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1 on 1 guitar lessons are going to be heavily student-driven, so it's a little tricky to describe what exactly we'll work on together. In general, though, I tend to focus on learning music in a creative and intuitive way - students will be encouraged from very early on to experiment with improvisation and songwriting, so that they won't just be learning how to play specific songs but rather how to play with the different sounds they can get from the instrument. Here are a few of the things...
1. A guitar with all 6 strings (acoustic or electric will do). 2. A guitar tuner (I recommend a Snark clip on tuner, available from $15 to $20 USD) or an app that will work as one (I recommend GuitarTuna - it's free) 3. A few guitar picks. 4. A way to view the music and materials I send. 5. A good seat without arm rests, ideally one in which the learner can sit upright with their feet touching the ground. Optional, but nice: 1. A good, sturdy music stand. One with a solid back is best. These often cost $25 USD or more. 2. Print-outs of the music and materials I will send, as well as a folder or binder to keep them in.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
I pull my music selections most often from popular music (often just whatever music the student has expressed interest in). For younger students by default I avoid anything explicit, but for teens my default is to allow them to decide whatever music they'd like to play. If there is any particular content you'd like me to avoid with a student, please communicate that to me.
Guitar, Ukulele and Bass Instructor
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
23 total reviews
23 completed classes
I'm a singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist with over 10 years of experience offering private guitar, bass and ukulele lessons. I believe that music is primarily and most importantly meant to be an enjoyable means of creative self expression...