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I have been playing guitar for 16 years now, and have played in many different settings. I'm currently the lead guitar player for a gigging band in the Dallas, TX area. My past experience includes: musical theater, jazz bands, church services, and more! I run my lessons based off current skill level, goals, and musical interests of my students. There is no "one size fits all" idea for learning or teaching music.
Joey teaches my 10 year old son guitar and drums. He is friendly, knowledgeable and always punctual. He is also flexible when our schedules conflict and as a busy mom, that is very helpful. Joey adapts well to my son’s abilities and needs and picks music that is appropriate and enjoyable for him to play. From a student’s perspective, my son says that he considers Joey a friend and musical mentor.
Erick Kahn is owner of Music Kahncepts Studios in Arlington, TX, where he teaches and produces music for Classical and Jazz Guitar, Bass Guitar and Ukulele. He has over 20 years of experience in teaching, recording and performing as a soloist with well renowned musicians in national and international stages.
Alex Mitchakes has been teaching private music lessons for the last eighteen years with experience in teaching blues, jazz, country, rock n’ roll, acoustic fingerpicking, funk, songwriting, and music theory. Being a Dallas local, he attended Richardson High School in Richardson, Texas. He studied classical music extensively for four years under the prestigious direction of Scott Taylor, the President of the American Bandmaster’s Association He holds an Associate’s Degree in Commercial Music, focusing in Audio Engineering, from Collin College.
Personal connection. I make myself available 24/7 to help students reach their goals. Every student will get a personalized practice schedule every week to help them improve at the rate they want to improve, and no song is off limits!
My name is Steve, and I'm a guitar teacher. I've been playing for over twenty years, solo and in various bands in various styles. I've now been teaching for three years, and I absolutely love it. My focus is to give my students both the skills they need to sound amazing when they pickup their guitars and the understanding to continue to grow as musicians. I like my lessons to be guided by my students' interests and strengths, but structured toward building the fundamental skillsets they need to really enjoy playing music.
Before working with Steve, it had been about 10 years since I had taken guitar lessons or played consistently. While Steve is a great teacher overall, I've most appreciated his knowledge of music theory and his ability to explain not just how to do something, but the technicality behind it. Most of my musical background has been in classical piano, so it has also been fun to learn how to use that knowledge base to play around, be creative, and just have fun with music.
My daughter has taken guitar lessons for a couple of years with Paul Lidel, and we have only good things to say. She likes that he teaches by using songs that she wants to learn and not just practicing chords and scales. She says he's patient and goes into things in depth. She's happy and is steadily improving, so we're happy.
Adam is an astounding guitar player and an amazing teacher. He teaches just about any genre and really tailors his lessons to help you reach YOUR playing goals.
I had plateaued in my playing, so I looked for an instructor to push me along and happened to come across Adam. I couldn’t have been more lucky. On top of his great teaching he’s a great guy too, and although I don’t live in Dallas anymore he still keeps up with me.
Stop looking cause this is your guy.
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We got lucky early on. But for our son, Max, now studying music at Berklee College of Music it all started because of that luck. Eight years ago, 12 year old Max wanted to play guitar. For a lack of creativity we went to Guitar Center and asked around. Two sales dudes recommended Greg Ray. Max has not looked back. Greg's teaching approach was clearly adapted to Max's style of learning. Each week, Greg would ask Max which song he wanted to learn. They poured over technique, musicianship and artistry. Max would come back, they'd tweak it then Greg would say, "what song do you want to learn this next week? And on the cycle of learning unfolded. Years later, when Max auditioned for Booker T Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts, Greg coached Max on how to play Donna Lee at full speed (google that song). Max's preparation and expertise was jaw dropping. Out of 76 auditioning guitarists, Max was one of a handful selected.Max loves music. He is a profoundly talented guitarist. We owe a HUGE debt of gratitude to Greg Ray!So if you're reading this review and you're looking for a guitar teacher for your kid (or you?) -then consider yourself lucky!
Sean has been teaching my 6-year-old son classical guitar for about 3 years now. Progress was slow for the first year, but my son's pace of learning accelerated dramatically after that. Children really learn quickly with the right teaching. He now plays songs capably from Suzuki book 4 and RCA book 3 and is considered an intermediate-level player. He can also ready music well. At this rate, I expect him to be an advanced player before he is even out of elementary school. The fact that he has progressed so well is a testament to Sean's patience, experience, and approach. I also want to add that my son genuinely enjoys playing. I fully expect playing guitar to become a lifelong source of pleasure for him. That's a beautiful gift.