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About Jeremiah B.

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Los Angeles, CA

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I have been teaching guitar since 2005. I personally lean toward rock, blues, jazz, gospel , christian contemporary and pop. I've taught in school districts and churches for 2 years so I've come across many different styles and genres. Many of you have specific goals that will be honored in our lessons but I will tell you from experience that UNDERSTANDING is better than knowing. You will learn concepts that will apply to several genres and even techniques.

I have 4 levels of curriculum. Level 1 is for true beginners that may not even know ANYTHING about guitar. Level 2 is for the person that may know some chords like " G ", " C " , " D " or " Am ", etc. Level 3 is someone who knows all of the " open " chords and has moved on to barre chords but hasn't yet mastered many chord voicing on the fretboard. Also, this individual could be ready to explore the world of guitar improvisation and soloing. Level 4 is an extended study of the above levels. This student could journey deep into ...

About Jeremiah
Hello, My name is Jeremiah and I'm excited to be your teacher. Music has been in my blood since birth. I come from a family of singers and performers. I started my musical journey as boy singing in choirs. In middle school I picked up the saxophone, in high school I started guitar, and I've been playing the keyboard all along the way. At this time I perform in churches, conventions, coffee shops and public events using my voice, guitar and keyboard. Music is my passion and teaching music is the way I can contribute to this generation.

What I can offer you is the ability to play or sing any song you want within a few short lessons and all popular music in a little as six weeks. Even though teaching music is what I do I love to connect with people in general. There are principles in music that can be used in life : diligence, self-worth
, pride, and focus are just a few. I'm looking forward to meeting you and helping you meet your goals. Thanks for stopping by!!!

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I'm a very easy going person. I like to wear a smile and have fun. With that being said, you can expect me to politely influence a student to go the extra mile. I do make things clear when it comes to practicing and effort but you'll be happy finding out how easy that can be. In 6 weeks you can expect a student to be playing full songs in different keys and vocalists to become more comfortable with the vocal instrument they were born with. Thereafter, is entirely up to what a student wants to do with their talent. Within 3 to 6 months a student should be comfortable playing or singing in front of a family crowd or even publicly.

*** Studio Equipment ***
I have keyboards, guitars, basses, plenty of chairs, rooms, whiteboards and amps. Bring a notebook and mobile device.

*** Travel Equipment ***
Instrument (guitar or keyboard) and amplifier (if electric). Writing paper.

*** Specialties ***
I specialize in worship music, gospel, alternative rock, pop, fusion, r&b, motown, neo-soul and jazz. Using the circle of 5ths as well as the number system I've been able to teach students how to play any song they want in any key on their own.
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Daniz August 13, 2018
· Singing · In studio
Great experience!
Jeremiah has a unique teaching method and is hands down the best!
Very outgoing, down to earth, funny, helpful, and an awesome voice coach
Highly recommend! I learned so much from him.
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Joshua August 13, 2018
· Piano ·
Jeremiah Brewer is a top notch instructor. He really cares that his students understand the material he uses. He's also the kind of teacher that really invests into each person he mentors. If you're looking to really improve on your craft then Jeremiah is the teacher for you.
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Jeremiah B.

Los Angeles, CA 90039
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About Alex P.

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With a Bachelor's in Music for Guitar Performance from the USC Thornton School, I can teach you just about anything you're looking to learn, from classical to pop to jazz, songwriting to shredding!

About Alex
I have been playing music since I was 7, and now play the guitar, bass, violin, piano, and I also sing. By the time I entered the University of Southern California, I had released my first album of original music, toured the west coast with my own band, toured internationally to China, Canada, France, England, Hungary, Ukraine, and Austria, and performed with The Vienna Boys Choir among other notable musical ensembles.

Since receiving my Bachelor's degree in Guitar Performance (with a minor in Music Recording) from USC, I have released three more albums of original music, produced four albums for other artists, and have toured nationally with my own band. I currently play in three Los Angeles area bands and am the live sound engineer for another. I have taught guitar at West Coast Music Academy 18 months, and have taught private lesso
ns for the last 6 years.

With all of this experience and knowledge, I offer a student a very rich understanding of many styles of music. I can ensure that a student gets on the right track towards a bright musical future, whether they want to become a professional musician or whether they want guitar as a lifelong hobby.

