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Instruments: Guitar, Electric Guitar, Classical Guitar, Acoustic Guitar
...One thing that is very different about the way that I teach guitar lessons compared to other instructors, is bringing in other musicians to jam in a band type setting once the student feels comfortable. ... Read More
Instruments: Guitar, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar
...I write out a lyric sheet of their fav. Then, as they learn it, I sing along to it. This really exites a student, giving a feeling of performance. ... Read More
...I was guitar teacher at Yale University school of Music and Yale College, A. Babajanyan Musical Pedagogical College, S. Barkhudarian Music School, Sayat-Nova Music School and "Meet the Instruments Mentor" at USC Thornton Outreach Program. ... Read More
Instruments: Guitar, Saxophone, Flute, Clarinet, Acoustic Guitar
...For all beginners, I start off with basics. I like to use the Rubank Beginner (or intermediate) book along with weekly scales. A well rounded musical foundation is vitally important, so I make sure to balance classical training with ear training assignments that get the student to listen critically to music they're passionate about.... Read More
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