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  • Reverb Lessons

    Reverb Lessons

    Washington, DC 20001

    5.0 (11)

    Reverb Lessons is on a mission to make learning to play, sing or create music as easy as possible. Unlike a traditional music lesson company, Reverb Lessons has designed its customer experience around you: simply sign up online, book a time with your instructor and explore your creative side. You have the choice of taking lessons online, at the instructor's location, or at your place — whatever works best for you. All payment is taken care of head of time, so no need to worry about having cash for your lesson. Reverb Lessons puts all of its teachers through a rigorous interview process, ensuri
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  • The Note Factory

    The Note Factory

    Columbia, MD 21044

    5.0 (11)

    My name is Mike Zampi and I teach music instruction in Columbia and Severna Park in Acoustic, Electric, Instrumental, Folk, Open Tunings, Jazz, Lead, Blues, and Rock guitar.I also teach bass, drums, percussion, steel drums, ukele, vocals, lyric writing, production, engineering, and songwriting.I've been teaching music instruction for 28 years and my goal is turn each student into a musician by reading music, understanding note values, and learning the art of playing by ear.  I have been a professional musician for 46 years and have released seven personal CDs and two DVDs.  I have al
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  • Ottley Music School, Inc.

    Ottley Music School, Inc.

    Hyattsville, MD 20782

    5.0 (6)

    Ottley Music School (OMS) is a multi-faceted, Better Business Bureau A+ rated business accredited, musical learning institution established in the Washington, D.C. area in 1973. Its motto is Founder Nevilla E. Ottley has earned B.Mus. (music ed. and piano)., M.A. (music history and organ performance), M.Mus. (choral and orchestral conducting), and has received about a dozen awards for her work in the DMV. A full biography is found at http://www.iamaonline.com/Bio/Nevilla_Eloise_Ottley-Adjahoe.htm . OMS offers private lessons with over a dozen qualified teachers in piano, organ, voice and drama
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  • Morgan Henry Guitar Lessons

    Morgan Henry Guitar Lessons

    Alexandria, VA 22312

    5.0 (3)

    My teaching approach: I teach popular styles except classical, hiphop, ethnic and flamenco. Guitar playing is FUN. My teaching style is to find songs you want to play, and inject necessary concepts into the process of learning it. Includes music theory and technique. I use ear training, chord diagrams, tab, even standard notation. Bring songs or use my library. My background is in bands, in living rooms, and in the studio. So I can teach you to play by yourself, with others or in bands. My influences are: The British Invasion and folkies got me going in the last 60's - but I've been in bands s
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  • Larry Hoffman Music

    Larry Hoffman Music

    Baltimore, MD 21201

    5.0 (3)

    I teach all Levels and Styles of folk, blues, and jazz guitar as well as all levels of music theory. My fees are $60 an hour / $35 a half-hour Details of my program: I teach students to understand the instrument --and music --in such a way as to prepare them for whatever styles of music they choose to play. I will teach you how to play and improvise over songs of all styles, as well as how to create your own arrangements of songs that you choose, in any idiom, as well as creating your own songs. SONGS -- students choose the songs that they most want to play, and I coach them as they create ind
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  • Apex Music

    Apex Music

    Oxon Hill, MD 20745

    5.0 (3)

    I stand out by being able to answer your questions,Teaching you every aspect of guitar playing. This includes Reading,Improvisation,Songwriting,Music Theory,Soloing and Accompanying Singers or playing in a band in every idiom of Music from Rock, Metal, Blues, Country & Jazz. I have taught Guitar over 25 years with students from all ages and backgrounds and experience levels, whether Beginner or Experienced. If you are serious about learning to play Guitar,I will take you Seriously! I have the teaching ability and patience to guide you on your journey as a Musician. I have a Bachelors in Mu
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  • Seidenman's Guitar

    Seidenman's Guitar

    Germantown, MD 20874

    5.0 (3)

    I have been performing as a professional classical guitarist for over 25 years. I have at least 15 years of experience teaching guitar, including teaching at Dale Music Co. and Montgomery College Music Department as an adjunct guitar instructor. I am currently on the faculty of the Maryland Music Academy in Columbia, Maryland. I started guitar lessons when I was 8 years old, and have studied with a few well known concert guitarists. I have performed in master classes with internationally recognized guitarists, have given solo guitar recitals in several concert halls, as well as performed in in
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  • Greggory Hammond Guitar Lessons

