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Fun and personalized lessons for aspiring Guitarists of all ages. Whether you are a complete beginner or advanced, my years of experience can show you a practical approach to learning music and exploring the guitar. Enjoy learning your favorite songs in a relaxed environment at my studio or online from the comfort of your own home. My students have many different musical tastes and lessons are always unique from person to person. Learn at your own pace. I build my program around your interests and goals. Become the musician you've always wanted to be and have fun doing it!

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Music has been a lifelong pursuit for me. I have played many instruments over the years while performing with various groups in and out of school. Eventually I decided that music was how I wanted to make my living. Since earning my degree in Instrumental Performance/Jazz Studies from University o

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If you’re trying to decide whether to book a lesson with Andrew- do it. Seriously, you will not regret it. Finding a good music teacher is hard- just because someone can play doesn’t mean they can teach. Andrew is that rare combination of great musician and great teacher, and anyone would be lucky to learn from him. He’s knowledgeable, committed, prepared, and invested- I came to him with the goal of becoming a professional musician, and everything in my lessons has been structured with that goal in mind. He has a wealth of knowledge on everything from music theory to gear to life as a working musician, which he is always happy to share. I can’t begin to express how satisfied I am as a student and how grateful I am to be able to be taught by him. Plus, he’s just a really awesome guy. So really, go ahead and click the “book lesson” button. It’ll be the best decision you make in your musical journey- it’s definitely been mine.
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Dennis B.

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I teach all levels of guitar in the areas of rock, blues and jazz, but I really focus more on the musical skills need to play guitar in any style. These include a thorough chord vocabulary, experience playing rhythm guitar, and a complete progressive study of scales and their use in improvisation (lead guitar) starting with pentatonic scales and progressing to major scales, different forms of minor scales and modes. All scales are learned in multiple positions and the student learns to perform with them in any key. In every lesson the student and I play exercises and study materials together to make actual music from the materials being studied.

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I have been teaching guitar for 25 years in the Washington DC metro area. I work with students 12 years of age and up, but I am especially experienced at teaching adult students regardless of whether they are beginners or have previous guitar experience. I have performed in acoustic Celtic, new age,

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I've been taking weekly online guitar lessons with Dennis for a little over a year now and I have nothing but good things to say. Dennis brings decades of playing and teaching experience to the table and it shows in each lesson.

Dennis is particularly great at tailoring the lesson material to the abilities and experience of the student. I had been self learning guitar for about 2 years before signing up for lessons with Dennis. In our first lesson, he got an idea of my skill and interests and built the lessons off of that. I am personally interested in jazz guitar and Dennis holds a wealth of knowledge in that department as well as many other genres and styles.

Ultimately, the greatest thing about Dennis' teaching method is that he helps you pursue your interests and goals and provides you with the tools and information to do so. You won't be spending any time practicing anything you don't feel is relevant to your interests.

Another note I'd like to add is that I have never felt looked down on or judged by Dennis throughout my year of lessons. I know this is common concern among adult beginners like myself (I am currently in my late 20's). I can assure anyone reading this that Dennis is a true professional and conducts his lessons in a stress-free, peer-to-peer manner.
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Dennis has been a wonderful guitar teacher and mentor for me over the last 18 months or so. I am in my mid-50s and was starting essentially as a beginner when I signed up to work with Dennis. Thanks to Dennis' patient and individualized approach, I have made great strides and am pleased with how I have progressed. While he is a very accomplished guitarist, he is also a very experienced teacher. Dennis' teaching approach is not to ask the student to follow a rigid learning plan or replicate the journey he took to mastering the guitar, but rather focuses on tailoring the lessons to the student's abilities, musical interests, time constraints, learning modes, etc. The bottom line is that I enjoy working with Dennis each week and practicing what he has taught me.

The pandemic has obviously thrown a big wrench into the giving of guitar lessons. Before, Dennis was teaching me at his house. We now meet online using the Takelessons platform. Online lessons took some getting used to and are clearly not optimal, but I think Dennis has become more and more adept at making it work as well as possible.

I heartily recommend Dennis as a guitar teacher.
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Brendon R.

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I teach good playing technique and broadly applicable musical knowledge by working on music you actually want to play. I've played and worked with students on Bach sonatas, Dylan/Donovan style fingerpicking, jazz comping and solos, rock, metal and punk riffs, Steve Vai-esque two-hand tapping, as well as songwriting, music theory, and aural skills, so no matter what kind of music you like or how you're looking to improve, chances are I can help take you do it. Intermediate level and above.

