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About Eddie T.

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Bozeman, MT
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About Eddie
Over 25+ years of teaching experience, studied with studio legend Chuck Rainey (Steely Dan, Quincy Jones, Aretha Franklin) and master bassist Jeff Castleman (Duke Ellington, Michael Jackson, Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, Ella).

Teaching all styles beginner to advanced. Excel on the bass by learning good technique, theory, groove, soloing, and improvising.

Former students have pursed music careers, appeared on Dave Letterman Show, The Tonight Show, and toured with national recording artists.

Personal playing experience: worked with Cyril Neville, The Drifters, Dave Walker (led vocalist with Savoy Brown, Fleetwood Mac, Black Sabbath), Ron Strykert (Grammy winner Men at Work), Tracy Nelson (two time Grammy nominee) , The Platters, Eric Funk (Grammy nominee), Minnesota Blues Band (which included Prince's horn section), Ignacio Ber
roa (jazz legend), Deep Banana Horns (Allman Bros, Derek Trucks, Govt Mule), Sandy Hackett's Rat Pack Show, Eric Kalb (Greyboy Allstars, John Schofield), Jack Walrath (Mingus), Bob Braye (Miles Davis, Pharaoh Sanders), Bob Nell, Joey Gian, Andrew Gromiller, Jeni Fleming, John Bohlinger (bandleader of “Nashville Star” TV show), and Meagan Mullins (Nashville Artist, Shakira).

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Lessons are uniquely tailored to each student. Each lesson will touch upon 3 areas.
1. Technique - Posture (physics and fulcrums of the body), left hand position, right hand techniques, and good playing habits.
2. Knowledge - Music knowledge, theory, understanding different genres, and analyzing great players.
3. Application - Playing Music

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Bass Amplifier and playback equipment provided at studio. Just bring your bass, strap, and a notebook.

*** Specialties ***
SPECIALIZING IN:
Beginners
Improvisation
Advanced improvisation
All Styles(Jazz, Funk, Rock, Latin, Country, Blues, R&B, Fusion, Salsa, Hip Hop, Reggae, and more)
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Soloing
Composition
Technique
Groove
Theory
Session Playing
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Eddie T.

Eddie T.

Bozeman, MT 59718
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About David E.

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Oceanside, CA

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A fun, friendly, and professional Music Instructor at your service for Voice, Guitar, Piano, Bass, Drums, & Ukulele! I have a BA degree from Florida Atlantic University in Music Performance for Classical/Flamenco/Jazz/Blues guitar and I've also performed on the Piano/Keyboards for a couple different bands too. Love to play & teach pretty much all styles of music! It is always a pure joy & truly rewarding to see my music students grow and flourish in their musical abilities. I have been enjoying doing this now for 20+ years- all ages & levels. I am also in a multi-dimensional rock project and a recording artist with my band Vision.

I believe it's important to learn the rudiments of music to build a good foundation (scales, chord vocabulary, theory, song-composition, performing techniques), but I also base the lessons on whatever th
e interests and strengths are for the student. For example, if you enjoy jazz more than classical we'll focus more on what you are particularly passionate about. I have also been a part of School of Rock Programs in which we provided performances for the students a la Jack Black. Please contact Takelessons to let the musical journey begin...
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Aiden H. August 9, 2018
· Piano · In home
Very easygoing with my shy child. After his first lesson, and being unsure, my son now thinks he will like piano. He said, "it's fun"!
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Fatu F. June 27, 2018
· Piano · In home
so far great as only first lesson, but seems to be qualified and commited to students. Looking forward to the next lessons.
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Amanda May 29, 2018
· Piano · In studio
My daughter has been taking piano lessons with David. He makes it fun and interesting, she really enjoys the classes.
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About Gabrielle A.

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Glendale, CA
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About Gabrielle
Bonjour a tous!

Dear Students,

A native French speaker, I have been tutoring students of all levels since 2008. I was the main French and German Instructor at the San Jose Learning Center in the Silicon Valley before moving to New York.

The core of my lessons are drawn from language books, which allows everyone to work at his or her own pace during the week. This is supplemented by tailored PDFs that target your particular interests.

Lessons always begin with a dialogue, no matter your level. From how you are feeling, to what you did during the week, to the weather of your best friend's gossip, we warm up with a conversation I type out as we go.

The rest of the lesson is then spent reviewing previous work and introducing new material in a variety of ways, constantly setting a rule in practice. Poems, songs or texts, depen
ding on your interest, keep the content alive and interesting.

Please feel free to contact me with any questions.

I hope to hear from you, meet you, and work with you!

Sincerely,
Gabrielle
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Hongmei T. September 20, 2018
· French · Online
She has patience for teaching me and has fun at the same time
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Stephen G. September 19, 2018
· French · Online
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Pedro June 5, 2018
· Violin · In home
My son loves his violin lessons
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Gabrielle A.

Gabrielle A.

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About Greg G.