    Greggory Hammond Guitar Lessons

    Washington, DC 20004

    5.0 (1)

    My teaching approach: Each student has their own way of learning. My experience as a teacher and player helps me determine the best way for each student to learn, resulting in the most progress in the least amount of time. I blend many methods to custom fit the needs and desires of each student. Students leave each lesson with a set of exercises to practice until the next lesson -- the amount of time the student dedicates at home is directly related to their progress. My influences are: Eric Clapton, Alex Lifeson, Jack Johnson, Tony Iommi, Jimi Hendrix, Bob Dylan, Joe Satriani, Trey Anastasio,
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  • Music Spectrum School For The Arts

    Music Spectrum School For The Arts

    Herndon, VA 20170

    5.0 (1)

    Best value in the highest quality music, art and dance instruction

  • Christian Arts Studio

    Christian Arts Studio

    Sterling, VA 20164

    4.0 (1)

    I am very experienced and can accommodate and customize lessons according to students needs. I fell in love with music at an early age, and was attracted to guitar music at age 15.   Since then, I've been collecting guitars, learning all about the different brands.  I also began to explore different playing styles.   I played electric bass guitar in my first band

  • E. Carter Enterprises

    E. Carter Enterprises

    Greenbelt, MD 20770

    5.0 (1)

    With more than thirty years of experience, I have performed with quite a few well known artists including many grammy-nominated celebrities. My performance and recording resume includes Freddie Jackson, Regina Belle, Mya, Syleena Johnson, Coolio, EU, Tony Terry, Angela Bofill, Alyson Williams, Nick Colionne, Mike Phillips, Gerald Veasley, Michael Lington, Bobby Lyle, Marcus Johnson, Bob Baldwin, Bobby Humphrey, Miles Jaye, Pamela Williams and many others. In addition, I have released eight solo recording projects and worked as the music director for overseas projects, television shows and more
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  • Dan Lamaestra - One Step Up Studio

    Dan Lamaestra - One Step Up Studio

    Vienna, VA 22181

    I have played music for my entire adult life, and started on guitar at the age of 16. The US NavyBand is my main job, where I work as a classical and jazz pianist, and occasionally play guitar and bass as required for the job. I have been there for 13 years, and hold the position of presidential support pianist, for the White House and other official VIP functions. I am a student of music history and music theory, and believe every music student should have a well rounded approach to playing music. If you play by ear, I can help you read and understand what you are playing. If you are a r
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  • Aaron Thaul Piano And Guitar Lessons

    Aaron Thaul Piano And Guitar Lessons

    Chevy Chase, MD 20815

    I am a piano and guitar player with many years of teaching experience both privately and at Bach 2 Rock Music School in Bethesda. I studied Jazz at Emory University and spent 3 years playing in Jazz Combos there. I love Rock n' Roll, Classic Rock, Blues, Jazz, Classical, Showtunes and I enjoy learning to play new pop songs as well as writing some of my own music. My greatest strengths as a teacher, I'm told, are that I'm fun, easy to get along with and good at simplifying complicated pieces. Looking forward to meeting you and getting started!
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  • Marcus Webb ONLINE ONLY     Guitar Lessons

    Marcus Webb ONLINE ONLY Guitar Lessons

    Washington, DC 20004

    My teaching approach: Guitarist Marcus Webb is is recognized as a incredibly creative and innovative guitarists and a restless collaborator who is engaged in exploring and extending the boundaries of his instrument. Lessons with me take place ONLINE only via Skype. Topics covered: Guitar Techniques: Guidance In Equipment Selection, Recording and Production, Song Writing, Scales and Exercises, Music Theory, Reading Music, Jamming Skills, Improvisation, Performance, Vocal Accompaniment, Slide Guitar, Fingerstyle, Open tuning, Rhythm guitar, Lead guitar.  Your first guitar lesson with me mig
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  • Ignacio Hernandez Guitar Lessons

    Ignacio Hernandez Guitar Lessons

    Alexandria, VA 22314

    My teaching approach: I have studied music in argentina and continued my studies at Berklee College of Music, in Boston. I have been a very active musician in New York, Greece, Washington DC and Buenos Aires, Argentina. I love all music styles and I have been working on many of them for several years My influences are: All the music in the world influences me, for bad or good, it's a constant discovery My guitar lessons take place in: The teacher's studio or the student's home Guitar Lessons with me take place in the following areas: In the Metro area or bus accesible Guitar Techniques: Ja
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  • Jensen Kvarnes Guitar Lessons

