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Featured Guitar Teachers Near Santa Ana , CA

Jesse W offers guitar lessons in Santa Ana , CA

Jesse W


...It wasn't until close to 5 years ago when those friends kindly asked me to start teaching their children. It was then when I realized how much I loved teaching, so much in fact that I resigned from a cushy 9-5 office job to pursue teaching full time. ... Read More

Martin D offers guitar lessons in Santa Ana , CA

Martin D


...I encourage students to become greater at that, but always keeping the joy alive. Depending on the age, discovering everyone's potential is the key. I make sure student get excited for the next lesson and goes back to their instrument right after we finish the class. ... Read More

Dean K offers guitar lessons in Santa Ana , CA

Dean K


...I've even taught music theory and basic voice. With me, you gain the experience, the knowledge and the caring attitude you've come to demand from your instructors. ... Read More

David S. G offers guitar lessons in Santa Ana , CA

David S. G


...My students start to see results after the first lesson. That said results always vary depending on the individual. I like to set my students up to learn how to grow during practice, so that when we meet again they can ask nee questions.... Read More

Sean B offers guitar lessons in Santa Ana , CA

Sean B


...Every students starts and learns differently, so that's the place you meet them at and take them where THEY want to go. That 1st student? He's a Producer at VIACOM now!... Read More

Jimena F offers guitar lessons in Santa Ana , CA

Jimena F


...My goal is to give students anything that fits their needs.. I try to explain the roots of where the theory comes from. I was always looking for a reason behind it while I was in college.... Read More

Menno V offers guitar lessons in Santa Ana , CA

Menno V


...Practice daily and consistently, even if it's only for a small amount of time.... Read More

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