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Aurora, CO

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About Greg
I have been playing music for over 30 years, and have been teaching music for almost half of that time. I have performed and recorded throughout the Midwest in a variety of cover and original bands ranging in styles from metal, rock, to R&B/Jazz and Blues. I teach these styles as well.

The most important thing for me as a music instructor is to get to know the student. I then tailor the lesson in a way that will resonate with the personality of the student. Finding the right balance of technique, theory, and fun, my goal is to have the student leave the lesson eager to go home, practice and come back for more. All ages and skill levels are welcome.
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Tanner May 3, 2017
· Acoustic Guitar · In home
Greg is a great men also a great teacher, when i first meet with Greg for my first lesson that i known i will be learning by the great teacher.
I had played guitar in the past many, many years but for sometime in my life was so busy working, and focus on raising family but i had to put away my guitar i bought 25 years ago. finally, now i decided to learn to play my guitar again and find Greg on take lesson.com and he has been teaching me just like i am a beginner playing but i am now so happy that i am on a good hand and Greg had been teaching me playing my guitar again. so far so good. Thanks Gregory
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Craig Cirbo October 4, 2015
· Guitar · Online
I took lessons from Greg when I was much younger say 12-13 for a year or more. He taught me a lot and had me playing guitar really fast, I always tried to do what he asked and he never ever got frustrated if I did it wrong or couldn't play what we were learning right away correctly!. Also all of what he taught me stayed in my head all these years some how and I kinda progressively got better and better!. I'm pretty happy with my playing and a lot of others are to!. Greg has something special about his students and teaching them to play the guitar correctly no matter what or how long it takes, he cares about you as a student. You get out what you put in ,but be patient cause it also takes time. But you'll see the difference later down the road that Greg was the right teacher for learning to play and the theory behind the guitar.....I recommend him as a great guitar teacher!. I myself take lessons from him again at the age of 38 , I was able to find him on Facebook after all these years and we do lessons via Skype, I'm a very happy student, very happy!. And I thank Greg Gladman for that!.
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Kimberly October 3, 2015
· Guitar · In studio
He has taken his time with my son and they have made great success. He goes at a speed that is adaptable as my son progresses. Friendly safe environment to learn. He has so many guitars and other instruments to help the learning process.
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About Sarah P.

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Marietta, GA
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Recent graduate from Jacksonville University with a Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance. I have three years of experience teaching with excellent feedback from students. It should be fun to discover new patterns and ways of thinking! I always seek the most thorough and intuitive understanding of a subject possible and want the same for you. This creates the flexibility necessary to be able to teach you in whatever manner helps you best.
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Zemira O. August 22, 2018
· Piano · In studio
She is very knowledgeable and very patient with teaching young children. Very satisifed
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Jaida D. April 25, 2018
· Piano · In studio
Sarah is so patient with my daughter. She has progressed so much since she started with her. Sarah makes all her lessons so much fun! AWESOME teacher.
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Shelia G. January 29, 2018
· Piano · In studio
Sarah has been very helpful with explaining Piano theory and helping me understand the language of music.
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About Zack R.

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Los Angeles, CA
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Hi everyone! My name is Zack and I'm a guitar and violin instructor hailing from Chicago, IL, and currently residing in Los Angeles, CA. I’ve been playing violin since age 9 and guitar since age 10, gaining experience ever since playing live and in the studio, in bands and as a freelance artist. I graduated from Berklee College of Music in 2015 with a Bachelors Degree in Music Performance and now play in a metal band and pursue a freelance career. As a young student, I spent many years as a member of Midwest Young Artists, performing and studying classical music with Dr. Allen Dennis and jazz guitar with the renowned Frank Portelese, playing venues such as the Harris Theater in Chicago. I toured Greece and Peru playing violin, and studied classical performance with Vadim Mazo of Illinois Wesleyan University in Prague at Ameropa ’06. I was
a violin student of Gail Lilja-Kirkeeng from a young age, and was taught guitar by Rex Carroll of christian heavy metal band, Whitecross, and later when on to study rock and metal guitar with Joe Stump and Jon Finn at Berklee College of Music. I have opened for acts such as Five Finger Death Punch and Rob Zombie, and even accompanied Dream Theater onstage as the principal second violinist for their live DVD release, Breaking the Fourth Wall. My musical background is mostly based in classical music on violin, and rock music on guitar, although I consider myself very well versed in many different styles. Topics I generally like to begin new students with are scales and modes and how to apply them, basic posture and correct pick/bow technique and left hand placement, and the note names as they apply to the instrument and basic sight reading. I firmly believe that every student is unique with different styles, voices, and goals and that any lesson plan should reflect that. Whatever you want to learn, I’m here to help!
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Ethan July 11, 2018
· Guitar · In studio
Great teacher
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· Guitar · In studio
Great teacher
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Katherine July 11, 2018
· Guitar · In studio
Zack is awesome!! Really knowledgable about guitar and music theory, and really helpful whenever I got stuck. Thanks Zack!
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About Michele Y.

