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Kyle S offers guitar lessons in Portland, OR

Kyle S

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...I'm incredibly passionate about music education for all ages. I started playing when I was 7, and started teaching when I was 10 at my middle school, and have been doing it ever since. ... Read More

Corey C offers guitar lessons in Portland, OR

Corey C

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...Guitar-From playing melodies, fingerpicking, strumming chords, reading music, and tuning your instrument- your instructor will guide you step by step. Students use the Hal Leonard method book to start, which is a great book for introducing basic guitar techniques and methods. ... Read More

Amanda G offers guitar lessons in Portland, OR

Amanda G

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...I like to set goals during each lesson that are practical, yet give the student a feeling of accomplishment when reached. Goals are important to keep driving you forward and developing your skill. ... Read More

Brandon L offers guitar lessons in Portland, OR

Brandon L

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...Traditionally, I like to teach without a method book but each student varies in their wants or needs. I like to start my most basic lessons with learning the open chords and connecting them with rhythm.... Read More

Christopher L offers guitar lessons in Portland, OR

Christopher L

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...First and foremost, I want to get to know the student. I want to know what their prior guitar experience is, what motivates them, and what their goals are.... Read More

Cory G offers guitar lessons in Portland, OR

Cory G

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...Hi there, my name is Cory and I teach drums and guitar! I am a musician, a teacher, and an audio engineer, which all greatly contribute to the success and progression I see in my students.... Read More

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...C major chord. The formula behind all major chords is the Root + Major 3rd + Perfect 5th. We’re using a piano as an example because it’s easy, but everything I’m talking about today transcends the piano and can be played on all instruments that play multiple pitches. Try this formula anywhere on the piano and you’ll find that it works. Just make sure you’re counting the half steps correctly.     Now I’ll show you an easy way to build minor chords. Play that C Major chord again and then lower the E down a half step. This changes that major 3rd to ... Read More
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