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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!
I have to say I feel Adam may be one of the absolute best guitar instructors in Dallas. His attention to detail and drive to teach is inspiring. He’s like a personal trainer for guitar. I have learned more in 2 months of lessons with him about technique and theory than I have in 10 years of playing on my own. He’s helped me see how to correct issues in my playing, how to learn material effectively and how to practice to improve.
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!
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. Mr. Mitchakes’ journey with the electric guitar began in 2003 at the age of thirteen, when he began taking private music lessons at Fiddle and Bow Music Company in Dallas, Texas. His teaching career began in 2005. From 2011 to 2017, Mr. Mitchakes was a private music instructor at the Parish Episcopal School of Dallas. Aside from teaching private music lessons, Mr. Mitchakes is a professional musician whose talents range from live performance to recording session work. In 2015 alongside his partners Kenny Kranzow and Anthony Abston, Mr. Mitchakes completed construction on the thousand-square-foot Studio A recording studio facility of TGW Studios in Richardson, TX. As a session guitarist on call at TGW Studios, Mr. Mitchakes has had the pleasure of working with many artists in genres as wide-ranging as country music to modern hip hop. Some of his recent recording clients include Christian Brooks (a childhood friend of Stevie Ray Vaughan), Texas Blues Legend Anson Funderbergh, Mike Morgan, session pianist Christian Dossler, Texas Blues Club, Dempsey Crenshaw of the Drifters, Matthew McDaniel of Thieves of Sunrise, Gunwa, Kayla Levels, Andy, and Riley Walton, Monty Dawson, & One Less Light. Mr. Mitchakes is a proud Eagle Scout of Troop 751 in Richardson, Texas. Mr. Mitchakes isn’t just an active guitarist who plays and records professionally in Dallas, but he also holds a deep, personal commitment and passion for teaching and training other musicians to excel in their talents. He uses many of the skills he learned from his scouting experience while he teaches, and he understands that the critical development of young children is of vital importance in any learning environment.
I love helping students grow into becoming the musicians they want to be! One of my favorite music teacher stories would be getting to help one of my younger students at the time, Grace gets ready to play in the Parish Episcopal School's talent show. She had never played in front of anyone before and was really nervous. We spent a few weeks working on an older White Stripes rock song to prepare for her audition. She got some of her school friends together to form a three-piece band named Milk Toast, and I helped them learn how to tighten up their live performance at my recording studio. I decided to do something very special for her on the day of the performance. I brought out a real-deal vintage 1966 Fender Deluxe Reverb that rivaled Jack White's use in the White Stripes. Her parents had bought band t-shirts emblazoned with Milk Toast and gave them out to most of the kids in her class so she could have her own fan base. When they finished, you would have thought Bono himself was in the building judging by the screams!
I was incredibly lucky to have several very important music teachers who helped shape my growth as a musician and made a profound, lasting impact on my life. They include Scott Taylor, the former head of the American Bandmasters Association and the Director of Symphonic Winds at Richardson High School, Lewis and Rob Case at Fiddle and Bow Music Company in Dallas, TX, and Candie Nelson, my clarinet teacher as a kid. These teachers made such an impact on me, I decided to do the same and inspire a generation of players to find themselves in music as well.
I have been playing professionally since the age of 13 years old. I grew up in Dallas, TX playing Texas Blues with many of Stevie Ray Vaughan's childhood friends. I spend most of my waking hours playing guitar, teaching, or working on recording original music in the recording studio!
In response to the current Coronavirus crisis, I will start beginner group lessons for students to take online. Individual one-on-one sessions will be booked through Zoom video chat. Please contact me regarding availability and pricing as we will be going around my regular teaching schedule. For beginners and players looking for a more generalized lesson plan, I will offer online group classes through Zoom as well. Group Classes will be offered at $30 a class for 35 mins lessons. Courses will have a max size of 8 students. Group classes are an excellent way for everyone to stay mentally active and productive while we rest and spend more time at home during this crisis! If you need a way to help stay positive while you're locked in quarantine, think about taking some guitar lessons from me!
In terms of quality of instruction, I have spent the pandemic upgrading my home studio's computer to the newest 2020 Mac Pro, Slate Raven Mti touchscreen mixer, Universal Audio for routing, and a universal audio ox box to send cranked tube amp signal through Zoom to demonstrate high quality sounding guitar tone on demand in your Zoom Lessons. All Lessons are filmed in RAW 4K and professionally lit. Music Charts are handwritten PDFs written on an iPad for quick and easy access and shareability, and at the end of each lesson video summaries are recorded and given to each student for their records.
I have moved all my music lessons to online instruction only as we navigate the Covid Pandemic. I do not wish to put a single student at risk for long-term health effects from a novel disease.
Lessons are conducted entirely thru Zoom meetings, with audio bused to 192 HD quality thru a Nuemman TLM103, a Mesa Boogie amplifier cranked with an attenuator to capture proper tube tone. All lessons are conducted in 4K Raw quality with a Sony A6500 being used as a webcam. All lessons are professionally lit from my home studio and can be recorded for further study upon request.
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The average rating for Bark Guitar Teachers in Dallas is 4.98, based on 30 reviews.