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Matthew B offers guitar lessons in Redmond, WA

Matthew B

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...I currently live in Brooklyn and play with my band, The Dogs. I've played on six records over the last two years including one that was named the fourth best free album of 2011. ... Read More

Thomas W offers guitar lessons in Redmond, WA

Thomas W

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...I have been instructing students in percussion since I was a Junior in high school and taught at the Denny Way Music School on Capital Hill from 2013-2015. ... Read More

Nick V offers guitar lessons in Redmond, WA

Nick V

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...And I definitely see music as being a hugely sacred and spiritual act that humans have been doing forever, and not just something that's taught in schools and done to win competitions or have careers, so I can relate to people's emotional connections to music and explore that side as well. ... Read More

Marcos B offers guitar lessons in Redmond, WA

Marcos B

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...I think the most important thing for students to keep in mind when they begin learning an instrument is patience and discipline. Many times were too focused on the end goal that we forget to appreciate the journey there.... Read More

Edgar H offers guitar lessons in Redmond, WA

Edgar H

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...I am regularly performing as a professional guitarist in various Jazz Bands, e.g. JazzHands, Random Guys I compose, perform and produce music for film tracks and cues in my own recording studio "Edgar Sounds"... Read More

Tige D offers guitar lessons in Redmond, WA

Tige D

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...With younger students, I focus on rhythm, simple ear training, and light reading. I will gradually introduce harmony and more intensive ear and rhythmic studies as the student progresses.... Read More

Andrew H offers guitar lessons in Redmond, WA

Andrew H

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...My teaching method consists of a focus on what the student is interested in, using what the student enjoys as a means of developing a comprehensive understanding of music and the guitar.... Read More

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...fraying or beginning to unravel, it is definitely time to change the string. This most commonly occurs on or near the bridge but can happen anywhere along the string. Finally, wiping the rosin from your strings after each time you play will help ensure that they are sounding their best.   The Bow     Naturally, the bow is an essential part of any well-maintained viola set-up. Just like a wind instrumentalist or singer’s breath support, the bow is a critical consideration in a violist’s sound production. There are three basic—yet incredibly important—things to know about taking care of your bow:   Never touch the horse ... Read More

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