    Jensen Kvarnes Guitar Lessons

    Fairfax, VA 22030

    My teaching approach: I teach beginning and intermediate acoustic and electric guitar to students of all ages above 8 yrs. I am friendly, fun and patient and will start you playing right away. Older students will start with two chords they can strum and play in the first lesson, and youngest students will start with melodies on the thin (high) strings until their hands are strong enough to play chords. My influences are: Jimi Hendrix, John Prine, John Hammond Jr (blues), Frank Zappa, Beatles, Beach Boys, Joao Gilbertoa My guitar lessons take place in: The student's home Guitar lessons t
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  • Arena Sound Music Instruction

    Arena Sound Music Instruction

    Washington, DC 20004

    Description about my music education organization's philosophy, experience, community, curriculum, and faculty: Lessons should be enjoyable and designed around the student's or parent's goals. Description of scholarships or financial assistance : We plan to add a scholarship program. Instrument Type: Acoustic guitar, Electric guitar, Classical guitar, Electric bass Music Styles Rock Guitar, Blues Guitar, Folk Guitar, Country Guitar, Alternative Guitar, R & B Guitar, Metal Guitar, Bluegrass Guitar, Classical Guitar, HipHop Guitar, Pop Guitar, Jazz Guitar, Christian/Gospel Guitar
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  • Brian White Guitar Lessons

    Brian White Guitar Lessons

    Silver Spring, MD 20901

    My teaching approach: I find teaching to be the most rewarding field of music. I have been playing bass for 20 years and spent the majority in studio production of the bass. I spent the last 6 years touring trough Europe,Canada. and the United States. My musical background and influences ranga from classical to hard rock with a lot in the middle. I have a vast knowledge of not just music theory,but of the bass guitar. My guitar lessons take place in: Either location Guitar Techniques: Fingerpicking, Improvisation, Music Theory, Scales and Exercises, Recording and Production, Guidance In Equi
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  • Bill Mott Guitar Lessons

    Bill Mott Guitar Lessons

    Silver Spring, MD 20901

    My teaching approach: Very laidback style of teaching. Degreed from University of Maryland. Past instructor at Bill's Music House and Music and Arts. Past students have been accepted into the Berklee College of Music and Peabody Conservatory. My influences are: Eric Clapton, Jimi Hendrix, John Coltraine, BB King, Freddy King, Stevie Ray Vaughn My guitar lessons take place in: The teacher's studio or the student's home Guitar Lessons with me take place in the following areas: Mike's Music House and at my home studio in Columbia, Maryland Guitar Techniques: Lead guitar, Rhythm guitar, Open t
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  • Robert Adams Guitar Lessons

    Robert Adams Guitar Lessons

    Silver Spring, MD 20901

    My teaching approach: I like to ensure that the student has a firm grasp on the guitar's tuning system and how that works out in patterns on the guitar and then based upon the students goals and objectives begin to work out how they want to best express themselves. I own a variety of electric and acoustic guitars; Fender, PRS, Takamine and amps as well Roland, Fender, Line 6, Peavey, Crate. I generally let the students try to find what THEY like and how we can develop the sound they hear in THEIR heads. My influences are: Prince, Jesse Johnson, Jimmy Nolan, Freddie Stone, Leo Nocentelli, Dez
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  • Josh Urban Guitar Lessons

    Josh Urban Guitar Lessons

    Silver Spring, MD 20901

    My teaching approach: Hi there! I'm Josh, and I teach guitar for a living. I view myself as an ambassador to music, and want you to love it as much as I do. I truly believe we can all be great artists, or at least have a blast while playing guitar. It's my goal to help you...rock out! All levels are welcome in my studio. I work for you, and I never forget that. In addition to teaching, I play locally as well My influences are: Stevie Ray Vaughan, Jimi Hendrix, Chuck Brown, Beethoven, Eddie Van Halen, Charlie Parker, Joe Satriani, Paul Gilbert, Jeff Beck My guitar lessons take place in: The t
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  • Jamin Kuhn Guitar Lessons

