I tailor my lessons to suit the students level and musical influences and interests, emphasising that the more a student practices the quicker they advance. Practice, practice, practice is the key to learning any musical instrument. All reference material is supplied.
I put vocal adequacy and capacity as a priority rather than music theory however, I believe that practicing and refining music theory knowledge aids one's true potential and adds to an individuals vocal and creative talent.
Lesson is always conducted one on one. Student will provide there own instrument unless otherwise noted. First part will be revising previous weeks lesson and reaffirming any material which was not sufficiently covered. Main body will be covering additional material which has been set by the teacher.
- RHYTHM GUITAR (various types of accompaniment) - LEAD GUITAR (lead parts, melody, soloing/improvisation) - PLECTRUM and FINGER-PICKING techniques for Songs, etc - CHORDS, SCALES, FINGERBOARD knowledge, MUSIC THEORY - developing RHYTHM, reading MUSICAL or TABLATURE NOTATION - and many other useful skills Hi, my name is Tim, and I can help you develop your musical, creative and expressive...
Lessons are for half an hour, once a week. Students are expected to practise regularly during the week in order to improve and achieve the short and long term goals. Mainly catering to beginners through to intermediate level guitar players. All styles of guitar playing are catered for including bass.
I like to give the student to capacity to understand how the instrument works, and especially how music works, once they have the capacity to understand, once they grow enough, they will be able to keep on learning by themselves. At the end of the day, you always learn more out of your own conclusions based on experimentation than from what others tell you.
I work one on one with people teaching them the basics - step by step strumming coordination. I can relate to peoples learning style and can adjust my teaching method to suit the individual needs of the student. I take time to ensure that the student is competent in each step before progressing further.
Keepin' it super real. If there is any intention to not keep it super real then you have most certainly come to the wrong place. If there was a such thing, i would get a musical restraining order until you agree before the gods of rock to keep it super real for the rest of your life.
My teaching method is hands on. I like to get my beginner students to learn basic chords/beats and to some easy songs first and then introduce them to theory and music notation slowly to keep them interested and having fun. I find my method works well and 90% of my students progress rapidly.
Patience, explanation, direction, patience, the learning experience is in the hands and mind of the learner so the patience part is most important as you can probably tell, I drift through explanation and description and can expand on specifics on question
My approach is to first get people used to the instrument, learn their favourite songs from scratch, and use their own unique gifts. No student is the same, and I make guitar fun to play and learn.
i base my classes on what i was taught during my time receiving lessons privately through the conservatorium of music, focusing on basic chord building, the circle of fifths, basic of scales and how to apply them musically.
My classes are flexible depending on the abilities and aspirations of my students. I base my lessons on 4 pillars of learning. Reading Music, Playing by Ear, Improvisation and Technique. I endeavour to discover what my students enjoy and what inspires them and develop their own idividual lesson plans to suit their needs and desires.
I base my classes on basics. Learning the basic notes, chords in a fun and memorable way with easy diagrams and hands on lessons. In writing, I begin with learning about chorus, verse and bridges, followed by word rhymes and subjects. In teaching music, I approach it in a similar way as teaching the alphabet, easy tricks to remember and using all senses. eg.
I like to get a feel for the type of music my students actually enjoy so that i can cater my lessons to their tastes to keep their interest. Will teach both practical & theoretical skills in playing guitar/bass & encourage them into the genre they prefer.
I'm self taught in guitar so my teaching style is relaxed and practice focused, with less emphasis on music theory.
My teaching method is fun and easy. I began learning fingerpicking very early and believe it has given me a wider range of skills. I will do the same for my students. I will include electric and acoustic teaching to give students a greater idea of what is to be a guitarist, whats easier, what is the correct technique so they can gain good habits early on.
My teaching method is to understand what the student is interested in; favourite artist, genre. I believe in teaching the student something they enjoy to make the lesson and practicing at home fun! Every student I have taught has achieved so much in their music.
Learning guitar is fun. I want to help you learn in the way best suits you. Learn the style you want to learn. Depending on your skill level a typical lesson might be, discussing a song you'd like to learn going over the chords used, having a jam and getting the strumming pattern.
I'll teach the basic lesson of guitar with basic theory. As we progress, I'll be teaching Major and minor chords as well as fingerstyle patterns and strumming patterns. Student will need to practice everyday at least 20-30 minutes to become better and better.
I teach through various methods, depending on what the student wants to learn.
The best way to learn is under the Guidance of a good teacher, unfortunately, there aren’t many out there. I have Found this out with experience and ended up having to single out certain methods from a number of different teachers. Again, i found the best teacher for an aspiring musician is in the form of listening and learning from music itself.
I find it's easier to teach someone if you know what they want, eg: if they only want to play really pretty chords on an acoustic guitar, or if you want to do big screeching solo's like the pro's
I like to personalise the way I teach for each student. Sometimes we may star from scratch, or build upon what you've already accomplished. I try to find techniques that would work for you. We can go through songs and break down each song, learning the proper techniques and refining your sound.
I like to approach each student individually and find out what they desire out of the lessons. Whether its just a casual approach to learn songs you enjoy or whether a student wants to dive into theory, technique and take the guitar on as more than a hobby. I am willing to provide whatever is needed at a pace that suits each Individual.
You'll literally learn to look at music and cultivate it in you. You'll become a strong instrumentalist. Things you'll learn:- 1. Scales: Pentatonic/Blues/Harmonic Minor/Chords; Arpeggios, Tapping, Sweep Picking etc. 2. Music appreciation: Rock/Classical 3. I'll give you violin lessons too but guitar will be the main focus.
My method includes lessons of variable duration but high intensity, where we try to get to the bottom of the topic by understanding its essence.
I base my lessons around the style you would like to play but more importantly the songs you want to play.
I'm a very thorough teacher and I expect to impart every tiny amount of knowledge that I have into my students. My classes are very practical and the child will be sound in the theory and practical aspect of music.
Keith Armitage has been a professional musician all his life and is a multi award winning songwriter and teaches songwriting to all ages and all levels. Become familiar with the hook line, verse, Chorus, Rhyme, Word Palettes, Meter and much more.
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Perfect! Michael started giving our son guitar lessons 1 Month ago, we are very happy and will continue with Michael. I would very much recommend him as a teacher as he is very patient, very friendly and very caring for his student.
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