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Featured Guitar Teachers Near Vancouver, WA

Here are just a few of the many teachers offering Guitar lessons in Vancouver . Whether you are looking for beginner guitar lessons for your kids, or are an adult wanting to improve your skills, the instructors in our network are ready to help you now!

Lee E offers Guitar lessons in   Vancouver, WA

Lee E

Instruments: Piano Guitar Voice

Each student is at a different level, and therefore requires different teaching methods. I like to implement the Hanon exercises for scales and warm-ups, also focusing on things like scales and arpeggios. For the guitar, I like to incorporate these concepts with chordal exercises as well, such as playing progressions to let the student's fingers grow accustomed to their forms. I then let the student tell me what his or her focus is, such as theoretical, classical, or popular. Read More

Joseph A offers Guitar lessons in   Vancouver, WA

Joseph A

Instruments: Piano Guitar Bass Guitar Ukulele

I generally split lessons into three sections, 1/3 with chords, 1/3 scales, 1/3 with songs, but every student is different, for example, If your goal is to strictly learn chords to sing folks songs over, I will emphasize more chord reading and learning time. If you want to play leads, I will spend more time emphasizing scales to help you learn how to improvise. There are also other excercises we can do like rhythm reading (just with clapping, no instrument) transcription/listening, and harmonic analysis. Read More

Corey C offers Guitar lessons in   Vancouver, WA

Corey C

Instruments: Guitar Drums Bass Guitar Ukulele

Corey has taught and directed music and theatre for youth for over 15 years. Corey was born and raised in southern Oregon where he spent his youth performing live music and theatre on stages like the Ross Ragland Theatre, The Linkville Playhouse, Oregon Stage Works, and Oregon Shakespeare Festival. He has been playing the guitar and drums, as well as acting and directing, since he was 12 years old. As a teenager he created Klamath Teen Theatre in Klamath Falls, Oregon and was also guest teaching after-school programs for local elementary and middle schools. Read More

Rory K offers Guitar lessons in   Vancouver, WA

Rory K

Instruments: Piano Guitar Bass Guitar Ukulele Electric Guitar Classical Guitar Acoustic Guitar

With new students, my first goal is to surmise what they have learned thus far. I then "fill in the gaps" to get them up to speed, which depending on their skill level, can take one lesson or many lessons. For younger students who need more inspiration to be able to do that sort of catch-up work, I attempt to balance the fun with the learning. Learning instrument technique can be tedious, so I do my best to help my students be aware of their weaknesses and play to their strengths, to work smarter, not always harder. Read More

Edward C offers Guitar lessons in   Vancouver, WA

Edward C

Instruments: Guitar Bass Guitar Ukulele

I have taught private and group lessons to 1st grade students all the way through Adult Centers that reflect ages 55-80 years. I've had at least three students win scholarships to Berklee School of Music in Boston, all of whom have gone on through a master's program. I have played in Rock, Country, Jazz, and Latin Groups. An original tune of mine was recorded by Elton John to showcase one of his singers. Read More

Lyra C offers Guitar lessons in   Vancouver, WA

Lyra C

Instruments: Piano Guitar Violin Bass Guitar

For beginning students I start with the basics of music theory, and demonstrating how this theory is used in rock n' roll, blues, and classical depending on what the student is interested. for intermediate students I aim to build upon their knowledge and help them discover more music, and build a greater understanding of music theory. For advanced students I focus on guiding their studies to a greater level through analysis of historically great pieces, the study of harmony, and how to capture and retain the emotional and mental intrigue of the audience. Read More

Brandon L offers Guitar lessons in   Vancouver, WA

Brandon L

Instruments: Guitar Trombone Bass Guitar Electric Guitar Acoustic Guitar

Without motivation from early teachers I would not have obtained my love and value of music. For me, teaching is a great way to give back to the community and to share music with others. It is such a special thing to be able to create with sounds and to develop confidence with an instrument. I graduated FSU with a BA in music, focusing on education. In college I played low brass instruments in symphonic band and guitar in Jazz band/combo. Read More

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