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Adrienne S offers guitar lessons in Pittsburgh, PA

Adrienne S

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...I really enjoy getting the opportunity to work individually with students to help them achieve what they are hoping to with their music lessons and to make the experience enjoyable for them. ... Read More

Grant W offers guitar lessons in Pittsburgh, PA

Grant W

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...I am an eager and motivated guitar instructor who loves teaching and sharing my knowledge and passion of music. This past spring, I graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music. ... Read More

Ronnie L offers guitar lessons in Pittsburgh, PA

Ronnie L

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...Since graduating from Bethany College in 2010, I was teaching at a music studio in Wheeling, WV. Unfortunately, the studio closed down. Along with teaching there, I was giving private lessons from home and continue to do so. ... Read More

Alex S offers guitar lessons in Pittsburgh, PA

Alex S

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...I teach because I love it. My style of teaching largely aims to deepen the student's appreciation for the arts and to impart my own love of music onto them.... Read More

Joe M offers guitar lessons in Pittsburgh, PA

Joe M

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...From the years to 2005 to 2012 I taught Music, in Dallas, Texas at Mediatech Institue. I was sought out by the school and my first three hour class convinced me that this is how I should give back to the up and coming players.... Read More

Jason G offers guitar lessons in Pittsburgh, PA

Jason G

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...This is why each student will develop at their own pace. By setting realistic goals for each student that will both challenge and inspire them, I can better tailor my methods of instruction to their needs.... Read More

Kaitlyn S offers guitar lessons in Pittsburgh, PA

Kaitlyn S

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...She inspires me every day with all of the work she does. I continue learning and practicing to make her proud. I hope to be able to inspire people the way she inspired me to explore music.... Read More

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...have a Major 3rd interval while minor scales have a minor 3rd interval. This is determined by the total amount of notes between the 1st and the 3rd note (chromatically speaking). A Major interval will have 4 chromatic steps between the root and the 3rd, while a minor interval will only have 3 chromatic steps. C Db D Eb E = Major 3rd Interval C Db D Eb = Minor 3rd Interval The same interval counting can be done for any root note, for example the major 3rd of D is F# and the minor 3rd is F D D# E F F# = Major 3rd ... Read More
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