*** Lesson Details ***
When you take lessons from me, you will be taking the fastest route to success: playing a lot of guitar! We will cover everything from music theory to technique to soloing to playing your favorite songs, but we won't be spending the lesson time talking. Everything you learn will be quickly put into a playable, practical context, so that you learn the most, and have the most fun!

I have high expectations for my students, and practicing every day is a requirement. But because my curriculum is personally tailored to each individual student, and involves a lot of the music that the student is most passionate about, I find my students often love to practice! I also use a variety of musical texts to enrich the students learning (including, but not limited to, Practical Theory for Guitar by Don Latarski, Effortless Mastery by Kenny Werner, the Real Book series, and various Mel Bay books).

After about 6 months, a new student will have learned most basic chords and scales, the building blocks of playing solos, and a good handful of their favorite songs! More experienced students will have enriched their understanding of guitar and how it relates to the music they love, and music that is new to them!

*** Studio Equipment ***
Lessons will happen in a studio room at the guest house, electric/acoustic guitars, bass and amps are available, it has instruments on the wall, computer with recording equipment, free street parking. In the event that a student in allergic to cats/dogs, the lessons can occur on the backyard at a roofed area.

*** Travel Equipment ***
guitar, amp, any effects if necessary. student must provide guitar (any kind)

*** Specialties ***
I specialize in rock, pop, folk, and jazz guitar styles. I focus on material that the individual student is excited about and wants to learn, and incorporate fundamentals and other pertinent skills necessary to maximize the students ability.

For bass guitar I specialize in rock and pop.

Contemporary songwriting technique is not genre-specific and I can teach any type of songwriting, from hip hop to country to rock. I have been a songwriter for 7 years, and have released 3 full length albums and one EP of my original material. I was also a student in the pilot classes which later became USC's Popular Music degree program. These classes focused on songwriting and were taught by industry veterans Chris Sampson and Richard Smith.

I was trained in advanced music theory as part of my degree from USC. I integrate theory into my other lessons but I can also teach theory alone.

I have advanced skills with ProTools and have extensive experience (5 years) in recording, from professional studios to personal home setups.
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Kathy B. July 6, 2018
· Piano · In home
Amazing !!!
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Jax May 29, 2018
· Guitar · In home
Alex is great! Classically trained musician, very easy to get on with, knows his stuff. Highly recommend.
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Cherry H. May 14, 2018
· Music Recording · In studio
He is a really nice guy and comfortable to work with being taught. In my first visit I was taught a lot more than I thought I would. Very surprising.
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Alex P.

Los Angeles, CA 90038
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About John E.

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Los Angeles, CA
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Chords, scales, reading charts, lyric sheets, tabs, sheet music, folk, rock, jazz, songwriting, etc.

About John
I've been playing music for over twenty years as a brass player, pianist, guitarist, composer, and electronic musician. I've studied and performed across the country—starting in Seattle, then New York and the northeast, and finally here in Los Angeles.

As a performer, I have trained and play extensively on the French horn, piano, and guitar. I perform in a variety of styles—from classical to jazz, pop/rock styles, and modern and experimental music.

As a composer and sound designer, I work in a variety of settings, from composing for orchestra, string quartet, percussion, and groups of all shapes and sizes, to designing sound for theater and film.

I earned my Bachelor's degree at Bennington College in Vermont and my Master's degree at CalArts. I play all around LA as a freelance orchestral musician, in my brass quartet, a studio h
ornist (recorded on will.i.am's last album, The Grasshopper Lies Heavy, and with Horse's Mouth, to name a few), and in various other groups. I have taught at Bennington College, Summer Sonatina Piano School, Sage City Symphony's Young Composers Project, CalArts, Barnsdall Park's Junior Art Center, and Santa Monica Music Center. I have been teaching privately since high school and love working with students to meet their individual goals in music.

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I provide my own instrument for demonstration and group playing when applicable. I provide sheet music and method books for use in lessons or temporary loan. I expect students to have their own instrument and music stand for use during lessons. If using electric guitar, they should have their own amplifier. In theory or songwriting lessons, they should have their own staff paper. I ask students to purchase their own method books and music when needed.
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Matthew A. December 28, 2015
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John is very patient and works well with children. He is always prepared for the lessons. Recommend!
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Brandon A. May 12, 2015
· Guitar · In studio
John is a great teacher! He's open to working with many styles and he's talented in more than one instrument.
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Christoffer S. August 19, 2014
· Composition · In studio
John is a brilliant composer and instrumentalist. I worked with him extensively while studying at CalArts. His musicianship and knowledge of music theory is in depth, and he is easily able to pass this information on to students. I highly recommend him as a teacher to any level of musician.
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John E.

