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Travis M offers guitar lessons in Vancouver, WA

Travis M

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...Nothing is more rewarding than seeing my students develop a passion for music! Its important that each student progresses at his or her own pace. I encourage this by setting realistic goals at each lesson and by pointing out and acknowledging growth and success that each student has. ... Read More

Corey C offers guitar lessons in Vancouver, WA

Corey C

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...After completing his BA in Sound Design and Theatre for Youth at The Evergreen State College, Corey worked for the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Ashland Childrens Theatre and ran his own puppetry company steppuP Puppets. ... Read More

Lyra C offers guitar lessons in Vancouver, WA

Lyra C

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...Playing the guitar gave me the tools i needed to express my emotions in a healthy manner, and I wish to share these tools with everyone that I can. ... Read More

Daniel R offers guitar lessons in Vancouver, WA

Daniel R

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...So if we are learning a scale...perhaps we begin with a note at the time, then add a second and third, so on, until we have all eight notes or sixteen. - Slow down: If you want to play fast you gotta be able to play it slowly with accuracy and precision.... Read More

Cory G offers guitar lessons in Vancouver, WA

Cory G

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...I began playing the drums when I was just 10 years old, and they quickly became my first love in the world of playing and creating music. I took private lessons much like what I now offer my students for years until I began playing in bands and progressing on my own.... Read More

Justina L offers guitar lessons in Vancouver, WA

Justina L

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...I have been playing guitar for 20 years, and I have played trumpet off and on for 6 years. I went to McNally Smith College of Music for my first college experience.... Read More

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