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Instruments: Guitar, Acoustic Guitar
...I have been teaching guitar almost for as long as I've been playing. I'm a self-taught musician from the age of 15; at 16 I was helping my close friends learn; and by 17 I was already taking on students. ... Read More
Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Ukulele
...I usually use my own lesson plans for teaching the theory and fingering. However, I do use a beginner's piano book to help them to practice on their own while they are not in lessons. ... Read More
Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Bass Guitar, Ukulele, Music, Keyboard, Electric Guitar, Classical Guitar, Acoustic Guitar
...I like to make sure that my students are organized. I encourage them to bring a notebook to class to write down what they are supposed to practice.... Read More
Instruments: Trombone, Piano, Saxophone, Guitar, Flute, Voice, Clarinet, Violin, Drums, Cello, Bass Guitar, Viola, Organ, Trumpet, Synthesizer, Trombone, Harp, Saxophone, Accordion, Flute, Harmonica, Clarinet, Banjo, Drums, Ukulele, Bass Guitar, Mandolin, Organ, Recorder, Synthesizer, Lute, Harp, Electric Violin, Accordion, Fiddle, Harmonica, Double Bass, Banjo, Euphonium, Ukulele, French Horn, Mandolin, Tuba, Recorder, Piccolo, Lute, Mallet Percussion, Electric Violin, Orchestral Percussion, Fiddle, Oboe, Double Bass, Bassoon, Euphonium, English Horn, French Horn, Conga, Tuba, Latin Percussion, Piccolo, Keyboard, Mallet Percussion, Electric Guitar, Orchestral Percussion, Classical Guitar, Oboe, Acoustic Guitar, Bassoon, English Horn, Conga, Latin Percussion, Keyboard, Electric Guitar, Classical Guitar, Acoustic Guitar
...Scales, barring, arpeggios. I like to introduce the metronome, and exercises to improve rhythm. For reading music and pedagogy, I begin with the old Mel Bay Volume 1 and for classical students Sagreras studies.... Read More
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