Los Angeles, CA 90025
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$40 / 30-min

About Rodrigo R.

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Long Beach, CA

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Classical, fingerpicking and Latinoamerican rhythms.

About Rodrigo
With an associates degree from El Camino, and lots of musical studies in Mexico, I have been fortunate to tour through the States and through my country. My lessons include real working tips for the real life, keeping it fun as the material is created for your specific needs. I am a multi-instrumentalist that will pass as much knowledge as you can practice...
Let's work together...

*** Lesson Details ***
We'll cover music basic theory and the most part of your lesson will be the music you want to learn, saving a small portion of the time to repertoire that I consider will help you grow musically.

*** Studio Equipment ***
Sibelius, Logic, apple, Kala ukes, U-bass, vihuela, charango, piano, keyboard, accordion, acoustic and electric guitars, panflutes, boss fx, amps, mics, and more.

*** Travel Equipment ***
instruments and books needed
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*** Specialties ***
mariachi, Catholic music, Andean music, Latin rhythms
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Tui May 22, 2019
· Ukulele · In home
My son is a BEGINNER beginner. Rodrigo is a very nice guy and seems to know his stuff very well. I would give him 5 stars but I don't think he realized that my son needed the basic, basic 1st lesson (i.e. how to hold the instrument). We've only attended one session so this is fully based on that one lesson. I'm sure he'll adjust his teaching from here on out.
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Rosa Rodriguez May 22, 2018
· Accordion · In home
Mr. Rodrigo is a professional, respectful and super patient instructor. I could not made a better choice. I am looking forward to my next class @
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Axel October 26, 2017
· Ukulele · Online
Rodrigo is a great teacher, not only an expert musician, but he shares all his knowledge.
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Rodrigo R.

Long Beach, CA 90805
(14)
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$45 / 30-min

About Dillon C.

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Los Angeles, CA

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About Dillon
Dillon C., a San Diego native, has been studying guitar since age 11. He began gigging professionally with local rock groups at age 14 and became interested in jazz while in high school where he played in the La Costa Canyon High School Jazz Band. In 2009, his rock group, The New Archaic, won Best New Artist at the San Diego Music Awards and were nominated for Best Alternative Album in 2010.

He graduated from San Diego State University as a Classical Guitar Performance major where he studied under world-famous classical guitarist Celin Romero. He received a scholarship to study in Spain under legendary guitarists Manuel Barrueco and David Russell. He studied jazz guitar under local luminaries Peter Sprague and Bob Boss. He plays in many different jazz groups around town, most notably the In Motion Collective which was voted Best Jazz a
t the 2011 San Diego Music Awards and nominated for the same award in 2013. The group has opened for national and international acts like the Mattson 2, Budos Band, Sierre Leone Refugee All-Stars, and Zongo Junction.

Dillon began teaching while still in high school, where he taught the Magdalena YMCA group guitar classes. He has also been teaching privately since then as well as at the Encinitas School of Music and Electric Ladyland Music School in Ocean Beach. He focuses on learning chords and songs, developing rhythm, proper technique, an understanding of theory and composition, all while making the lessons fun and interesting for the student.

*** Lesson Details ***
All you need to be prepared on our first lesson is your guitar (acoustic or electric) and a folder for lesson materials. If you are doing piano lessons you will need a folder for lesson materials only. I will provide a keyboard for you.
Options for lesson times are 30, 45, or 60 minute lessons.
I start beginner students with some great introductory chords and songs and use these as a platform to develop technique. As you progress, we will get into more challenging songs, learn about music theory (scales, keys, improvisation) and will also learn about composing songs.

*** Studio Equipment ***
Electric and Acoustic Guitars
Nord Electro Keyboard
Amplifiers
Laptop/Speakers for Education Aid

*** Travel Equipment ***
Taylor Acoustic Guitar
Laptop for Education Aid

*** Specialties ***
I specialize in rock/jazz/blues and folk/fingerstyle. I incorporate my classical training to develop smoother technique in these styles. I also have many years experience in teaching younger students (ages 7-18)
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Matthew H. January 30, 2015
· Guitar · In home
Dillon is a first rate guitar instructor!