    Jamin Kuhn Guitar Lessons

    Silver Spring, MD 20901

    My teaching approach: I try to balance the personal goals of the student with what can help them achieve those goals. I also try to balance curiculum with free inquiry and improvisation. My influences are: John Standeffer, Joe Satriani, Switchfoot, dc Talk, Israel Houghton, Kirk Franklin, Caleb, U2, Coldplay, Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, John Mark Mcmillan, Phil Keaggy, Steven Curtis Chapman My guitar lessons take place in: The teacher's studio or the student's home Guitar Lessons with me take place in the following areas: Bowie, MD 20716 Guitar Techniques: Scales and Exercises, Music Theory,
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  • Tony Fazio Guitar Lessons

    Tony Fazio Guitar Lessons

    Silver Spring, MD 20901

    My teaching approach: Tony Fazio has extensive experience in performing and teaching. He has a bachelors degree in music from Berklee College of Music, along with a musical family, whose dad got him interested in playing guitar since he was 7 years old. Tony Fazio has played at many major music festivals with bands such as Memphis Gold and Charlie Sayles . These festivals had many national performers also on the line up, such as James Brown, Buddy Guy, Jimmie Vaughan, Shameka Copeland, Duke Robillard, Deanna Bogart, Bobby Parker, Spyro Gyra, Los Lobos, Jimmy Cliff, etc. Tony has also professio
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  • Frederick Wilchek Guitar Lessons

    Frederick Wilchek Guitar Lessons

    Silver Spring, MD 20903

    My teaching approach: Consistant technical development and note reading along with students favorite music My influences are: Hendrix, Segovia etc My guitar lessons take place in: The teacher's studio Guitar lessons typically take place on these days and hours: Mon-Thurs Guitar Techniques: Lead guitar, Rhythm guitar, Open tuning, Fingerstyle, Slide Guitar, Vocal Accompaniment, Performance, Improvisation, Jamming Skills, Reading Music, Music Theory, Scales and Exercises, Song Writing, Guidance In Equipment Selection Your first guitar lesson with me might include the following: Student pla
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  • Suzanne Brindamour Guitar Lessons

    Suzanne Brindamour Guitar Lessons

    Silver Spring, MD 20901

    My teaching approach: I have been a performing singer/songwriter/guitarist for 15 years, as well as a composer for film & television. I have taught lessons to all ages for over 3 years. Lessons are tailored to the student and taught holistically. We go at the student's pace and take the appropriate direction to inspire the student to continue. Learn to train your ear, chords, songs, rhythm, finger picking, basic theory & understanding of music. Lastly, I have a great love of music and will do my best to cheer you on! My influences are: My influences include: Joni Mitchell, James Taylor, Patty
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  • Victor Crisen Guitar Lessons

    Victor Crisen Guitar Lessons

    Olney, MD 20832

    My teaching approach: Lessons are taught and tailored to the individual. Using years of experience teaching and performing, plus special interests of the student. My influences are: My influences range from just about anywhere. I have played jazz, funk, rock, and many styles, professionally. I am a member of Chopteeth Afrofunk Big Band. A band that has released two WAMMIE winning albums, played at top venues, and collaborated with international musicians. www.chopteeth.com My guitar lessons take place in: The teacher's studio Guitar Lessons with me take place in the following areas: Studio Aca
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  • Larry Rice Guitar Lessons

    Larry Rice Guitar Lessons

    Falls Church, VA 22046

    My guitar lessons take place in: The teacher's studio Guitar lessons typically take place on these days and hours: Sunday 9am - 10pm Monday - Wednesday 8am - 10pm Thursday 8am - 7pm Guitar Techniques: Lead guitar, Rhythm guitar, Open tuning, Fingerstyle, Slide Guitar, Vocal Accompaniment, Performance, Improvisation, Jamming Skills, Reading Music, Music Theory, Scales and Exercises, Song Writing, Recording and Production, Guidance In Equipment Selection
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  • Joshua Walker Guitar Lessons

