Stinson Bass Lessons is powered by one individuals love for bass and his passion to share his knowledge with others. Drew has been playing bass since he was a wee young lad in bands of all sorts including rock, funk, blues, jazz, hip hop, progressive metal, country, jam band, and lets not forget fusion. No stone shall be left unturned.
After spending years and years of playing, recording, and studying music through the bass guitar both on his own and at Mcnally Smith college of music, he is beggining to overflow with information and must share what he has found with other people.
I just recently started taking lessons with Drew after being referred to him by another highly regarded musician. I hadn’t taken lessons before, so I was quite nervous as a person who struggles with accepting constructive criticism. Leading up to my first lesson, Drew maintained ongoing communication about what I was hoping to learn, where I was currently at in my musical journey, and my overall interests in music. This carried on through our one-on-one lessons and I was immediately calmed by his care and sincere desire to learn my skills and teach me new techniques and knowledge that applied directly to my personal musical interests. He is extremely adaptable and has a keen ability to help me articulate my thoughts as an amateur. I highly recommend Drew for any teaching position for all ages.
The most improtant thing with a new student is to make sure they have some fun so they stick with it. I always figure out what theyre into and how they like to be taught. Every student is an individual and should be treated as such.
I have 12 years of experience playing my instrument and 2 years of experience teaching my instrument. These are both backed by 2 years of education at Mcnally Smith college of music.
I typically charge $30 for a 30-40 minute lesson if it is at my house and $40 for a 30-40 minute lesson if its at your house.