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Featured Guitar Teachers Near Scottsdale, AZ

Bonnie C offers guitar lessons in Scottsdale, AZ

Bonnie C


...We learn to strum, play arpeggios and improvise...everything the student needs to feel comfortable playing and performing. I encourage participation in recitals and make times available on a monthly basis for students to explore performance in a non-competitive, encouraging atmosphere. ... Read More

Gerry D offers guitar lessons in Scottsdale, AZ

Gerry D


...I also play and teach bass and other stringed fretted instruments, keyboards, and drums and percussion. I began teaching private music lessons in 1968 and began teaching professionally in 1989 at AZ Bible College. ... Read More

Andrew W offers guitar lessons in Scottsdale, AZ

Andrew W


...I taught at Lockport Music Center under Ralph Fava, who was an advocate of the Berkley teaching method. I also have taught private lessons for 7 plus years. ... Read More

Christian R offers guitar lessons in Scottsdale, AZ

Christian R


...I know not all students are the same, and sometimes the parents input is a big factor depending on if they are musicians themselves! I am very encouraging while at the same time in it to push and progress the student.... Read More

Taylor P offers guitar lessons in Scottsdale, AZ

Taylor P


...I am a great listener, a fantastic communicator and a fun, expressive teacher that will make any kind of lesson a blast for students of all ages.... Read More

Ben M offers guitar lessons in Scottsdale, AZ

Ben M


...The best batters still strike out, but when they hit that sweet spot, boom! Learning music isn't just about learning to play an instrument, but to develop yourself and your brain.... Read More

Zachary H offers guitar lessons in Scottsdale, AZ

Zachary H


...My teaching style is this; if you have fun learning, you are going to have fun playing. Every player is at a different stage of learning, and that's what makes my job so amazing.... Read More

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Piano Tutorial For Complete Beginners

...with your hands together. You’ll play the C an octave below middle C with your left hand’s pinky (#5 finger). As soon as you get your bearings, start practicing this exercise to the slow click of a metronome (start around 70 beats per-minute). Every seemingly inconsequential thing you play on the piano should be an opportunity for you to develop your rhythm-playing skills, so have your metronome out and clicking while you master this exercise.   C major scale   Learning scales is a great way to develop independence between your left and right hands. In music theory, a scale... Read More

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Types of Ukuleles

...cone resonator installed under the bridge of the instrument. This resonator gives the instrument a bit of echo and warmth that can’t be replicated by ukuleles made solely of wood or banjoleles. You can find resonators made with sold metal or with a mix of metal and wood. These come in various sizes as well.   So yes, there is a wide variety of shapes, sizes, sounds and makes of ukuleles available for you to choose from. Make sure to play many types of ukuleles before you find the right uke for you. Armed with a little bit of knowledge of what’s out there you will be sure to find ... Read More

Recording a Demo at Home

...the songs flawlessly Before you even think about getting into recording a demo at home, you should be able to play your songs perfectly every time. While it’s possible to fix minor mistakes in post-production, it’s much easier to record it right the first time. Practice, practice, practice, until you can play the tunes in your sleep. It will make recording a breeze, and save more time and headaches than you can imagine.     Do your research There are so many resources available to learn about recording a demo at home, there is no reason not to spend some time learning about ... Read More

Reading Music and Reading Words Are Very Similar

...Learning how to read music – specifically, sight reading music – is one of the most difficult things that a beginner musician needs to do. Compared to people three or four generations in the past, people today have very little experience with sheet music. Everybody has probably seen sheet music, but actually reading it is a skill that has faded quite a bit from general society. At the very basic level, you already do have the skills required for reading sheet music. You need only take skills that you use every day and translate them to a new skill. Hear the Word You may have played this game before. ... Read More
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