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Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Drums, Bass Guitar, Mallet Percussion, Music, Keyboard, Electric Guitar
...I enjoy taking someone from zero to 60 on a new skill that they didn't have before. I remember what it was like to want to play something that I heard or saw SO BAD but had no idea how to get there. ... Read More
Instruments: Guitar, Voice, Bass Guitar, Ukulele, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar
...The first question I will as a new student is "Why are you wanting to learn this instrument?" The answers vary from "I just want to play in a band" to "I would like to know more about music theory." Once we dive into why the student is interested in learning their instrument, I begin tailoring each lesson to his or her desired outcome. ... Read More
Instruments: Piano, Guitar
...On the other hand, if a student is progressing very fast then I have no problem jumping ahead to make the student more comfortable in their learning process. ... Read More
Instruments: Guitar, Saxophone, Clarinet
...I like to begin with some technical exercises at first, then progress to recital literature. For guitar, I either use Hal Leonard or Mel Bay (I was raised on Mel.) For clarinet, I use Hal Leonard Essential Elements, Klose, Rose, Labanchi, and anything else that seems appropriate.... Read More
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