At MadChair, one thing that's very different from lessons elsewhere, is bringing in other musicians to jam in a band type setting once the student feels comfortable. This has proven to be a great aid in getting the student accustomed to performing with others if this is one of their personal goals. I am well versed in blues, rock and roll, metal, classical, funk, jazz, and reggae, and of course have always been passionate about teaching, no matter what style you're into.
I teach through Thumbtack as well, and my favorite part of teaching of course is watching my students progress! It benefits me for them do well so my brain is always in teacher mode no matter where I am.
Bryson is a great instructor. His knowledge and experience of guitar playing and different music genres is vast, and makes learning to play guitar a lot of fun!
Bryson is very patient and professional. He makes sure I leave my lesson understanding and knowing how to practice at home. He’s never in a hurry and doesn’t mind my questions. I would highly recommend Bryson Granger.
Bryson Granger is an excellent guitar instructor. Very patient, great personality, and has no problem repeating lessons until you’re sure practicing at home is correct. Happy to be his student. Highly recommended.
Works with my crazy schedule!. Teaches songs I like instead of scales and price is reasonable.
First, I figure out what their comfort level is on guitar if anything. And of course beginning guitarists are always welcome.
Years of guitar lessons and regular live performances with many other respected bands. I am also rated "Top Pro" on Thumbtack.
50 per hour 55 for in home lessons.
I was originally self taught before studying with Dr. Wermier at Villa Musica for 6 years. I have also started up numerous bands to be able to perform live regularly. This has helped me to develope my own voice on the guitar which helps to shape my playing to this day.
I work with students of all ages from children to seniors and novice to advanced. All ages and backgrounds are welcome. Some of my students use Skype or FaceTime as well which has proven to be a great option.
What type of music they want to learn to play, and if they are interested in learning theory (the building blocks of music, learning standard notation, and how it all fits together).