they can perform different songs, and their progress can be heard. Nothing is more rewarding then seeing a student enjoy themselves and improve through their lessons.... Read More

George M offers guitar lessons in Philadelphia, PA

George M

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...I graduated from Rutgers University with A degree in Jazz Guitar Performance but play multiple instruments including bass, piano, and ukulele. I have been playing music for about 20 years and Have experience playing in a wedding band, jazz ensembles, rock groups, and solo performances.... 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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...catapulted the group into international stardom. Although the main riff sounds like it’s being played on a bass guitar, it’s actually Jack White’s semi-acoustic, 1950s-style Kay Hollowbody guitar being processed by a guitar pedal to sound an octave lower. The song, which is the band’s signature track, is frequently played at protests around the world. Jack White, the band’s principal songwriter, said in interviews that he wrote the riff just in case the band was ever asked to write an original song for the James Bond movie franchise. Though White did go on to later write a song for the franchise, “Seven Nation Army” ... 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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