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Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 1988
Teaches students 7 and up
Jon C.Book Now
I have been teaching guitar since 1988 and I have taught 1000’s of students over the years.
On my site, there are some mini lessons to help you grow with your study of the guitar. I am constantly updating this site with more free lessons.
Be sure to like my social media profiles over on the right side of the page. Also check out my YouTube channe (GuitarInstruct) for free mini lessons.
Thank you for taking time to look at my profile. My name is Jon Colston, I have been teaching and performing since 1988. I teach students throughout the United States. I use almost any video platform to teach. If you are local to the Chattanooga, TN area, you can schedule an in-person lesson with m
Speaks Spanish, English
Teaching since 2013
B.A.- Voice from Lee University
I love to work with novice and professional singers to improve pitch, tone, range, and song delivery. We will have both enrichment and fun learning to optimize your voice to assess your skills, strengths, and weaknesses, and then tailor lessons according to your needs and specifications. I love to incorporate physical activities into lessons and fun games!
I am a professional singer, pianist, guitar player, and have vast experience in the recording industry and traveling abroad for music performance. I graduated from Lee University with a Bachelor of Arts in Music, specifically voice, and a Masters in Music, specifically gospel arrangements and church
Asher, age 8
Teaching since 2020
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaches students 12 and up
Justin B.Book Now
My name is Justin and I have been playing guitar for over 20 years. I am always learning new things about not only guitar playing, but music in general. Over the years I have been a regular guitarist at church gigs, played random shows, learned cover songs for band settings, jammed with friends for creative ideas and exploration, and have read, studied, and pushed myself to be a better musician and guitar player. I have taken lessons from local guitar players myself, and I am currently enrolled in Jazz guitar courses in school. I am also pretty strong in my understanding of music theory.
What I have to offer you is a better understanding of music, and better control of your instrument through a more fluent technique. If you are interested, I will do all I can to meet you where you are musically, and help you to get to where you want to be. And at the same time, I would like to help you better understand how the mechanics of music operate so that you can eventually map out your own ...
Listening to Randy Rhoads got me interested in playing the guitar. The first solo of his that really grabbed me was the one he performed in "Over the Mountain." I thought at the time that no one could possibly play any better than that. But over the years I have been exposed to so many incredible pl
Speaks Thai, Mandarin
Teaches Elementary, Middle School, High School
Teaching since 2007
I use real world examples and problems that are suited to things the student likes to do. I find this really helps students to focus in on what we are doing. Once they understand the concepts better than their homework becomes easy.
I went to Pensacola Catholic High and graduated in 2003. I then attended and Auburn University, where I became a Christian, and graduated in 2007. Once I finished, I went overseas to teach English and do missions. I taught in Thailand from 2003-2007 and then in China from 2012-2016. I have been teac
Awarded Billboard World Songwriting Award - R&B Category from Billboard
Teaching since 2006
BFA Voice, Music, Jazz and Contemporary Music from New School University
Writing a song requires creativity and inspiration. But with a solid grasp of the basic elements of songwriting, you can compose a lasting and catchy song.you will learn how to Compose a catchy melody, Use all types of chords,Create a memorable rhythm,Build your song around a riff..
An Associate Coach & protégé of legendary multi-Grammy & Tony winners’ vocal coach, Katie Agresta, Nina holds a BFA in Jazz & Contemporary Music & Voice from The New School University. Nina studied Opera with Prof. Kathleen Blix and Jazz with Dr. Dave LaLama at Hofstra University as well as
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaching since 2018
Hassen S.Book Now
Hi there, my name is Hassen, I'm a guitar lover. I've been studying and practising playing the guitar for over 9 years now, and today i have the pleasure to share my passion with you.
I give guitar lessons online, these lessons are personalized so you can choose which kind of music and guitar types (acoustic, classic, electric) you'd like to play. And if you also need some music theory lessons don't worry I've got you covered.
Hey there as you can see my name is hassen, I'm currently a college student trying to make the best of life by teaching others skills that i have acquired at a younger age. Music has always been my favourite thing in the world, whenever i feel upset or just feel like i can't take it anymore listenin
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