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Guitar Lessons in Huntsville, Alabama

Guitars are one of the most versatile instruments, and they are used in many musical genres. When you start taking guitar lessons in Huntsville, you are on the right track to becoming a great guitarist. However, there is a bit more to learn about the instrument than you can achieve through lessons and practice alone. Watching an experienced guitarist play can be both highly inspirational and a different kind of learning experience. There is a number of places in and around Huntsville where you can go to find inspiration.

Music and a Meal One of the best ways to make time for music is to combine it with a meal. Huntsville makes it easy to find a place with the right food and atmosphere to inspire your musical aspirations. Supplementing your guitar lessons in Huntsville with some live entertainment is both easy and enjoyable!

  1. Voodoo has never sounded as friendly as it does in the Voodoo Lounge. With everything you'd expect out of a grill and bar, you will not be disappointed in the food. Although best known for attracting excellent blues players, you can actually find a wide variety of players and musical genres. Be sure to check their calendar to see who is playing and when. (http://voodooloungehsv.com/)

  2. Bandito Southside has Southern/Mexican food and music to keep you stomping your feet. The music is almost a nightly event, so you can stop by to see which local players are on stage. (http://www.banditosouthside.com/index.html)

  3. LeeAnn’s has indoor and outdoor seating and a game room, so you can find several kinds of entertainment over the course of the evening. The food ranges from sandwiches to rib eye steak to glazed salmon. They book local rock bands to play most Fridays and Saturdays, and the occasional Wednesday. (http://leeanns.biz/)

Live Music Venues Restaurants aren’t the only place you can go for some different kinds of musical entertainment. If you want to have a night out on the town, there are a several venues where you can catch some amazing shows.

  1. The Von Braun Center, or VBC, attracts some of the biggest names across the musical spectrum. Whether you want to catch a legendary band, the latest pop star, or some good country music, check their calendar and you are sure to find something you will enjoy. (http://vonbrauncenter.com/)

  2. Tangled Strings Studio is dedicated to acoustic strings, from guitar to banjo to fiddles. If you want an intimate setting to really get a chance to hear the music, you couldn’t ask for a better venue. (http://www.tangledstringstudio.com/)

One of the best ways to stay interested in your guitar lessons in Huntsville is to find the right place that has music that inspires you. Whether you want a lively bar experience, a relaxing lounge, or something in-between, there are plenty of options for getting into a musical groove. The more inspiration you find, the more motivated you will be to push your skills to the next level.

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I've been playing guitar since I was 10, and teaching since 18. From beginner to advanced, I'll work with you on technique, theory, reading tab & notes, playing songs, etc. I write my own lessons and work with my students on songs that they are inspired by.

About Olivia
I love to create. The way I'm most comfortable creating is through writing; whether it's a song, a short story, a poem or a script. Writing has always been the bass line in my life; the heartbeat.

Music and film are both passions of mine. I graduated from Berklee College of Music where I studied Songwriting and Music Therapy. I was pushed to my absolute limits lyrically and musically within these majors, and I am so grateful for it now that I'm on my own creative journey.

I have a great deal of experience, but I am also still learning. I think it is very important as a teacher to always be learning, especially through their students. Teaching these lessons is, of course, about progress and advancement - but also about enjoyment, confidence building and positive encouragement.
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Liz N. December 6, 2013
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Finding Olivia was no coincidence.My 11 year old daughter is so psyched when she has her lessons!
It is in Liv's home,just a 10 minute ride from where we live,it's warm,safe,and filled with talent.
The passion of music is everywhere you look,Daphne and Olivia are
Ike old souls that just jive together perfectly.
Daphne has gained confidence,a mentor,and a ton of fun,
I thought Daphne was on a short lived path,as kids often jump from one idea to the next,but I believe singing is something she will definitely peruse.
I am so pleased with Take Lessons and especially Olivia.
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Melissa H. December 5, 2013
· Guitar ·
Wonderful!

She is very patient, organized, and makes things fun. She cares very much about what I personally want out of the lessons, and makes steady progress at a very natural pace.
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I can cover any genres a student might want to learn as well as different techniques including classical, fingerpicking style, lead, etc.

About Nathan
I have been teaching private lessons for close to 10 years and have been an active performer for even longer, playing in all different types of groups, from rock bands and jazz groups to orchestras and brass bands. I studied music at Frostburg State University (Bachelors) and the Peabody Conservatory (Masters). I can teach just about any age and skill level and cover anything you are interested in learning; whether its a certain style, genre, technique or song.

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My lessons are laid back, with a focus on perfecting the basics. Most students work out of a method book appropriate to their skill level. Aside from that we'll also spend time learning songs and pieces of the students choice. With the right amount of effort, you'll know your way around your instrument in no time at all

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Will provide sheet music and exercises. My students should have a working instrument as well as any method book or sheet music we are working on.

