Hey, Aspiring Musicians!!
If you've ever wondered how you can not only learn songs on your own but also create your own music.......then you're going to freak over the tools and techniques that you'll learn with me! From learning your first chords & scales to music theory and everything in between I'm ready to give you the tools to succeed.
Being a student of the instrument is something that I strongly believe in and I really enjoy passing along my knowledge of Rock, Pop, Metal, Blues, Rockabilly and Country in a way that is easy to understand.
I teach Electric & Acoustic Guitar as well as Ukelele.
My journey began in my early teens and I'm still playing in bands and performing live on a regular basis. I studied under multiple extremely talented instructors through the Berklee College of Music Online and earned a Professional Certificate in Rock Guitar. Being a student of the instrument is something that I strongly believe in and I really enjoy passing along my knowledge of Rock, Pop, Metal, Blues, and Country in a way that is easy to understand.
I love music, teaching and am fascinated with the guitar. Seeing my students progress and gain more confidence after every lesson is a great thing!
Atlanta Institute of Music - Music Production (Current)
Berklee College of Music - Professional Rock Guitar Certificate 2012
National Guitar Workshop 2010 - Studied under Tobias Hurwitz
Raleigh Music Academy 2011 - Summer Guitar Workshop
Guitar Instructor - First in Flight Entertainment - 2010-2012
Guitar Instructor - Heyday Guitars - 2018 - Current
Guitar Instructor - Lessonface.com November 2019 - Current
Lots of fun and immediate results!
Excellent and clearly a pro
Great experience so far. Technically the lesson was easy to access through Zoom and Brad was wonderful to work with! He’s personable and creates a relaxed *virtual* environment.
Brad is a great teacher and helped a beginner like me think and play outside the box and be creative (which was a good reminder why I picked up the guitar in the first place!). He is down to earth, willing to explain beginner concepts and every so often throws out a few pearls of wisdom which are really relevant. He's clearly a virtuoso, but can also relate to us newbies which makes me feel comfortable playing with him.
Talk with them about their goals and any prior musical experience to get an idea of where they need to begin with my curriculum.
Berklee College of Music
Absolute beginners to experienced players