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Oak Ridge, TN
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About Michele
Guitar haa been a love of mine since I was 14, when I first saw someone entertaining people at a party.

I began lessons for myself, at the age of 16. First I learned the basics and rock style music, and then I played and sang in some local Baltimore garage bands and in talent shows.

I went on to major in music in college, at Towson State University, with classical guitar as my concentration.

I began playing out professionally in my 20's, includings bars and restaurants like the Westminster Inn and at Fells Point, festivals like the Owings Mills Festival, weddings and parties.

I love teaching guitar and seeing the student's eyes light up, when things click together to get that favorite riff or favorite song right !

I have 25 + years of teaching experience.
I have taught over 100 students, including teens, adults, pre-
teens, and special needs adults and children.
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Michele Y.

Michele Y.

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About JESSICA P.

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West Jordan, UT

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About JESSICA
Having spent my entire (short) life in choirs, music classes, and private lessons, I learned one thing to enforce above all else: it’s okay to be wrong. You’ll hit wrong notes, your fingers will slip, you’ll need to work on posture. And that’s okay. I was privately trained in the Belle Canto style for 10 years, but to this day I forget to breathe properly. It’s not the end of anything. It’s rarely even the end of the song.

I’ve coached professional and amateur singers for 3 years, coached diction and pronunciation for 4, and worked for a local opera company for the past 4 years as well. If it’s something you choose to do, I’m prepared to instruct proper technique as applied to a multitude of languages.

But above all, I strive for you to be comfortable and happy with your instruction. Music is for the soul. It should never make you fee
l worse to make it.
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JESSICA P.

JESSICA P.

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About Cindy W.

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Austin, TX

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Cindy Willis is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Percussion Performance at the University of Texas at Austin under the direction of Dr. Thomas Burritt and Tony Edwards. She received her Bachelor's degree from The Florida State University where she studied under Dr. John W. Parks IV. Shortly after graduating from FSU, she relocated to Pflugerville, Texas. She presently works as the Front Ensemble director at Vista Ridge High School.

Cindy has taught private lessons at several schools in Austin, including the award-winning Stiles Middle School who recently performed at the Midwest Convention in Chicago, Benold Middle School, and Georgetown High School.

In the 2016-17 school year, Cindy served as the Assistant Percussion Director Lake Travis ISD in Austin, TX where she headed the percussion program at Hudson Bend Middle School and
assisted with the marching band and concert band at Lake Travis High School. Prior to LTISD, Cindy worked with several programs in the Greater Austin area, including percussion studios in the Georgetown, Pflugerville, and Leander Independent School Districts. Prior to becoming an educator in the Austin area, Cindy played marimba in 2008 for the Pioneer Drum and Bugle Corps and for the Boston Crusaders from 2009-2010.

From 2013 to 2014, Cindy performed with the Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra in Tallahassee, FL and the Sinfonia Gulf Coast in Destin, FL as a percussion section member.

Cindy has worked with multiple indoor percussion ensembles including Monarch Independent Percussion from Magnolia, TX and Rhythmic Force from Austin, TX. From 2016 to 2017, she was the Front Ensemble Coordinator for the Guardians Drum and Bugle Corps from Houston, TX.

Cindy has been extremely fortunate to study and work with some of the greatest Percussionists in the activity, including Dr. Thomas Burritt, Tony Edwards, Dr. John W. Parks IV, Dr. Omar Carmenates, Matt Jordan, Dr. Tommy Dobbs, Dr. Justin Alexander, Dr. Megan Arns, and Andrew Beall.
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Cindy W.

Cindy W.

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About Brad N.

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Traverse City, MI

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I've been a drummer for over 35 years. I LOVE music and I LOVE working with musicians/students with passion! I've been teaching since 1997 and run my own music school in Michigan called The Beat Lab. I currently teach over 100 students per week, in both private and group lessons! I am also the Applied Percussion Instructor at Northwestern Michigan College, the percussion instructor at the Homeschool Partnership through the Traverse City Area Public Schools, and teach beginning percussion at the Grand Traverse Area Catholic Schools.

As a live and recording drummer I've had the pleasure of working with The Accidentals, Miriam Pico, David Chown, Dominic Fortuna, Brian Whitscell, The Traverse Symphony Orchestra, Encore Winds, and many others. As a worship drummer I've had the pleasure of sharing the stage with musicians such as Paul Langf
ord, Joe Horness, Abe Laboriel Sr., and many others.

My teaching centers around a few basic principles of music. Mastery of these principles allows the student to progress at an exponential rate. I value reading music, as I believe it makes the learning process faster and more efficient, not to mention the fact that it makes the player much more marketable, should they decide to pursue music as a career.

I teach drum set (rock, jazz, latin, etc.), concert percussion (snare, bass drum, timpani, marimba, triangle, etc), and marching percussion.

I look forward to meeting you and working with you on your journey through music!
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Brad N.

Brad N.

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