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I teach all styles and genres
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Sharon July 10, 2017
· Piano · In home
So far so good. My son is learning a lot. Cannot wait to see his progress.
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Patrick April 14, 2017
· Piano · In home
Thoughtful in his approach, creative and adaptive in his coaching
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Thang D. October 23, 2016
· Piano · In home
Nathan was very patient. I'm looking forward to my next lesson.
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About Abby
My name is Abby, and I've been playing guitar for about 15 years now. I graduated from Musician's Institute in 2007, and since then, I have had a great deal of experience teaching guitar to kids and adults, both individually and in groups.

I've spent three summers in a row teaching at Camp Jam and Day Jams, and I had the pleasure of being the Camp Jam kids director of the Orange County location in 2008. They were both great experiences . I have spent he last couple summers teaching School of Rock summer camps which was also a really fun time.

I love helping students find their passion for music and the creative process. I have been teaching at my current music school for about two years, and privately for about 6 years.

I have studied and taught many different styles of guitar, as well as note reading and theory. You could
say I'm a rock player at heart, but I love all styles.

I do request that if you are a male 18 years and up and you are requesting me to come to your house, that the first lesson be at my location. As a safety precaution, I do not go to adult male's homes without having met them first. Thank you.
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Being one of my first instruments, I have been playing guitar since a very young age. With a strong background in rock and jazz students can expect to build a strong fundamental of theory knowledge as well as versatility in multiple styles!

About Seth
My name is Seth and I offer private lessons for both guitar and bass guitars. Having a wide background of teaching all ages, and heavy experience with young children, I understand that every musician is in a different place. Whether you're just starting out or ready to get back into playing again, we can work together to establish what the best direction is for you.
I hold a bachelors in music performance from the University of Colorado Denver. Before involving myself with local Denver band Wildermiss and other musical projects, I was a member of the Blue Knights World Percussion Ensemble. Having gained that experience I was asked to instruct Rise World Percussion Ensemble where I was the front ensemble caption head. While going through school and my career I have recorded many different audio projects, as well as playing with various e
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Lessons can be offered both in my home at your own home within the greater Denver area!
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Learn to play songs in no time at all.

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Professional musician, engineer, producer, music educator with a lot of experience teaching kids and adults alike.
Taught in Germany, The Netherlands,Great Britain,Africa etc.
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Brian Ellis February 23, 2017
· Acoustic Guitar ·
Paul has been a tremendous instructor for me and my journey on learning acoustic guitar. During lessons he has also taught me music theory and explained it simply, and through that I feel like the guitar and music in general has been opened up to me and I now see music more clearly. I highly recommend him as an instructor!
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Amber Williams January 22, 2017
· Music Recording ·
Paul is an amazing teacher and mentor. Today we tackled harmonies while recording and it was so special to me. Paul is dedicated to his craft and his students. He prepares for each lesson, whether vocal or piano, and pushes me further along while reinforcing what we learned previously. He's just the perfect balance of strict and encouraging, always leaving me with a lesson that I had not anticipated and a whole lot of fun. I am so happy I found a teacher as great as Paul, he is truly one of a kind!
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Rhoda Seplowitz November 28, 2016
· Piano ·
My son is really enjoying his piano lessons with Paul. Paul is very talented, punctual and engaged.
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I've been teaching music for 13 years and my students have gone on to form bands, and create their own content for YouTube videos and indie video games. I cater my lessons to be unique to the student's abilities and direction for their own personal goals. I love working with anyone with a willingness to learn and grow as a musician.

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I have been engaged with music through choirs, orchestras, bands, solo performances, and teaching various instruments and styles of music for close to three decades. Instruction is very flexible and designed specifically for the student's interests and goals
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When studying with me, student will be taught the Spanish classical and romantic period guitar techniques that have produced some of the worlds most successful classical performers like Andres Segovia and Pepe Romero. In the first lessons the student will learn simple facts about the guitar and most importantly their hands. I base a large part of my curriculum and my students assigned regiments on the Julio Sagreras method.

About Jules
Jules's professional debut was at the popular HBO series Prison Break industry party. Since, his career has been substantial and successful. In the past eight years he has performed a range of musical styles from classical, jazz, and blues to rock, pop, and EDM. His more broad professional resume includes several notable performances. Such performances include the solo recital at the Prison Break industry party, providing entertainment at the TCCD Fine Arts Gallery, a concert in the Omni Penthouse for a donor's reception held by TCCD, with President Shimon Peres in attendance, college recitals, and successful scholarship auditions, as well as popular establishments such in DFW.
His most notable and commercially successful work was achieved in a solo act Only to be rivaled by the popularity of the notable groups he's been in over the year
s. Jules recorded, pressed, and published a demo, EP, and several singles, and played several performances in support of all the released material.
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Fred May 27, 2017
· Guitar · In studio
Jules had the unique ability to relate to students of all ages and levels .
He is a competent instructor
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Stacy May 27, 2017
· Guitar · In studio
Jules is a gifted and talented guitarist. He is very competent at teaching at all levels.
I highly recommend him
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A major priority of my guitar teaching is to have students making expressive music every time they touch the instrument.