I've taken lessons with Dillon for 5 months, and he has helped me make tremendous progress. I was lucky to find Dillon because my music interests are all over the place. I wanted to learn about fingerstyle, soul, jazz, blues, Latin music, music theory, transcribing for bands. Dillon helped me with all of those. He's the kind of person whose has really studied the guitar and can distill the music from many styles into a few simple ideas for the guitar, and explain those ideas in a memorable way.

I'll continue taking lessons from him, and would recommend him as a teacher to anyone looking for a teacher with charisma.
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Amanda B. January 27, 2015
· Piano · In studio
Dillon is an absolutely amazing teacher. I just started playing the piano a few months ago and he has been instrumental in motivating me and giving me the tools I need to get started. He is always willing to switch it up each lesson depending on how I am feeling that week and I really enjoy working with him. Dillon is extremely talented and dedicated to music which is really great, because starting out can be hard. I would highly recommend Dillon to anyone!
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Chris D. October 28, 2014
· Guitar · In studio
Dillon- was not reliable. He no-showed twice and his phone was not active. Not a good start for beginner student!
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Dillon C.

Los Angeles, CA 90032
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About Jonathan G.

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Valley Village, CA

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I find it easy to understand students. With my 18 years of experience playing, I will help you find all the areas of opportunity and beat every obstacle you may have! Plus, we'll have a lot of fun! You will become an amazing guitarist!

About Jonathan
Hi! my name is Jonathan, I've been playing guitar and multiple instruments for more than 18 years! Music has been my passion since I was a kid. I grew up in a family of musicians so instruments were always around. As a young player, I started learning traditional folk and bolero/flamenco music form Mexico (Home) I soon developed the skills to take music to the next level so I moved to Italy once finished high school. When I turned 18 I toured for the first time in Europe as a classical guitarist.

Today, I find myself teaching, performing and writing music 24-7 I currently live in the Los Angeles area. you might not know me personally but I'm sure you've seen me on TV if you watch Glee or other TV shows.

Call me or send me a text if you are ready to learn and to have lots of fun! :)
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Saul December 28, 2018
· Acoustic Guitar · In home
Best Instructor ever.
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Angel December 27, 2018
· Blues Guitar · Online
Great Vocabulary and phrasing! just what I was looking for :)
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Melissa December 27, 2018
· Acoustic Guitar · In home
Amazing! Love my teacher :)
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Jonathan G.

Valley Village, CA 91607
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$30 / 30-min

About jimmy D.

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Studio City, CA
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Hello Everyone,
I teach guitar, Specializing in Rock, Blues, Jazz, Reggae and other popular styles. Would love to show you how to have fun learning, and to truly enjoy your guitar. Beginners to Advanced. All ages welcome!

I live in Studio City near Coldwater/Moorpark. Attended Berklee and a graduate of UC Santa Cruz. I have over 40 years of Professional playing, performing, and teaching.

Lets get started!

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Jimmy Dale
It is said that Jimmy plays the tunes you like to hear in his own unique style.
From Los Angeles to Honolulu, from Frankfurt, Germany to Sardinia, Italy, Jimmy Dale
performs nationally and internationally. He has backed up famed groups including: The Drifters,
Platters, The Diamonds, The Coasters, Little Anthony and the Imperials, The Tequila Man Chuck
Rio and the Champs and the Fabulous Penguins! He has played with such reggae artists as Joe
Higgs known as the godfather of reggae, the man who taught Bob Marley, Pato Banton, Carlton
Livingston, Fully Fullwood, Tony Chin, Mikey Dread and Daddy U Roy.
Jimmy’s band Irie, has opened shows for Ziggy Marley, Bob Marley’s Wailers, Toots and the
Maytals, Jimmy Cliff, Third World, Bunny Wailer, The Skatalites, Black Uhuru, Eek a Mouse,
Steel Pulse and Andrew Tosh.
Jimmy can be heard pla
ying guitar on Big Mountain’s CD “Unity” that sold millions with the hit
“Baby I Love Your Way.” His original composition “Rub a Dub” can be heard in the motion
picture “Sunset Heat” starring Dennis Hopper. Jimmy’s Irie CD “Freedom of Choice” includes
“Rub A Dub,” “Leaving Out Love,” “Harley Gone Down,” and “I Love You In My Arms” can be
heard on Nickelodeon’s cable network SK8TV. Agi's Tune is in a motion picture The Amazing Wizard of Paws. Dear Mr. Benson a Jazz Tune written by Jimmy placed #50 on Smooth Jazz World Wide and #35 in Panama. Jimmy also received Studio City Award from 2015-2017 Small Business Excellence for Musician.
Parents are welcome to stay for any children sessions.
Any questions please ask!
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jimmy D.

