Guitar Lessons Fulton County, GA

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Featured Guitar Teachers In Fulton County

Here are just a few of the many teachers offering guitar lessons in Fulton. 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!
Felix G

Felix G

Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Violin, Viola, Bass Guitar

Teaching Methods: I do my best keeping my students interested, encourage home practices and improve proficiency. Every student gets individual attention. I plan my lessons, methodology and repertoire based on background and skills, and, of cause, I truly enjoy my students progressing. I have many students staying with me for many years.     

Teaching Styles: I am teaching for more than 15 years, both children and adults. I am helping my students to discover the world of music in unique learning environment which we create together. I believe that time together with the teacher should be most comprehensive by growing his/her instrument skills as well as feeding the student with information to promote their intelligence. 

Neil G

Neil G

Instruments: Guitar, Bass Guitar, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar

Teaching Methods: For beginning students who are children, I like to start them with the "Guitar Method for Young Beginners Series" and then into the "Progressive Rhythm Guitar". Even while a student is learning the fundamentals, there are songs that can be taught at every skill level to keep each lesson fun. Once the basic understanding of chords,modes,scales etc are understood, then the student will be taught any style desired, along with any help requested in any other aspect. The student always learns at an accelerated rate when right teacher advises them and that is my main goal every lesson.

Teaching Styles: I am a motivated instructor that teaches with positive reinforcement and will always make the lesson fun and productive. Every student learns at their own pace and I will teach accordingly so the student is never overwhelmed or discouraged. It is also crucial that I make sure the student understands why certain aspects of guitar theory exist, (scales,modes etc) so they know their importance and how it will be applied in future. I like to teach in a very efficient and effective manner, but also with complete patience and welcoming of any questions the student may have.

Stephen K

Stephen K

Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Voice, Drums, Bass Guitar, Synthesizer, Conga

Teaching Methods: The Guitar Grimore series books by Hal Leonard are a MUST for any guitar player. My custom method is stripped of time wasting and is listed next. My Method - Effectively tailored and re-arranged to my students' ability. From the spectrum of complete beginner to complete advanced: How to hold the guitar, pick, and neck. Show how to fingerpick. Identify the six strings and the notes that they are. How to tune your guitar. How to change your strings. Basic chord structure and how to read it. Finger stretching exercises. The alternate picking chromatic finger exercises. How to read tablature. Power chords. Beginner lead guitar exercises. Hammer ons, pull offs, string bending, blues pieces, pentatonic scales, music modes, guitar theory, sweep picking, arpeggio shapes, trills, multi-finger tapping, string skipping, improvising.  Music is fun. Dancing is fun. Dancing to music is fun. Constructing music is not necessarily fun for most, but I think we can all agree that it is rewarding. Note that at the end week in every month the student can learn a song or part of a song they love! Constructing music is fun for me; I'm able to do it as efficiently as my brain can handle at this age. I enjoy working on my skill, a song, a guitar track, a vocal harmony, or an album because I know I'm on my way to a goregous result. Think of it as a road trip where "getting there is half the fun!" 

Teaching Styles: I explained much of my teaching style in other sections; however, I am successful in getting my students more motivated than one would expect. I'll say it again: my hunger for knowledge and love for music is energetic. Music is contagious. Open your ears! It has been and will always be everywhere.

Richard R

Richard R

Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Bass Guitar

Teaching Methods: All guitar books by Vince Bredice Pub. Mel Bay (beginner to advanced) All guitar books by William Leavit Pub. Berklee Press (beginner to advanced) All guitar books by Mick Goodrick Pub. Hal Leonard (advanced) Beginner guitar books by Pub. Alfred and Hal Leonard

Teaching Styles: My philosophy of teaching is to help the student play the music that he or she wants to play and give the student a practical understanding of the guitar and music theory. I teach the skills that enable the student to apply themselves to all forms of music. Each student is an individual and is taught in a manner that inspires his or her personality.

Vinny I

Vinny I

Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Violin, Viola

Teaching Methods: Each students needs a different approach. Some understand things differently than others, and its the teachers responsibility to analyze and exploit the best approach in order to achieve success.

Teaching Styles: My style of teaching revolves around a solid foundation in technique and proper ways to practice. This is the hardest part about having music lessons, because its all about muscle memory.  I advise learning the basics before jumping straight into learning songs.  Again, its very important to play the right way, and more importantly, practice the right way. Another thing that I teach is that failure is not bad in itself, but its only part of the process that lets a sudent know what to work on. Many times, failure is a result of certain muscles and movements not being trained yet, and not something that is out of reach. When learning how to play an instrument, patience is a must. 

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