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About Rodrigo T.

Frederick, MD
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About rodrigo
Hi. My name is Rodrigo T. Thanks for checking out my profile! Here is some information about my training and background:

Degrees: Master of Arts in Transverse Flute, Royal Conservatory, The hague, Holland.
Saxophone with George Garzone at Berlklee School of Music, Boston, MA
Derek D. December 11, 2015
· Saxophone · In studio
Great Lesson. Rodrigo was very patient and relaxed in his teaching. I look forward to the next session.
Isaac R. July 20, 2015
· Saxophone · In studio
Rodrigo was patient, gave effective advice, and showed real care about my progress. He pushed me to progress, and as a result I did pretty quickly. A+ teacher.
Isaac R. June 5, 2015
· Saxophone · In studio
Extremely knowledgeable, and patient. Great teacher
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Rodrigo T.

starting at
$35 / 30-min

About Lena E.

Centreville, VA
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About Lena
You like music. I like music. You want to learn how to play guitar. I can teach you how to play guitar, and so much more. It's that simple. I have real-world experience in getting out there and playing guitar in a band, in front of a real crowd, and I can teach you how to do the same. Whether you're interested in performing in front of your relatives, at your local open mic down the street, or if you want to pursue music as a possible profession, you need strong, basic fundamentals to get there. That's where I come in.

*** Lesson Details ***
Lessons include: guitar technique/knowledge/maintenance:
-Getting to know your instrument, such as the name for parts of the guitar, and what they contribute to the instrument. How to identify notes on each string and in every
fret across the fretboard. First, you need to learn how to speak guitar. This is like learning the basic language so we can communicate with each other.
You: "Why do I have to identify all the parts of the guitar?"
Me: "So when I tell you to strum over the sound hole, you won't mistake it for your ear."

-How to tune and care for your guitar such as changing strings
You: "Why do I need to learn how to tune my guitar and properly change my strings?"
Me: "So when you learn how to play the thing, it sounds good and stays in tune, and your neighbor's dog won't start howling when you pick up your instrument."

-Chords and Strumming: Open chords, Power chords, Barre chords, 7th chords, 9th chords, 1st and 2nd inversion chords. More chords than you can shake a stick at.
You: "Why do I need to learn chords?"
Me: "So you string chords together, and play a song, Silly."

-Scales (Major scales, Natural minor scales, Harmonic minor scales, Melodic minor scales, In every key and in six different positions)
You: "Why do I need to learn scales?"
Me: "Just to torture you. Just kidding! Scales build strength and speed and get your two hands working together. And scales are fundamental for learning licks and writing melodies later on down the road."

-Other fundamentals include chord chart reading, tablature reading, and specific technical skills such as hammer-ons and pull-offs, palm muting, using a pick, and finger picking styles.

Strictly for impressing your friends and/or classmates. Ok, not really. Music theory is important, especially if you want to play other instruments down the road, and to give you a the "Big Picture" of music.

Fundamental theory you will learn includes
-Basic music notation (The music alphabet, rhythm, the staff, ledger lines, time signatures, etc)
-Major and Minor Scales and Key Signatures (You've heard about the Circle of Fifths. Now you'll be able to decipher it!)
-How to identify and play intervals (Major, Minor, Perfect)
-Chord theory (What makes a Major chord, well, Major; Minor chord, Minor. Diminished, Augmented, etc)
-Harmonic Analysis
You: "I've heard about this I IV V I progression stuff. What does that mean?"
Me: "In due time, Grasshopper"
-Transposition (Good for changing the keys of your favorite songs so you or your lead singer can sing them in his/her vocal range)

First we learn this stuff through take-home worksheets. Then, we apply what we know to the guitar and make it useful and practical.

Music history and appreciation. Ever wonder about the origins of the guitar and how it came about to be one of the most popular instruments played in modern time? Or who the great Blues guitarists were from the 30's and 40's and how they influenced later day Rockers such as Jimmy Page or Keith Richards? Or how about how modern Western music formed and is what it is today, starting with Ancient Greece, through the Middle Ages, to Beethoven, to Ragtime to popular music today? Yep, we got that covered. It's all about perspective.