Studio City, CA 91604
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$47 / 30-min

About Eliot B.

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Downey, CA
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Interested in learning Spanish guitar? I will help you build a solid foundation of music theory and technique while tailoring to your personal tastes and goals. I specialize in Spanish guitar fingerpicking and strumming techniques. In my own career, I create melodies and chord progressions for major hip-hop artists including NBA Youngboy, Talib Kweli, and Aloe Blacc. Whether you would like to create your own melodies for personal enjoyment or learn how to have organic jam sessions with others, I will help you reach your goals as a musician. Looking forward to hearing from you!

About Eliot
I write guitar melodies for Hip-Hop and Pop musicians. My most notable song I played the guitar on has over 20 million views on Spotify. I have been performing for various events and concerts for over 10 years and have taught students ranging in ability from beginner to professional. My versatility, experience and formal training helps me to make the learning experience easy, stress free and fun.

Currently, I perform about once a month for paid gigs at UCLA through the department of World and cultures. I play in a group with a cellist, stand-up bassist, and spoken word artist. My largest audience was at freshman orientation (over 8,000 people). I have built relationships with Hip-Hop producers and write guitar melodies which ultimately get placed with well-known artists such as Talib Kweli, Aloe Blacc, and NBA Youngboy.

I have vario
us management deals on the table and I will continue to release music consistently until I have found the right one. I've always felt that teaching is an important job as a musician and love to help others get maximum enjoyment out of playing the guitar.

I specialize in Spanish guitar styles and fingerpicking, but I also feel completely comfortable teaching and performing in other genres such as: Jazz, Folk, R&B, Blues, Classical, Fingerstyle, and Rock.
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Eliot B.

Downey, CA 90242
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$34 / 30-min

About Gustavo C.

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Los Angeles, CA
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I´m a guitar player from the south of Brazil, versed in different musical genres like rock´n´roll, blues, pop, punk, brazilian music and latin music (cumbia amazonica, chicha). I´ve been playing the electric and acoustic guitar for 19 years, and my lessons are very much focused on exercising the instrument and teaching how to train and get better with your guitar skills.

About Gustavo
I´m a guitar player from the south of Brazil, music worker since the year 2001, having performed live with a dozen bands and artists from Brazil since then, and now based in LA. Graduated in 2018 on the Guitar Performance Program from Musicians Institute in Hollywood. Begginers and intermediate levels are welcome !
From strumming the acoustic guitar to soloing on the electric, I can provide you with ample knowledge !
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Gustavo C.

Los Angeles, CA 90019
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$34 / 30-min

About Natasha C.

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Los Angeles, CA
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Hey everyone! I spend most of my time touring the world with A list pop artists as guitarist/multi-instrumentalist, but in my spare time I love passing along the gift of music via teaching. I've been playing guitar for half my life, and in addition to guitar I can also teach beginner bass, piano, drums and music production. I've taught all different kinds of students, ranging in age and ability. I tailor my lessons specifically for each students needs, and to match their personalities and interests. Wanna learn how to play a Taylor Swift song? Sick! Wanna learn a blues chord progression? Awesome! Wanna learn how to shred like a Norwegian death metal god? I got you!

About Natasha
I graduated from Berklee College of Music and spend most of my time touring the world with A list pop artists as guitarist/multi-instrumentalist. I've played concerts to thousands of people, national/international TV shows, countless tours and festivals. My most important goal is for my students to have a fun, enjoyable lesson so my teaching style is laid back. At the end of the day, music is suppose to expand your mind and make you smile.
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Natasha C.

Los Angeles, CA 90046
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$84 / 30-min

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Average Cost of Guitar Lessons in Culver-West

The average cost of 60-minute guitar lessons in Culver-West is $75. While the exact cost will vary depending on the teacher, type of lesson, and your location, you should expect to spend anywhere between $70 and $80 per hour.

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