KJZ Music

KJZ Music

Kevin Zugschwert

Aurora, CO


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Lesson Details

Daytimes or evenings are available

Our instruction area is spot on. The store and studio provide an exceptional learning environment and contain amplifiers, acoustic, electric and bass guitars. We have the latest technology in keyboards, and the use of drum machines make the lesson more fun utilizing the feel of being in a band. We are conveniently located just off Hampden Ave. and Tower Rd.

The teaching style is laid back and comfortable. Focus is on teaching students how to teach themselves The basics: music theory, music reading, chords, chord progressions, melody, harmony, technique etc...

Don't look too hard for a teacher now, you've already found him. So what are you waiting for? Stop reading this and contact me already. It's all about having fun with music, so come on over, and let's rock.


rock, acoustic, classical, flamenco, metal, blues


Westminster High - General - 1991 - 1995 Mentorship; Neil Haverstick, and Todd Keehn. Studies with Dave Martone Over 25 years experience including teaching, live performances, songwriting, and studio recordings.


Six String Theory Rock Guitar Competition top 5 of 2011 Guitar Player Guitar Superstar top ten of 2010 Guitar World magazine top ten shred the web of 2009

Four Studio Albums 'Guitar Relaxation' - 2012 'Fungi' - 2010 'Subject To Change' - 2006 'Over The Limit' - 2004

Testimonials From The Pros (George Lynch, Elliot Easton, Reeves Gabrels and more...)

Subjects Taught

music theory, music sight reading, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, bass guitar, digital recording, piano, ukulele, keyboard, and drums

Ages Taught

Students 1 to 99 years old


Acoustic Guitar, Blues Guitar, Classical Guitar, Classical Piano, Country Guitar, Composition, Flamenco Guitar, Guitar, Music Performance, Music Recording, Music Theory, Piano, Songwriting, Ukulele


Aurora, CO 80017

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