I am a very flexible teacher. I believe if a student is serious about learning he/she will practice. I am a very laid back teacher and also try to be funny and open at the same time.
My teaching methods vary depending on the client. Sometimes I will teach a client a full hour guitar lesson, whereas some prefer to do 30 minutes guitar, and 30 minutes of theory.
There are too many guitarists and bassists out there who have technical skill but simply do not sound good. They lack feel. My goal is to get you sounding as musical as possible. Then we build upon that solid foundation and forge a structured pathway toward your musical goals.
The method is teaching musical discipline - the earlier we start the easier is for everyone and the more productive.
My teaching methods start with the basic and theory, and later on it will help you to discover how it was during complicated level
i base my teaching on the character of my student.
I try to gear lessons towards what students unique learnig goals, while also providing information on fundamental guitar skills needed.
rhythm and lead are the main things you'll need to know about guitar playing and then we'll go into more details with various books. also i can teach you the theory behind all this but it's not a must, coz knowing all that stuff will change the style of your playing, and you have to choose which one you wanna be, a Jonny greenwood type of a musician or a Thom Yorke.
First of all, I try to teach different type of guitar note with teaching acord at the same time, then I teach simple to difficult songs classic & pop depents on your interest
Each person has specific skills and challenges. I discover these and then work with the student to develop confidence and skill in an encouraging environment. We explore breath control, warm ups, technique, physical and emotional awareness to learn to let the sound flow through us in a beautiful way.
My guitar methods include a 'rhythm first' approach, as well as using basic chords and scales, building song structures, chord structures and guitar solos, 'part by part', which gives the learner confidence and a willingness to continue learn, and get better and better.
-This course is for beginner,intermediate and advance students. - I will be teaching from a structured method which I have made specially for you. step by step. - I am very passionate about teaching and I will make sure you Learn to play a song in 2 weeks even if you are new to the Instrument.
Did you always want to learn to play the guitar but don't know where to start? Do you already have some experience in guitar playing and want to improve your skills? Do you want to learn reading staff notation and improve your musicianship? I am a Doctor of Musical Arts candidate at the University of Toronto offering in-home guitar lessons.
My teaching methods are very friendly. For me is really important working based on student´s musical interests... whatever you want to learn just let me know and we will work together to achieve that. I have vast experience teaching classical music, folk, pop, Latin-American etc.
My lessons are based around two important things: what the student wants to learn and techniques and skills that I as the teacher feel they will need. This is dependant on where the student is in their development. Teaching you what you want to know gets you interested and having fun and teaching you skills and techniques will help you develop faster.
I give the base of guitar playing. Develop the sence of rythm and the feeling of your voice. Looking for you preferable music. Can teach music grammar.
The student who will benefit most from these lessons is someone who has the drive to look deeper into harmony, rhythm, melody. Someone who loves music theory but is having trouble understanding the language.
My approach as a teacher is totally centred around your interests - if you're passionate about learning, my only goal is to make it as simple and easy as possible to play/create what you are envisioning. This typically means learning songs, coupled with a series of creative exercises.
I want my students to enjoy our lessons together. Learning guitar should be fun! You can choose how you want to learn either with notes and chords or with the guitar tabs. My classes are meant for beginner to intermediate students.
During the lessons, I keep the subject matter fun and relevant to the student by focusing on what the student wants to learn and then applying it to broader musical concepts such as technique, theory, improvisation.
Lessons are fun and can lay the foundation for creativity and a love of music, or challenging and promote musicianship and mastery. I make sure the goals of the student are the main focus, while tying to open doors to new areas of interest.
In addition to over 25 years teaching Guitar in a one on one setting I have experience with special needs group ensembles and organizing student recitals. I have always felt that the process of learning Guitar should be fun. My background includes attending the Music Department at Humber College and Trebas Institute.
I try to keep a loose structure as I believe engagement is the most important thing. I try to balance each lesson with learning new techniques/theory and developing new songs that the student can play.
My teaching methods are simple, first you have to enjoy what you doing, every class has to be an experience, reaching small goals to achieve big progress.
I tailor all of my classes to my students specific needs, depending on prior musical knowledge and goals they wish to achieve (note; no prior knowledge is required to start learning!). I outline a timeline suited specifically to them so that they have a tangible goal to reach and can track progress made.
My lessons are customized for each student based on their individual interests and learning style.
I will teach the students the fundamental structures of rock guitar playing, as well as giving a number of techniques and tricks to advance the students' ability and enjoyment of their instrument in ways you had no idea possible!!
My methodology is to approach teaching with a mix of calmness and enthusiasm. Learning an instrument is frustrating, so when a student makes a mistake calmness does wonders. The same goes for enthusiasm when a student makes a breakthrough. I believe in teaching in small increments and teaching students to "walk before they run" when learning a piece.
The way I have taught my students over the year's is by teaching them to master the basics and fundamentals so that they can easily learn how to play a new song. I will teach you every chord and scale until you are a professional.
i believe any student must learn the basics before getting to play songs , therefore i always start with the fundamentals . correct fingerings , correct picking gesture and style , reading tabs , learning chords etc.
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