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Shane S. Nashville, TN

Guitar: Beginner - Advanced, all ages

About Shane

I began piano lessons at age 6. At age 9 my mom allowed me to take guitar lessons provided I continued with piano. By 12 it was just me and the six-string. The first time I learned how to play guitar with one hand was from a hippie guitarist who sewed colored patches into his leather pants. One week’s lesson when I was 13 consisted of going into the teaching room, pressing play on the VCR and watching a video of Stevie Ray Vaughn live. That changed everything for me. I founded various bands in my hometown and started teaching guitar lessons when I was 17. I taught all styles, ages, and levels. After high school I received training in jazz guitar theory and performance at the Player’s School of Music in Clearwater, Florida and later studied guitar theory under a jazz guitar guru in ...

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Amy D. January 8, 2015
Acoustic Guitar · Online
Verified Student
My 9 yr. old son Will has enjoyed his guitar lessons with Shane. He looks forward to the lesson every week! Shane has done a great job teaching Will, and Will liked him right away!
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Amy D. January 8, 2015
Acoustic Guitar · Online
Verified Student
Shane has been a great guitar teacher for my 9 yr. old son Will....He looks forward to the lesson every week, and he has learned so much from Shane! Will liked him right away
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Melissa G. June 2, 2014
Electric Guitar · In home
Verified Student
Things have started off wonderfully with Shane. He's a patient teacher and my daughter truly enjoys her lessons!
Logan C. Nashville, TN

All Styles, All Skill levels, Age 8 and up!

About Logan

I am a music lover, educator, and songwriter. I have been playing music since I was very young and it has consistently brought joy into my life. I have been teaching since 2007, specifically to share the joy i find in music. I teach because I think everyone is capable of making great music, and I want to help you figure out how. I grew up in California and have toured extensively throughout the western US. I graduated from Berklee College of Music where I earned my degree in Guitar Performance in 3 years. Since then I've been teaching, writing, and playing non stop. *** Lesson Details *** My Students get a very individualized experience. I want to help you play the music you love or want to create. We start playing songs as soon as possible, because it provides a context ...

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Ashley D. March 25, 2015
Piano · In home
Verified Student
Logan has so much patience with my 7-going-on-17 year old daughter!
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Aaron A. February 21, 2015
Guitar · In studio
Verified Student
I've been taking lessons with Logan now for about two months and I am really happy with the approach he has taken in teaching me guitar. I have been a self-taught guitar player for about 8 years but had hit a brick wall with my playing. Logan is teaching me a lot of fundamentals that I missed when I originally taught myself how to play and is stretching me as a player. I'm learning at a faster rate than ever and I wish I wouldn't have waited so long to take lessons. He is patient and communicates very well and I always leave the lesson with material to practice at home. I have already recommended him to friends and definitely recommend him for both beginner guitar players and experienced players as well.
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Khiana R. January 30, 2015
Piano · In studio
Verified Student
My review does not stem from Logan as a teacher. He has been a good teacher, but my review is in regard to his professionalism. My daughter has been taking piano lessons with Logan since August 2014. I decided to choose Logan as a my daughter's piano teacher because he was budget friendly and had great reviews. I decided to have her take lessons in his home. Everything was excellent until this past month. We started with 1 hour lessons on Wednesdays from 4:30-5:30pm.

In November, I asked if we could change her lessons to 30 minutes and if it would be ok to change her time from 5:00-5:30. I informed him 3 weeks in advance of the change. He told me that schedule would be fine. I could not change the schedule online and this is my first time using Takelessons so I did not know how to change the schedule. After talking to Takelessons, this was something that had to be changed by the instructor.

I purchased 5 (30 minute) lessons and told him that the 30 minute lessons would begin after Thanksgiving. She used 3 lessons during December, and he took 2 weeks off to go out of town. During the month of December, I never received any notification of nonpayment, so I figured everything was fine. When we returned after Christmas break, I arrived at his home to be told that Takelessons had canceled our time slot and another student had taken our spot. He asked me if we could come the next day at the same time. I was a little upset, but I understood and agreed. I came the next day at the same time, and he was not home. His roommate tried contacting him and leaving a voice mail. He was at another lesson. I left him a message with my contact information asking him to contact me. I never heard back from Logan.

A few days later, I emailed him and texted him about the missed lessons. He apologized and offered to give me an extra lesson. I had to contact him to see what would be a good day to reschedule her lessons. I asked if Thursdays were ok. He told me he'd get back with me about the time. I contacted him again to see, and he said 7pm on Thursdays. I agreed, but then I asked if we could do 7:15 because my daughter has a previous lesson that ends at 7 and could not make his lesson at that time.