Songwriting. So you're tired of playing other people's songs and it's time to get your thoughts on paper. Congratulations. You are officially an Artist as well as a Musician. I can teach you how to develop your lyrics and chord progressions into cohesive, tightly arranged songs sure to make your Mom or Girlfriend/Boyfriend proud. Songwriting expands the limits of learning, that simply copying another artist note-for-note cannot do. Tapping your "Creative Vein" is the ultimate path to learning music. Let's get started.

music performance. Alright, you got knowledge, you got skills, you got songs. You have the tools to get out there and show the world what you can do.

*** Studio Equipment ***
office/studio 5 guitars seating for parents

*** Travel Equipment ***
I have my own guitar and curriculum. Students are expected to have their own instruments.

*** Specialties ***
Specializing in Rock, Folk, Country beginning guitar lessons. Focus on rhythm guitar, songwriting and performing. Incorporate music history and theory as well.


-Anatomy of the voice
-Voice maintenance
-Body awareness, relaxation and posture
-Breath control and support
-Tone creation and range building
-Tone placement

-Basic music notation (The music alphabet, rhythm, the staff, ledger lines, time signatures, etc)
-Major and minor scales and key signatures
-Intervals (major, minor, perfect)
-Chord theory and harmonic analysis
-Aural and rhythm skills

Have you ever how modern Western music formed and how it became what it is today? We’ll start with Ancient Greece, travel through the Middle Ages, learn about Classical composers such as Beethoven, and study different styles of music from Ragtime to today’s popular music all with listening examples to immerse you into the world of music history.

If you've grown tired of playing other people's music, then it’s time for you to get your songs on paper or recorded. I’ll teach you how to develop your lyrics and chord progressions into cohesive, tightly arranged songs. Songwriting expands the limits of learning that merely playing another artist’s music cannot do. Tapping your "creative vein" is the ultimate path to learning music.

Alright, you've got knowledge, you've got skills and you've got songs. You have the tools to get out there and show the world what you can do. But before you hit the local area open mic or book a gig, let's talk about music performance. You’ll learn simple, effective techniques such as strong stage presence and audience rapport.
Lyle April 3, 2019
· Singing · In home
First lesson. She is organized, has a plan and a process, and it seems still will be able to customize to my specific goals. Great start!
John C. August 3, 2018
· Guitar · In studio
I am an adult guitar student. Lena is a terrific teacher! She is organized and has a plan. She is very postive and encouraging. I am learning a lot from her and enjoying the process.
Mary April 1, 2018
· Guitar · In studio
I couldn’t have asked for a better instructor for my daughter’s first guitar lesson experience. Lena’s lessons are focused in her student’s interests and level of experience. Would HIGHLY recommend Lena for anyone who is interested in leaning how to play a guitar.
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Lena E.

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$40 / 30-min

About Ryan S.

Philadelphia, PA

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About Ryan
Bio as Musician:

Ryan was born on Chicago’s South Side and started playing guitar at the age of fourteen. Born with a deep passion for a broad variety of musical styles, Ryan studied with Grammy award winner and jazz giant Frank J. Rumoro at the Chicago Acadamy of Jazz Guitar. Since that time he has made a name for himself as a teacher, performer, session guitarist, and true stylistic chameleon. With hundreds of live performances under his belt, he has been actively touring the East Coast with several nationally recognized artists since 2014.

As a session guitarist, Ryan’s skill and endless pursuit of unique sound, tone, and technique have established him as a fixture in the Philadelphia recording scene. As a solo experimental guitarist his work pushes the sonic envelope of modern-day technology in pursuit of new and original musi
cal ideas. A dedicated collaborator, Ryan bring his personality and passion for experimentation to each project, while always working to serve the vision of each employing artist.

Lesson Mission:

“Music study was a way for me to find structure, discipline, self worth and expression. Through that I have grown as a person and a musician. My sole reason for teaching is to help others find that passion and those qualities within themselves to live a beautiful and fulfilling life through his/her instrument.”


