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Phillip D offers guitar lessons in San Jose , CA

Phillip D

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...-Played events including the Harley Davidson Festival, Vans Warped Tour, Lafayette Art and Wine Festival, Oakland Art Soul -Played venues including Slim's, Bottom of the Hill, Great American Music Hall, House of Blues, Biscuits and Blues and many others -Studied and performed with teachers such as David Fiuczynski, Tim Sparks, Jon Finn, Joe Stump, David Tronzo, Kenwood Dennard, Ed Saindon and many more ... Read More

Alan K offers guitar lessons in San Jose , CA

Alan K

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...I began teaching guitar after graduating undergraduate school in NYC. I taught some of my college friends as well as expanded to middle school and high school. students. ... Read More

Kevin H offers guitar lessons in San Jose , CA

Kevin H

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...I believe encouragement is the best way to help a student succeed. I believe music lessons should be enjoyable and try to make them fun. But even though we have fun, we still have to play the best we can and get the work done. ... Read More

Jeff W offers guitar lessons in San Jose , CA

Jeff W

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...One of my mentors used to say "you don't teach music, you teach kids." Every student is an individual and I try to tailor my approach to each student, depending on their learning style.... Read More

Richard M offers guitar lessons in San Jose , CA

Richard M

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...I'm currently in one band they are learning. I'm also looking for muscians for project I'm working on. I love teaching especially music. It's the only universisl language and I want to share it with everyone.... Read More

Jonathan H offers guitar lessons in San Jose , CA

Jonathan H

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...Understand that practice is a doorway to more creativity. Too often our attitude towards practice reflects a boredom with repetition, and relegates practice to being an undesirable activity.... Read More

Daniel W offers guitar lessons in San Jose , CA

Daniel W

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...I love jazz! Improvisation is a Huge part of jazz, and I love to teach others how to be free with their instruments like the jazz greats.... Read More

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