My teaching approach: • I develop a unique lesson plan to fit the student's personal goals. • We base the lessons on books like: A Method for guitar (Berkley), Guitar Institute (MI), Solo Guitar Playing (Frederick M. Noad), and many others I have accumulated through the years. • I have an Electric and Acoustic guitar • I have 2 amplifiers ready for students interested in learning electric guitar. • I use Cubase as a recording platform. My influences are: Jimi Hendrix, Jhonny Marr, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Daniel Ash, Pat Metheny, Miles Davis, Chris Manecke. Guitar Techniques: Lead guitar, Rhythm guitar, Fingerstyle, Performance, Improvisation, Reading Music, Music Theory, Song Writing, Recording and Production Your first guitar lesson with me might include the following: • I first review and correct bad habits that limit their playing ability including: bad body posture, bad hand placement, and identifying tension through out the body. • Continue with Triad chords study • then with a simple song study to take home A guitar lesson with me might entail the following:
1. First we review the students playing ability, if he/she is a beginner go to step 2
2. Review and correct bad habits that limit their playing abilities
3. Triad chords study
4. Simple song study (triads)
5. Reading exercises
6. Favorite song study
7. Fingerpicking style guitar
11. Chord scale theory
The student will decide what studies he/she want to overtake, depending on the students goals. The qualities I look for in an ideal guitar student might include the following: All students are important and ideal cause they all teach me something different. But if I have to describe an ideal student he/she would be responsible in studying at home at least 1 to 2 hours a day all the lessons we cover in class, and of course he/she would be on time for the class.
Passing the knowledge of music.
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Certificate program for Music Composition for Film and TV