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I have taught music extensively for the past 15+ years in a variety of settings, including teaching private guitar lessons at Saint David's School in Manhattan, teaching private composition lessons and TA'ing two electronic music courses at Yale; teaching guitar and musicianship in public elementary

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Brendon helped me get started writing songs / producing music. Brendon was very helpful getting past anxieties with getting started and feeling overwhelmed by all the possible ways you can go about making music. Each week he had suggestions on how to improve the structure of my music. Also, he was willing to go wherever my interests were at.
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Francesca has played guitar for since 1987. She can tailor lessons to any style comfortably with a background in classical and commercial music. Francesca's first language was guitar.

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Alumnae of CSULAs music department with an emphasis in classical voice and guitar, Francesca's skills cover a vast array of information. With a background and formal education in opera and "the classics", Francesca is equally comfortable on stage with a chamber orchestra as she is with a rock band.

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Francesca is wonderful. My son has developed a love of learning piano and reading music. He looks forward to every lesson. I have never had to remind him to practice- he seeks opportunities to share what he is learning and is eager to share his progress with Francesca every week. She is supportive and motivating. I know she loves to develop a love music in her students by her obvious dedication to developing their love and understanding of music.
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My 7 year old son won't stop singing so I figured I'd put him in some lessons. She's a good mix of patient and fun while still keeping him on track. I thought it would just be a lot of scales, but she teaches him all aspects about singing/performance and uses his favorite genres to teach them. Excellent instructor!
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I've been working with Francesca for a few months now, and I feel I've grown so much. Prior to this I've sparsely attempted to play instruments, but she has taken her knowledge and passion and been able to pass that on to me while constantly reminding me that one day I will be good. And I believe it! I've come a long way to establish a regular practice routine, still working on it with her, and I have high expectations for the future. I recommend her to my own people and I recommend her to you.
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Jordan M.

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Learn guitar in a relaxed, encouraging environment with a friendly expert :) Experienced guitar teacher for over 15 years and more than 11,000 lessons taught. Posture, hand position, chords, strumming, lead guitar, soloing, scales, and most importantly - your favorite songs!

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1. All my students feel like rock stars! Each lesson is fun and enriching. 2. I provide a clear lesson plan complete with goals, achievement levels, and performances. *Experienced teacher and professional musician. *Has performed with: The Brian Setzer Orchestra, Bobby Kimball lead singer of

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Mark B.

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I teach all levels of guitar lessons, from beginner to advanced professional...in all styles, except classical/flamenco.

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I have played on tour with several professional bands, playing rock, pop, blues, African, metal, and country. Now I am a bandleader and perform live in various bands and record original music as often as possible. My music has gotten airplay in many countries. I started taking guitar lessons a

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Easy Acoustic Guitar Songs

Many guitar students begin their journey with an acoustic guitar. Acoustic guitars are inexpensive, they don’t require an amplifier, and they’re simple and straightforward to purchase (since you don’t have to think about internal electronic systems).

Once you master a handful of basics, including how to tune the instrument, how to hold it, and how to finger frets and pluck strings correctly, you’ll be ready to begin learning your first acoustic guitar songs.

So what are the best easy acoustic guitar songs to learn?

Acoustic Guitar vs. Electric Guitar

First, you should understand the differences between an acoustic guitar and an electric guitar. Electric guitars are designed to be plugged into an amplifier, so they don’t resonate much on their own. They also tend to be thinner, because they don’t have a sound hole.

Acoustic guitars are much more resonant. They’re wider and a bit bigger, so they can be a bit more difficult to hold. In most cases, the strings are firmer as well, making them hard to bend and manipulate. Accordingly, acoustic guitar playing often focuses on strumming chords and playing basic melodies, rather than shredding complex solos or riffing with power chords.

What Makes an Easy Acoustic Guitar Song?

Easy acoustic guitar songs tend to have a few things in common, including:

  • Open chords. There aren’t any complicated melodies to play or nimble finger work to try and execute. Instead, these songs tend to primarily center on open, easy-to-play chords.
  • Common chords. As you’ll see, a small collection of common chords are used in a wide variety of acoustic guitar songs. If you can learn this set, you’ll be able to play thousands of different songs.
  • Repeatable sections. A traditional song model, including a repeated verse and repeated chorus, is much easier to learn than a song that drifts across many different sections.
  • A stable, manageable tempo. We’re not breaking any speed records here. Good acoustic guitar songs for beginners tend to have stable, slow tempos.

