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Bonnie R offers guitar lessons in San Diego , CA

Bonnie R

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...I have known that I would be a teacher for my entire life, and I dedicate my life to spreading the joy of music. I mastered instrumental performance and music pedagogy while in college at the University of South Florida, but I continue to develop my skills every day. ... Read More

Ruben D offers guitar lessons in San Diego , CA

Ruben D

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...I do my best at teaching my students to read, write and create music. I also include many fun exercises to achieve finger dexterity.  For my more advanced students I will take them to local open mic nights to help grow their confidence. ... Read More

David R offers guitar lessons in San Diego , CA

David R

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...I encourage my students to have a good idea of what they want to accomplish, and through our lessons we'll focus in depth on not only reaching these goals, but doing so in a fun and creative way. ... Read More

Joshua B offers guitar lessons in San Diego , CA

Joshua B

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...My goal as an instructor, is to help my students develop and pursue goals through challenging but fun lessons that not only engage, but also educates, informs, and applies learning in music theory, sight reading, towards the development of solid guitar technique.... Read More

William M offers guitar lessons in San Diego , CA

William M

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...I truly enjoy teaching and bringing the joy of music to students of all ages. I emphasize developing proper technique from the start so students can learn to play with ease and comfort.... Read More

Joshua B offers guitar lessons in San Diego , CA

Joshua B

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...My methods as a teacher are very vast. I have taught many people and my success in teaching is unrivaled. I am able to make my students change direction, focus, get back on track, use a tangent to further a topic and much more.... Read More

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