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Instruments: Guitar, Bass Guitar, Music, Electric Guitar, Classical Guitar, Acoustic Guitar
...We will focus on: Chord construction and rhythm playing: Open Chords, bar chords, triads Lead guitar: Scales and playing and writing guitar solos Learning your favorite songs How to read sheet music, tabs, and chord charts Playing in bands, writing music, improvising, and developing your style Music Theory: Learn how the pros use all the same tricks and theories to write songs in every genre Fun techniques like finger picking, harmonics, tapping, and speed picking Healthy practice routines and self-study guides Hand strengthening exercises/stretches How to properly restring, setup, and maintain your guitars. ... Read More
Instruments: Guitar, Drums, Bass Guitar, Double Bass, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar
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Instruments: Guitar, Bass Guitar, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar
...When they have a good grasp on that, I start to teach the basic modes, such as the major, minor, pentatonic, blues, lydian, mixolydian, and dorian modes, and while they are learning these, I give them exercises that use these modes to increase the student's mechanical skill, such as going up and down the scales in patterns of three/four/etc. ... Read More
Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Keyboard, Electric Guitar, Classical Guitar, Acoustic Guitar
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Instruments: Guitar, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar
...Listening to music is of utmost importance: I encourage students and parents to seek out the types of music they love and enjoy it outside the lesson; if a student is unfamiliar if what they are learning, I often give listening assignments, and ask the next week what they found interesting about songs such as "Sunshine of Your Love" or "Smoke on the Water".... Read More
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