We had her 4th lesson at 7:15 the following Thursday. The next week he canceled because he told me he was sick with a fever. I said no problem. Then I receive a text from him saying I'll be 5-10 minutes late. I asked if that message was meant for me. He told me no. I was under the assumption that he was on his way to a lesson and wasn't sick at all. He made a mistake by sending me the wrong message.

For yesterday's lesson, we were running a little bit late and arrived at his home at 7:20. We knocked several times and waited, but no one was home. I had been stood up and inconvenienced 3 times in the same month. I do not live very close, and it was a waste of my time and gas. I called him, there was no answer.

As we were leaving, I called twice to see if I could reach him, and then he finally picked up. I told him we were waiting for him for my daughter's 7:15 lesson. He said he was on his way to another lesson. He said the lesson was supposed to be at 7 and I said no, we agreed to 7:15. He said he waited until 7:20 and decided to leave. I asked why didn't he call before leaving. He then made the claim that I had not made any payment for any of my daughter's lessons. I was furious, and I informed him that I had proof that I paid him. He was being rude, and I was angry so I decided to end the conversation and mentioned that I would contact Takelessons to settle the matter.

I sent him a text message with a screenshot to show my proof of payment and my contact with him about the schedule change, and he responded back by saying, "I do not appreciate the harrassment or defamation, please cease contact with me and contact me through our contractor." I have been nothing but professional with him, and I feel as though I did not deserve that response.

I have been inconvenienced many times, and I feel as though he has not tried to alleviate the situation. He has not been sympathetic even though my daughter has been a faithful student. I feel as though since he believed I had not made any payments, he had been disregarding our lessons. I told him if he had concerns about payment, he should have taken the situation up with me and talked to me instead of avoiding me.

After talking to Take Lessons, if the schedule had been changed by the instructor, the instructor would have been paid for his lessons, and I would not have lost my time slot. This whole situation would have been avoided if he had changed my daughter's lesson time on Takelessons. I feel as though he should take responsibility for the error and apologize the inconvenience. I have always been honest with him, and I have been understanding up to this point. I am trying to leave an honest review of my experience.

I am very unhappy and disappointed with how Logan has handled this whole situation, and I would not recommend him as a piano teacher because he has been very unprofessional. I think he needs to do a better job scheduling his lessons and have better communication with his students.
Matthew D. Nashville, TN

We start with the basics, keep it simple, and develop all parts of your musicianship while having fun! Fretboard knowledge, improvisation, and music theory are later used to expand on these fundamentals and take it as far as you would like to go.

Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Slide Guitar.
Learn Blues, Rock, Jazz, and Country!

About Matthew

An Ohio native, I began playing guitar when I was 6 and came from a musical family. I am an active performer, producer, and composer. My goal as a teacher is to foster a lifelong interest in music and give my students the tools they need to develop their art. If you want to get the most out of your practice time and build a solid foundation on which you can continually develop, a great teacher can accelerate your development and get you where you want to be. If you are a beginner or even a seasoned player looking to advance your playing, knowing which direction to go and how to continue developing can be a challenge. Methods are many, principals are few. Understanding how music works will allow you to become your own teacher in the long run and that is my goal with all of my students.

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Jack S. October 29, 2014
Acoustic Guitar · In studio
Verified Student
So far I've had a few lessons with Matt and not only is he a great instructor, but also a great guy who is eager to engage with his students beyond just learning to play guitar. I came into the lessons with absolutely no knowledge of how to actually play – I was a fan and that was it – but I feel comfortable playing chords and scales after a few lessons. I look forward to my future lessons with Matt and definitely recommend him as a teacher.
Steve G. Nashville, TN

My guitar lessons are completely personal. Each lesson is tailored to exactly what the student wants to learn. Simple as that.

About Steve

Hello and welcome to my Guitar Lesson Profile page! Take a moment to look around. I would offer you a cup of coffee, but at the time of this writing, it is impossible to email a cup of coffee. So here' s a little bit about my services. I'll keep it short since you don't have any coffee to drink. I am a private guitar instructor in Nashville, Tennessee. I specialize in teaching popular music to kids, teens, and adults. I can also teach songwriting basics, composition basics, and home recording lessons. Lessons are completely customizable and the only curriculum I use is what you want to learn! For those of you who may live in Brentwood or Franklin, I also teach lessons in your area. I really hope you have a great day.