    Joshua Walker Guitar Lessons

    Dumfries, VA 22026

    My teaching approach: My areas of expertise are jazz and improvisation, rock, funk, and R&B. I build the lesson plans around the student's (or parent's) aspirations for the guitar. I will use a combination of theory, examples from recorded sources, music reading, and improvisation, depending on what the student's own goals are. I teach either on a Fender Startocaster, a Fender acoustic, or a Yamaha nylon string guitar. My guitar lessons take place in: Either location Guitar Techniques: Lead guitar, Rhythm guitar, Open tuning, Fingerpicking, Slide Guitar, Vocal Accompaniment, Performance,
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  • Alex Salser Guitar Lessons

    Alex Salser Guitar Lessons

    Fairfax, VA 22030

    My teaching approach: I am a nationally touring musician with the folk band Dear Creek and play in a wide variety of groups in the D.C area. I have a degree from Shenandoah Conservatory in Arts Management and Jazz Guitar. I like to help my students develop their musical style and get them to where they are playing shows or just using music as an art that they can share with family and friends to better their life. I approach music through ear training, chord and scale study, site reading and improvisation. I like to use songs that my students are interested in and work on those techniques in
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  • Michael Scoglio Guitar Lessons

    Michael Scoglio Guitar Lessons

    Washington, DC 20004

    My teaching approach: Michael Scoglio hails from Washington D.C. with a degree in bass performance from the Catholic University of America. He's had the pleasure of headlining the Luxor in Las Vegas, Disneyland, and the Kennedy Center with various groups and ensembles. He will customize the lesson to your particular musical tastes, and will guarantee that your lesson will be a fun and exciting experience every time. My guitar lessons take place in: In the student's home Guitar Techniques: Lead guitar, Rhythm guitar, Fingerpicking, Slide Guitar, Vocal Accompaniment, Performance, Improvisation
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Guitar Lessons with Larry Rice in Falls Church VA. Find Out More About Larry’s Guitar Teaching Thanks for visiting Lessons.com, where we’re continuing with our popular video profile feature, and Larry Rice is a guitar teacher in Washington DC who recently stopped by Lessons.com to talk about his guitar lessons and his guitar teaching approach. Check out how Larry could help you evolve with your guitar playing through either in-person guitar lessons or via Skype guitar lessons.

Washington DC Guitar Teacher Larry Rice

Lessons.com: We’re here today with Larry Rice, who teaches guitar and who has a profile on Lessons.com. Welcome, Larry. Thanks for being with us today.

Larry Rice: My pleasure.

Lessons.com: It’s a pleasure to be here with you, and maybe you could tell us first where you teach. What city and what state are you in?

Larry Rice: I’m in Washington DC, and, of course, I also teach via Skype Lessons, as well.

Lessons.com: And do you teach both adults and children?

Larry Rice: Yes. Right now I have students from five to sixty-five.

Lessons.com: Excellent. Can you tell us about the guitar lesson climate there in Washington DC? Do you find that there are a lot of people that want to learn guitar?

Larry Rice Discusses The Benefits of Playing Guitar Larry Rice: Oh, yes. I mean it’s such a great instrument – you know, it’s a band in a box. You’ve got (slaps a beat on his guitar) rhythm and melody; you got chords to support your singing. And, in this area, most, at least my students, because I teach both acoustic and electric, I probably get more call for country, bluegrass, and, of course, there’ll always be rock. You know, boys want to play rock, although I do have some girl students – I’m happy about that.

Lessons.com: Excellent! And, do you also teach other instruments?

Larry Rice: I do. I teach fiddle, slack guitar, banjo, mandolin, electric bass, and ukulele.

Lessons.com: That’s wonderful. So, people in the area, who are interested in learning music, they can come to you for pretty much any instrument out there … any of the stringed instruments out there.

Larry Rice: Yeah. “Things with strings” – that’s what I teach.

Lessons.com: That’s wonderful. And, can you tell us – you mentioned a little bit about the styles of guitar that you teach – country and bluegrass and some rock … Are there other styles that you offer as well?

Larry Rice: Well, I guess the easiest way … I teach all styles, but probably the easiest way would be to be specific to what I don’t teach. I don’t teach classical guitar. I don’t teach flamenco. And, I wouldn’t feel qualified to teach jazz guitar either, but everything else … cajun blues, you know, rock, bluegrass, country. You name it, I teach it.

Lessons.com: That’s wonderful, and I notice you have a guitar. Would you like to play something, so that people watching the interview could get a feel for your guitar playing?

