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Andrew K offers guitar lessons in San Jose , CA

Andrew K


...For beginning students who are children, I typically start with some basic chords and scales. Once the student has progressed to have a grasp of the fundamentals, I will begin to introduce solo repertoire appropriate for their first recital performance. ... Read More

Phillip D offers guitar lessons in San Jose , CA

Phillip D


...Since the ear is perhaps the most important factor to anyone's musicianship, this will be an immense help to any student. Most importantly, my goal is to have fun and to share my love for music with anyone who is willing to learn and listen! ... Read More

Hristo V offers guitar lessons in San Jose , CA

Hristo V


...Vitchevs instrumental voice bears echoes of the tonal warmth and big-sky sweep of Pat Metheny, as he and Iago, his beyond-simpatico musical compatriot, switch off on leads, riding the rolling hillocks of rhythm provided by Shannon and acoustic bassist Dan Robbins. ... Read More

Jeff W offers guitar lessons in San Jose , CA

Jeff W


...Music is very much a personal journey. The learning occurs when students come to realizations on their own, with the guidance of a teacher. I try to give the student the tools they need to make breakthroughs in their playing.... Read More

Leo N offers guitar lessons in San Jose , CA

Leo N


...I began teaching private lessons part time about 4 years ago. In 2015 I began teaching at Larkin Street Youth Services, a drop in center for homeless youth in San Francisco.... Read More

Rafael F offers guitar lessons in San Jose , CA

Rafael F


...My style of teaching is very simple. I want to see you succeed and for you to be the best musicians they can be. I believe that as more passionate you are about your craft, more disciplined you will be.... Read More

Michael D offers guitar lessons in San Jose , CA

Michael D


...My teaching experience goes back to late high school, as I began teaching beginner upright bass to young students part time. As my passion and dedication to music developed throughout college, I expanded to teaching more advanced students, in a wider range of styles and instruments.... Read More

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