I begin by working on tone production on the open strings of the guitar, so that students are able to produce a full, beautiful tone on the first day. From there, we study left- and right- hand techniques in the context of real pieces of music, giving students the chance to apply the mechanics of guitar playing to the expression of musical ideas. At the same time, I work with students through progressive studies and warm-up exercises that have built-in expressive goals, so that they can learn to rely on their own ears to further refine their playing.

As I believe that a good guitarist is, first and foremost, a strong musician, I fold a number of diverse activities into weekly lessons, developing skills in music theory, ear training, sight reading, composition, and improvisation, all of which reinforce the acquisition of strong technique.

About Jeff
I’m a composer and guitarist, with 20 years of experience playing and performing on classical and electric guitars. I’ve given solo and chamber performances across the United States, with recent Seattle performances including Astor Piazzola’s complete "Histoire du Tango", the world premiere of Brian Cobb’s "Campfire Songs," and the Seattle premiere of James Bonney’s electric guitar concerto "darkLIGHTness."

In 2010, I received a Bachelor of Arts degree in classical guitar performance and composition from Stanford University, where I performed solo recitals of Bach, Mozart, Turina, and Henze, collaborated with the Stanford New Ensemble on contemporary chamber pieces, and played lead guitar in the heavy metal band Full Metal Apocalypse.
I recently received a Doctorate in music composition from the University of Washington in Seattle, wher
e I’ve taught music theory, composition, and musicianship at the college level for seven years, and where I continue to perform with the UW Modern Ensemble, Inverted Space Ensemble, and Seattle Modern Orchestra.

A major priority of my guitar teaching is to have students making expressive, compelling music every time they touch the instrument. And as I believe that a good guitarist is, first and foremost, a strong musician, I fold a number of diverse activities into weekly lessons, developing skills in music theory, fretboard knowledge, ear training, sight reading, composition, and improvisation, all of which reinforce the acquisition of strong technique.

I teach a wide array of styles—including classical, folk, rock, flamenco, and heavy metal—and I look forward to helping you realize your musical goals!
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Want to learn to play your favorite songs, guitar riffs or solos? Frustrated by the lack of detail in music concepts and technique found with most online and in-person guitar instruction? I can help! I’ve been teaching professionally for over 20 years, have specific training in guitar (Masters in guitar performance), am proficient in all styles except blue grass, and know how to break down the technical and musical concepts in detail that will help you improve your playing and understanding of music in a fun and engaging way. You’ll learn note reading as well as TAB, chord charts, finger picking, the most popular strum patterns for any style of music, as well as theory (how music works) and more! I have years of experience both teaching AND performing in bands covering a wide variety of musical styles and can pass on helpful tips that can improve your playing.

Your lessons will be well structured so you’ll always know what to work on and how so that your home practices are as ...

About Michelle
The first song that made me want to learn guitar as a kid was Smoke On The Water and Nancy Wilson of Heart inspired me to be a Rock guitarist. I've studied guitar and music from grade school all through college and spent countless hours listening to my favorite songs over and over to figure them out (yeah, that was before youtube was a thing.

I've played guitar in school jazz bands and classical guitar ensembles both recreationally and professionally.

My personal philosophy is that life should be fun and learning music should be GREAT FUN. In all my years of teaching one of the things I've found that makes music fun for the student is when I'm able to teach something they thought was complicated in an easy way that makes the student smile and say "that's it!?! I thought it was more complicated. I can do this!". If that sounds
like the kind of lesson experience you'd like to have then get in touch and let's make music!

One last thing. I have completed a 3rd party independent background check and am most happy to provide you that information so feel free to ask.
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BEGINNERS:LEARN TO PLAY THE FIVE BASIC CHORDS WITHIN THE FIRST FEW LESSONS ON THE GUITAR. THEN LEARN HOW TO STRUM AND CHANGE BETWEEN CHORDS SO YOU CAN LEARN TO PLAY YOUR FAVORITE SONGS.

INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED STUDENTS: I CAN DEMYSTIFY THE GUITAR NECK, TEACH YOU SCALES , SOLOS AND TECHNIQUES OF YOUR FAVORITE GUITARISTS IN ANY STYLE.

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HELLO,
You can call me Andy!
I have performed and successfully taught guitar for people around the world. I also have all the clearances needed to substitute for the Los Angeles Unified School District since 1993.
My friendly and patient teaching style and teaching experience allows you to understand and succeed at playing the guitar.
You want to feel good about yourself when you leave your lesson and be inspired to continue improving on your instrument. This is what to expect when you sign up for lessons with me!
I guarantee a your lessons will be a pleasurable experience!
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