Various Guitar Techniques Taught by Larry: Hand Muting, Flat-picking, and Fingerpicking Larry Rice: Sure, and maybe I could use it as the way I teach. I like to focus on … there’s three areas that I think are important to playing the guitar. One is chords and strumming. You gotta know the chord shapes and then being able to change chords. And then there’s another thing I like to teach – constant strumming, which is where you get the rhythm … where your right hand is going constantly. (Editor: Larry demonstrates for us what he’s talking about here, and to get the full effect, we suggest that you view the interview on the Larry Rice guitar teacher page.) And then you get the rhythm by doing palm muting and missing certain strums … You notice my hand is going like this; I’m missing certain strums; I’m accenting others; I got me a left hand moving …And then, the other thing is, for flat-picking – that’s where you’re playing single notes on things like blues and rock. And then, the last thing I like to cover is fingerpicking. So those are the three main areas I focus on.

Lessons.com: Well, that’s very cool, and the three of those are very valuable to see in terms of helping guitar students understand how you approach teaching them guitar. And, I also wanted to say that what you mentioned first about the steady strumming with the right hand and the left hand giving a lot of the rhythm to what you’re playing is something that a lot of guitar students don’t realize at first. So, I think it’s great that you mention that as the first thing, when you were demonstrating the different guitar styles that you teach.

Larry Rice: Yeah, a whole bunch of songs … that’s just the way you play them. You know, it doesn’t have to be like a clock … and then you get alternate rhythm and everything else by doing other things with this hand and with your left hand.

Lessons.com: Of course, and can you tell us a little bit about your fees and your guitar lesson scheduling format? How often do you work with your guitar students?

Larry Rice: Typically, it’s a half-hour lesson each week, and I charge forty dollars for a half-hour.

Lessons.com: Do you work with students once a week or do you ever work with them more than that?

Larry Rice: No, once a week I think is it. Any more than that … you know, it’s really more about the student practicing. You know, I’ll show them and coach them, when they’re here … when we have our lesson, but it’s really about them practicing what we’ve gone over. So, if there’s two lessons a week, there’s not enough time … really … for them to practice.

Lessons.com: And, I would imagine a lot of your guitar students who come to you, at some point, if they’re beginning guitar students, or even if they’ve been playing for a while, there’d be a point where they’re looking for a new guitar. Do you offer guidance to them about what guitar to buy?

The Influence of a Guitar Teacher on Making a Guitar Purchase Larry Rice: Sure. I know a lot about gear. I got … A lot of people, particularly my age, are into collecting lotsa guitars, and I’m not really that into gear. I get things that I like, and I use the heck out of them, but I know a lot about guitars, and if there’s something I don’t know, I have a lot of contacts – especially in this area to, you know, help them find the right instrument and get the right deal on it, as well.

Lessons.com: Excellent. Well, we’ll be wrapping up the interview in a minute or so, and you were playing a couple of snippets of things before of things you teach. Would you like to end the interview by maybe playing something a little more extended? Say, if you were sitting down with the guitar, what might you play? Maybe a segment of a song, like twenty or thirty seconds – something like that … just to give a little more feel for your guitar playing.

Larry Demonstrates His Impressive Songwriting and Guitar Playing Skills on “I’d Rather Be Fishing” Larry Rice: Sure. This is a song I just wrote with my daughter, Lee, and it’s called “I’d Rather Be Fishing”. This is … it has a couple of neat things in it – I think. Goes like this … (Editor: Larry plays his song and demonstrates his guitar playing skills, his singing ability, and his obvious feel for songwriting.)

Lessons.com: That’s very cool, Larry. Thank you for playing that. That’s a wonderful song. Would you ever teach that to one of your guitar students?

Larry Rice: I have already. I mean I like the lick. Yes, I have taught that as a way to teach them flat picking … a lick.

Lessons.com: Exactly. And also how one riff can lead into the various chords of a song.

Larry Rice: Right. Exactly. You know, notice how one note led into the root note of each chord, and, of course, there’s the harmonic thing, which is always fun.

Lessons.com: It’s always fun to play, and its always something that, I found, will make a guitar student’s eyes light up.

Well, Larry, thank you very much for sharing that song and for taking the time to talk with us about your guitar teaching. It’s great to hear more about your guitar playing, and we look forward to seeing you very soon on Lessons.com.

Larry Rice: Alright. Thanks very much, James. I appreciate it.

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