My name is Brent. I am a 23 year old student/musician attending FAU. I have been playing guitar for over ten years, and am self-taught. I have picked up some tricks that can make learning guitar fun, as well as easier. I play in a working band, as well as occasionally filling in for others, whether it be in the studio or playing a show. I started giving lessons to friends about a year ago, but now would like to branch out and start teaching others!
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I like to get to know my new students and gauge their knowledge of the instrument before overwhelming them with information. Once I have an idea of where their limits are, I try to create a plan that best suits said student.
I have no formal education of the guitar, but I do have over 5 years of performance experience, as well as a couple years of recording experience.
I charge by the hour. Prices vary, depending on location primarily (if I am traveling to the student).
I started teaching friends who wanted to learn how to play. Naturally I eventually wanted to expand and teach others.
Mostly college students, but age range from 17-30.
I got to see the Rolling Stones in Orlando. They are my favorite!
Pick a teacher who you believe is a good fit for you. Know what it is you want to learn, and find a teacher who you think can help facilitate that. Most importantly find a teacher who will make learning fun. I find that enjoyment makes the learning process easier, and people are more likely to retain information if they are enjoying themselves.
- do I really want to learn this instrument?
- what is it that I wish to learn?
- do I have any knowledge of this instrument?
- do I believe I will stick with this?