Robert Mulry
Ronkonkoma, NY
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Robert Mulry

Robert M.

Ronkonkoma, NY
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Levels taught:
Beginner, Intermediate
Anybody can play a musical instrument. It’s my job to help students become better at playing their instrument.
For example, making sure they use their fingertips to press on the strings so their fingers do not interfere with the other strings while playing chords. Using a metronome to improve their timing, etc.
I’m in the process of developing a leveling system to help monitor progress. For example level 1 would include open position minor scales and level 2 would include open position major scales. I believe this system will not only help monitor progress but also give students a feeling of accomplishment.

About Robert M.

*** Travel Equipment ***
I could provide strings, picks, and a notebook if necessary, but i would expect them to have their own guitar, an amplifier would be good for students with electric guitars but it isn't necessary, and possibly a notebook, a regular ruled notebook would be fine.

*** Specialties ***
My main Genres would be Rock/Heavy metal and also classical and acoustic. I believe everyone learns at their own rate but i like to teach music theory, as it applies to the guitar and also technique using exercises. Techniques would include finger picking, flatt picking and sweep picking. And other techniques such as hammer ons, pull offs, and trilling. Fingering styles and different ways of playing harmonics. I would get them going on scales and scale patterns, chords and chord patterns and Arpeggio patterns. I would get them to read music, both notation and tablature, by learning to play songs and to also develope their ear by having them try to learn songs on their own.

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Education

AAS Musical Performance
Aug 1996 - May 2002

Nassau Community Collage

Languages

English

Fluent / Native Proficiency

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