Lead Guitarist for:

-Soul Rock Duo - "Nalani & Sarina"

-"The Voice" Country Star, Audra McLaughlin

-Indie rockers - "The Electives" and "The Captain, Pilot Driver"

-R&B singer "Ces Picerno"

-Rock band, The RAKNOSS

-Hip-Hop recording artist, Drew Smith

-Italian pop singer, Giada J.

**endorsed by Wampler Effects Pedals**

**Hundreds of live gigs played**

Guest Lecturer at University of Akron, OH "Pentatonic Scales the Western Integration"

Philadelphia Session Guitarist 2013-Present

Featured online instructor via Ibanez Guitars USA

Author and teacher of online lesson videos. "S. Shred Tips"

15 years of Guitar repair and modification experience

Extensive knowledge of guitar effects and applications


2009-2013 Harmony and Theory at Rumoro Academy of Jazz Guitar in Chicago, IL

2004-2008 Experimental Sound/Production The School of the Art Institute Chicago

*** Lesson Details ***
Students should expect a relaxing learning environment that is cultivated to bring the fundamentals of guitar playing to the student and promote individuality in the player through a meditation of self-awareness while using the vehicle of Guitar. Lesson are taught out of my home studio space located in the East Falls/Manayunk Philadelphia!

Lessons are structured around: Finger exercises, Chord building, Strumming patterns, Scales, Arpeggios, Harmony studies and Improvisational chop building.

Some lesson materials referenced are:

The Real Book 6th Edition Jazz Standards
30 hour Guitar workout Steve Vai
The Music Lesson Victor Wooten

after just 3-6 short months, students will see an increase in comfortability with the notes on the fret board, basic chord progressions and single note soloing!

*** Studio Equipment ***
iMac i7 Mavericks

*** Travel Equipment ***
student only needs guitar and Binder for materials given in class

I have amps

*** Specialties ***
Rock, Blues, Country and Jazz approaches to guitar as well as home recording practices
Dana M. September 29, 2017
· Guitar · Online
Ryan is professional and easy going at the same time. So far so good. I'm excited to keep going.
Shelly S. November 9, 2016
· Guitar · In studio
Ryan takes his time and tailors my lessons specifically to my level and to the type of music I’d like to play. He covers everything from the basics – like the proper way to hold the pick – to more advanced teachings like music theory. Ryan is flexible, patient, easy going, and he consistently teaches at a pace that I’m comfortable with. He provides take-home practice after every lesson and always has helpful suggestions any time I have questions. What I find incredibly helpful is that at the end of the lesson Ryan will run through the take-home practice on his guitar and let me record it on my phone so it’s easier for me to remember. When I’m ready to practice the next day I just pull up his notes and the video and I’m ready to go!

It’s obvious that Ryan has a passion for music, and it shows in his lessons. I would easily give him my highest recommendation.
Brandon October 4, 2016
· Blues Guitar · In studio
I have taken my first few lessons with Ryan and so far they have all been awesome!! Ryan is an extremely knowledgeable and talented guitarist, but he meets you right where you are. I feel my confidence growing more and more with every lesson. I look forward to many more!!
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Ryan S.

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$22 / 30-min

About Megan L.

Venice, CA
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About Megan
Based out of West LA, Megan Letky is an accomplished violinist and pedagogue who specializes in teaching primarily using the Suzuki method. She has recently earned her master’s degree in violin performance and pedagogy from the University of Oregon under the tutelage of Fritz Gearhart. She received her bachelor’s degree in music education from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas where she worked closely with concertmaster of the Las Vegas Philharmonic, DeAnn Letourneau. Megan has performed with several orchestras in Eugene and Las Vegas. She has also collaborated with non-classical musicians in less formal settings. Megan has been teaching children for over three years. While in Oregon, she maintained a private studio of 10+ students. She also taught weekly Suzuki and Music Mind Games group classes with the University of Oregon Community
Music Institute. When she's not practicing, performing, or teaching, Megan enjoys spending with her husband and miniature goldendoodle.
Carrie July 25, 2018
· Suzuki Method · In studio
Megan is an amazing instructor! She is fun, patient, and has made learning the violin something we have enjoyed so much!!! My son and I are learning together and her teaching style has been great for both of us. We look forward to our lesson each week and feel so fortunate to have found her.
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Megan L.

