Lindy Day is a professional female lead guitarist who has been in the industry for years. In the past year, she has been nominated in the hall-of-fame for Instagram's Female Lead Guitarist. Her Instagram account has also been voted the #3 spot for "Top Female Guitarists to Follow" for 2016. She played with the worlds only All-Female Queen Tribute band, The Killer Queens. In 2018 she appeared on NBC. Her music has been placed on ESPN, Netflix, and Imax.
Lindy teaches a wide variety of skill levels and genres. Her most popular lessons are rock and pop acoustic guitar. She also teaches classical guitar, music theory, and the ability to read music. Although her most popular lessons are in acoustic guitar, she also loves to teach electric, specifically classic rock styles. She enjoys teaching students note-for-note famous solos as well as teaching advanced techniques like tapping, speed picking, sweeps, improv and soloing.
For more info visit her website www.LindyDay.com or her instagram www.Instagram.com/GuitaristLindy
Lindy is a fantastic teacher. I have been searching for someone who not only understands the voice but also has a strong understanding of music. She is an incredible musician as well as singer. You have to see her play guitar in her Queen tribute! Plus, she'a really sweet and patient. I would recommend her to anyone who wants to learn release their inner artist.
Usually, students start off learning chords, hand positions, and after a few weeks, will be able to play chord based songs. I frequently check in with students to make sure their goals and wants are being met. If the student shows interest in lead guitar, we will switch to lead skills.
Students with me long enough will go through both courses: chords and lead skills.
Lindy has been privately trained with a variety of teachers including Julio Reyes (classical guitar professor at Conservatory) and Daniel Yarritu, an accomplished Bay Area guitarist who has opened for Keiko Matsui and Lee Ritenour. Lindy has also attended music classes at SUNY Plattsburgh and West Valley College.
$30 for 30m
$45 for 45m
$55 for 60m
I perform professionally in bands for years. After some time, my neighbor asked for lessons and I found I enjoy it very much! I have worked with children for years, so it's a perfect combination of the two things I love.
Kids, mostly, but I have a handful of adult students.
Make sure the teacher is encouraging. Adults tell me the same story frequently, which is that when they were little they hated their teacher and so they associated their instrument with bad emotions. Now that they're an adult, they wished they stuck with it. I never want a student to feel badly about themselves or their instrument. You should be inspired to be with your instrument, and I aim to keep that excitement going in lessons
There is no dumb question. I'm fond of discussing students needs and goals, although I realize sometime students have trouble vocalizing their exact needs. I can help you discover different aspects of guitar until you find your desired goal.
It's also important to note that goals and expectations may change, and this is actually more normal than people realize. That's why having a flexible teacher is so important.