Easy Acoustic Guitar Songs to Learn

Try these amazing acoustic guitar songs when you’re ready to take the next step of your journey as a musician:

Love Me Do (The Beatles)

Who doesn’t love the Beatles? This is one of their earlier tracks, so you’re not going to find any strange instruments or experimental recording techniques. Instead, you’ll find a straightforward pop song that utilizes just 2 simple chords in the verse: G and C. When you get to the bridge, you’ll have to learn a third chord, D, but the simplicity of the song remains.

Once you get the strumming pattern down by listening and experimenting, you should have no issue playing this song from beginning to end.

Brown Eyed Girl (Van Morrison)

This is a stereotypical “guitar guy at a party” song, but it’s a hit for a reason. G, C, and D, which you learned in Love Me Do, are featured prominently throughout this tune. The only other chord you’ll need is E minor, which is another simple and common chord.

Don’t worry about the harmonizing introduction or the guitar melody line when you’re first learning this song. Instead, just try to play the basic chords and get the strumming pattern right. Feel free to sing along when you’re feeling more confident.

Free Fallin’ (Tom Petty)

The introduction of this song may sound complicated, but it’s a simple modification of the A chord with a capo attached at the 8th fret. From there, you can follow along with the basic chord shapes for A, D, and E. The strumming pattern is simple and the tempo is moderate, so you should be able to master it after just a few cycles through.

As an added bonus, you can try to sing along. If the key is too high, you can move the capo down and try it in a lower, more comfortable position.

The House of the Rising Sun (The Animals)

You ought to recognize this song instantly when you hear is signature arpeggiated chord plucking pattern. For now, don’t worry about mimicking the sound exactly; instead, focus on the basic chord progression. It’s a little more complex than some of the other songs on this list, but the chords you’ll need to play are rudimentary. The hardest part will be memorizing the sequential pattern.

Once you feel more confident playing all the right chords in the right order, you can work on the arpeggios; essentially, you’ll be using your pick to pluck all the notes of the chord individually on your way up and down.

Perfect (Ed Sheeran)

If you’re looking for something more modern, consider picking up Perfect by Ed Sheeran. It’s an ideal song to sing along to, especially when you get the rhythm down. If you want to nail the guitar work perfectly, you’ll need to get the fingerpicking pattern correct. But as a beginner, you can play through the song while focusing on getting the core chords correct.

Those core chords are many of the same ones you’ve already learned – G, E minor, D, and C. The only catch is you’ll need to place a capo at the first fret to get in the right key.

Hey There Delilah (Plain White T’s)

The main riff in this song is based on a 2-chord progression (D and B minor), and the majority of the song focuses on a small handful of basic chords. The tricky part is using your fingers to mimic the alternating plucking pattern.

If you’re not ready for that, you can follow along with the basic chords and strum them in time with the central rhythm.

Sweet Home Alabama (Lynyrd Skynyrd)

The core structure of this song is ridiculously easy, as is the case with many classic southern rock songs. If you can learn C, D, and G, which you’ve likely done already if you’ve been following this list, you can play this and sing along to the verse.

That said, Lynyrd Skynyrd has some amazing guitar work throughout their repertoire. It will take you some time to get the hang of that sweet introduction, and the wild solos in the middle are best reserved for your later years as an intermediate guitarist.

From Easy Acoustic Guitar Songs to Intermediate

Once you feel you’ve mastered these simple, chord-heavy acoustic guitar songs, you can move onto more intermediate tunes. Consider expanding your skills with the songs listed above; for example, you can learn how to play the extra melodies, solos, and fingerpicking sections on top of the basic chords you know. From there, you can look up more advanced acoustic guitar songs or start fleshing out your electric guitar repertoire.

Are you ready to master the acoustic guitar? You’ll need to spend considerable time practicing on your own, no matter what. But the journey is much easier when you have the help of online acoustic guitar lessons. With our knowledgeable musicians, you can start with the basics of music theory and easy acoustic guitar songs, then gradually work your way up to more intermediate and expert-level tunes. Sign up for your first lesson today!

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