— GUITAR LESSONS ARE TAILORED TO EACH STUDENT–Unlike Many Guitar Teachers, I Let Your Goals and Musical Preferences Guide the Course of the Lessons. I Believe There Are Certain Skills That Most Guitarists Should Learn, But Ultimately, You Are in Control. Here Are a Few of the Things to Choose From:
— EXPLORE DIFFERENT APPROACHES (Or Focus on Just One)–Guitar Lessons in Fingerstyle, Rock, Blues, Jazz, Metal, Gypsy, Funk, Folk, Punk, and More–Learn the Differences and Similarities, and Tips to Help In Any Genre.
— Understand Songwriting!–Learn How Chords Fit Together, Structuring Melody, and Be Able to Analyze and Create Your Own Music–Everything From Basic Folk Songs to Advanced Jazz and Classical Pieces.
— Develop Ear Training Skills–Understand How to Learn Songs By Ear.
— Develop Rhythmic Skills–From Basic Strumming to Advanced Polyrhythms.
— Develop an In Depth Knowledge of Chords–Reinforce the Basics, or Create a Seemingly Endless Vocabulary of Voicings in Advanced Guitar Lessons.
— Learn or Improve Soloing and Improvisation–Discover Hundreds of Scales, Modes, Arpeggios, and More; But Most Importantly….HOW TO USE THEM!
— Explore Music Theory in a Practical, Usable Way.
— Be Exposed to New Techniques–Guitar Lessons in Fingerpicking, Slide, Open Tunings, etc.
— Analyze Your Favorite Artists and Get to Know Their Tricks!–How Have Your Heroes Written Songs or Solos, and How Can You Integrate That Into Your Playing?
— Learn to Read Music and Develop Sight Reading Skills.