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$60 / 30-min

About Rebecca S.

Universal City, TX

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About Rebecca
I has been playing and singing for 20 years and teaching piano and vocals for 6 years. I continue to play and sing solo as well as with the Mission Vineyard church worship team. I am passionate about helping my students gain confidence not only in their musical capabilities but also in themselves as individuals.
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Rebecca S.

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$50 / 30-min
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About Luis M.

Chula Vista, CA
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About Luis
I'm a classically trained musician that specializes mainly on brass and piano instruments. I can teach woodwinds and percussion. Also teach languages for singers like Spanish, Italian, French, and some German.

I'm currently working on getting my bachelors degree in music education here in San Diego (SDSU). I already teach music at a few elementary schools and I teach lessons privately in my home. I also tutor music students at my college that need help with music theory, aural skills and ear training, music history, soloing, and languages.

My goal is to help anyone and everyone who wants to progress in their musical journey and teach them everything I know to be a successful musician because the music industry is very competitive. Although I do teach music for fun for those who simply want to be a little more musically inclined and to b
e able to understand appreciate music at its finest form. The arts are fading away and I'm here to make sure they stay !
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Luis M.

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$34 / 30-min

About Mason R.

Cedar Park, TX
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About Mason
Hello all, my name is Mason Roadhouse! I have been playing guitar, performing in bands, and teaching lessons since I was 12 years old. I believe that music is a powerful tool that everyone should be able to use and that learning an instrument can make a profound impact on one's life. Unfortunately, many find learning an instrument to be a daunting and seemingly impossible task, however the truth is that with a little bit of will power and a good teacher, learning music is easy and fun!
Are you somebody who is eager to learn how to play guitar?
Have you bought a guitar recently but haven't gotten around to learning how to play it just yet?
Been wanting to take guitar lessons but are struggling to find a teacher that you can afford?
Been taking lessons or trying to learn on your own, but not making the kind of progress that you'd l
ike to?

Good! Because you are in the right place, my friend. My comprehensive teaching strategy is designed to allow you to start having fun the moment you pick up your guitar! Not only will I help you to begin your journey of mastering the guitar, but I can also give you tips of how to do things like:
- Home recording
- Singing while playing guitar
- Starting a band
- Booking your own shows
- Soloing and Improvisation
- Understanding Music Theory

I am great with people of all ages. I do my best to accommodate my students and keep my lessons as affordable as I can. I look forward to teaching you and hope to book lessons with you soon!
Mason Roadhouse
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Mason R.

starting at
$22 / 30-min

About Dan D.

Dewey, AZ
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About Dan
Hi, my name is Dan. I teach guitar lessons to people in Central Arizona & all around the US!

I’ve been a guitar teacher for over 26 years. I’ll teach you everything that I know.

I teach beginner to advanced guitar students on both acoustic & electric guitar.

I’ll teach you how to play all the chords, solos, & songs that you want!

I’ll teach you guitar & music theory!

I’m an expert in rock, blues, jazz, bluegrass, folk, pop, and more!

You don't need to buy any books or anything else - I have 100's of lessons in PDF format that I can send you. This will cover everything we need!

Let's get started. I’m your guitar teacher!
Don May 11, 2019
· Guitar · Online
I learned a lot from Dan and he was always generous with his time. I could come into the lesson with lots of random questions and he always helped me out. He's a great guitar teacher!
John May 11, 2019
· Guitar · Online
I've had a number of guitar teachers over the years - Dan is by far the best! He is extremely knowledgeable, can teach any style, is flexible with his schedule and fun to work with. Thank you Dan!
Russ May 11, 2019
· Guitar · Online
You can’t go wrong taking guitar lessons from Dan, whatever your skill level.
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Dan D.

Dewey, AZ 86327
starting at
$100 / 60-min

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