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Liz J. July 8, 2014
Guitar · In home
My experience with Steve has been great, he is wonderfully attentive and intuitive with our daughter who is a beginner with learning to play guitar. She is always excited for him to come teach her and beams with confidence after each lesson. I appreciate his timely communications with me for any questions or rescheduling needed. He lets my husband and I know how to support her with certain skills and practicing etc.
His demeanor and personality is both professional and also very fun and engaging. He's always encouraging our daughter to keep practicing and most of all, enjoying learning guitar! Highly recommend...
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Jennifer S. July 7, 2014
Acoustic Guitar · In home
Both of my sons have taken lessons from Steve for the past three years. He not only helps sharpen their skills on the acoustic guitar, but has helped my younger son gain confidence and technique as a budding songwriter. He also spends time with my older son teaching him about recording technology. Steve is trained in many of the different areas of music that my sons are interested in and they look forward to his weekly visits. He interacts with them on their level and makes each lesson challenging and fun. We highly recommend Steve to students of all ages interested in learning more about music!
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Jeff J. July 6, 2014
Acoustic Guitar · In home
Steve does a great job with both myself and also with my 10 year old daughter (who struggles practicing). I love the ability to practice and play songs that I choose. I also like that Steve has a very easygoing demeanor in lessons so he keeps everything loose, especially when you're struggling as a new guitarist.
Caleb E. Nashville, TN

I am a 12 year guitar player and teacher. I studied under 2 time Grammy Winner, Curtis Burch to specialize in bluegrass, folk, country, jazz, and blues. I am very versatile and a sought after session player from Cincinnati to Nashville. I started playing when I was 10 and love teaching kids that same age.

About Caleb

Caleb E. has been teaching music since 2005 and is available to teach at your home or his studio. Caleb has helped students from age 8 to 65 and believes that there is no age limit on learning and trying something new or even getting better. Caleb is a two year student of the Kentucky School of Bluegrass and Traditional Music with a degree as a professional recording artist. Helping students achieve goals regarding musical technique, personal creativity, and self confidence is a personal mission for Caleb and loves to teach in a personal, hands on approach.

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Emily E. March 21, 2015
Acoustic Guitar · In home
Caleb began teaching me how to play acoustic guitar and ukulele three years ago. He has always been patient with and encouraging to me, understanding how I learn, and empowering me to explore musical techniques in my own way. In the past year of my career in music, I have been able to work with a band and record my first EP, and Caleb has been there to train me in musical performance as well as songwriting and recording. He is gifted with a phenomenal ear, mind, and appreciation for all types of music. Another unique feature about Caleb is his ability to deeply see and appreciate the talent and potential of others. In conclusion, Caleb is an exquisite musician and singer-songwriter, a respectful and honest young man, and an incredible instructor for all ages.
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Emily E. March 21, 2015
Acoustic Guitar · In home
Caleb began teaching me how to play acoustic guitar and ukulele three years ago. He has always been patient with and encouraging to me, understanding how I learn, and empowering me to explore musical techniques in my own way. In the past year of my career in music, I have been able to work with a band and record my first EP, and Caleb has been there to train me in musical performance as well as songwriting and recording. He is gifted with a phenomenal ear, mind, and appreciation for all types of music. Another unique feature about Caleb is his ability to deeply see and appreciate the talent and potential of others. In conclusion, Caleb is an exquisite musician and singer-songwriter, a respectful and honest young man, and an incredible instructor for all ages.
Steve S. Nashville, TN

I know, I know - there is no shortage of guitar players and teachers in Nashville, but often times the key to getting a student to learn is getting them connected with the right teacher. Just because someone is a great player doesn't make them a great teacher, and vice versa. If you or your child is interested in learning guitar, I just might be the right fit.

About Steve

Prior to moving to Nashville, I spent years as an instructor at the Newburgh Performing Arts Academy in Newburgh, NY, servicing not only students from the struggling local community, but also those traveling up to 40 minutes to see me for their weekly lesson. I began teaching group lessons, expanded to individual lessons, and my youthful, energetic personality soon had me handling upwards of 35 students per week spanning ages 6 to 45, ranging in abilities from "never touched an instrument before" to "starting to compose and perform original music," and including some children with special needs. My time at NPAA gave me great experience teaching students of all ages, abilities, and musical interests. Whether the student was just beginning, more advanced, interested in classical, ...

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Joe H. March 25, 2015
Songwriting · In studio
Steve has an excellent balance between a structured approach to songwriting and a spontaneous creative spark. Steve has the tools to convey the structure and inspire a similar spark in his students. He is a very gifted pianist as well. Highly recommended!
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Ben B. March 11, 2015
Piano · In studio
Steve helped me learn Piano and eventually better my overall musicianship. Great Guy and a Great Teacher, I'd recommend him to anyone.
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Vince T. March 11, 2015
Piano · In studio
Steve is a natural musician and his music flows best through the piano. He teaches more than just proper technique and how to read music, but also how to become a serious player with a core understanding of music theory and soul.

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