Three Signs Your Guitar Lessons Are Going Well

What Is Guitar Lessons Success? As teachers we are always trying to evaluate ourselves and our lessons. There are many ways to measure success; here are three easy things to look at that indicate lessons are going well.   Happy To See You! First, when you show up to your lesson, instead of the student

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New Houston Guitar Teacher Andrew Dethloff

Lessons In Your Home Houston is excited to announce that we’ve added a new guitar, bass guitar, and ukelele teacher to the team: Andrew Dethloff! He is currently taking new students in the Heights, Memorial, River Oaks, West University, Bellaire, and Katy. He has students as young as 4 years old and has a lot of experience teaching young children.

Learn the Blues in your Guitar, Bass, or Piano Lesson and Learn the roots of Pop Songs

In this music lesson video, Keith White helps us understand the foundation of the blues in a real simple way. It’s a 12 measure (bar) chord progression that outlines what blues music is. What’s really exciting is when you take private lessons we can show you how this progression can relate to 1000’s of other

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Denver’s Music Scene – Vanilla Ice – Guitar Lessons in Denver

My son takes guitar lessons here in Highlands Ranch. Last week his teacher, TJ, opened for Vanilla Ice. My son wasn’t really aware who Vanilla Ice was, but I sure remember him! The great thing about music, and lessons, is the continuity passed down, sometimes in very unexpected ways. Even though practicing was a little scarce

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Beggining Guitar Lessons – What to expect – Electric and Acoustic – Young students

So your son or daughter just got a guitar and as they are sitting on the couch plucking at strings (maybe they have broken one already) your thinking “She’s going to need some lessons”. First things first, let them play the instrument. Unless they are about to smash it, normal play, even if they don’t

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