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Anne B offers guitar lessons in Redmond, WA

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...In 35 years of teaching, I've learned that everyone is different, and that is how it should be! The goals of teaching are the same for each student, but the process of achieving the goals is usually tailor made for each person. ... Read More

Morgan W offers guitar lessons in Redmond, WA

Morgan W

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...I create my own lessons specific to the students age, ability and style. I teach the fundamentals while also catering to the needs of the individual. ... Read More

Peter B offers guitar lessons in Redmond, WA

Peter B

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...To this end, as we look at songs, techniques, etc., I like to continue to remind the student that everything we do incorporates the basic knowledge that we've acquired. ... Read More

Jon C offers guitar lessons in Redmond, WA

Jon C

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...I have been teaching private lesson on and off since I was in college. I have taken the last few years off to complete my graduate education and begin my formal teaching career.... Read More

Max B offers guitar lessons in Redmond, WA

Max B

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...Everybody learns differently and at different paces, and I prefer to cater to those individual styles. The one thing I find both rewarding and beneficial is to learn at least one new song or lick at each session.... Read More

Jessica F offers guitar lessons in Redmond, WA

Jessica F

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...For all of my students, I try to incorporate a sense of body awareness and finding ways of learning that are the most comfortable and fitting for their specific needs.... Read More

Edgar H offers guitar lessons in Redmond, WA

Edgar H

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...Music and teaching have always been an essential part of my life: This was true as a teenager and student, when I worked in dance music bands, played in a classical guitar duo, performed in a Rock musical or taught classical guitar and electric bass.... 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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