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  • Assaf Kehati Guitar Lessons

    Assaf Kehati Guitar Lessons

    Brooklyn, NY 11218

    5.0 (6)

    * 18 years of teaching experience privately and in colleges * 7 years of teaching experience privately via Skype * 5 star reviews on Google * Active musician performing nationwide and worldwide * Masters in Music (Jazz Perfromance) * Fun lessons and fast progress * Very personal, each student gets a tailored program that matches his goals, skills, and personality * Unique exercises * Detailed homework every lesson * Teaching in Brooklyn or worldwide via Skype * Happy students from NYC, L.A., D.C., Idaho, Boston, Denmark, Sweden, Hong Kong, Germany, Italy, Canada, Japan, and more. * Improvisati
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  • Concetta Abbate Teaching Artist

    Concetta Abbate Teaching Artist

    Brooklyn, NY 11237

    5.0 (5)

    Concetta Abbate is a violinist, violist, vocalist and composer in New York City. Concetta began studying classical violin and ear training at age 4, with Irene Lawton as her primary teacher. She later continued her classical studies with Jody Gatwood (Catholic University), Tanya Kalmanovitch (New England Conservatory) and Emily Ondracek (Columbia University). After a childhood dedicated to classical training, Concetta became interested in delving further into her interest in folk music, pop, and jazz. She writes original art songs inspired by natural science, folk tales, poetry in Sp
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  • Guitar Lessons 101

    Guitar Lessons 101

    New York, NY 10032

    5.0 (4)

    My service  is to provide music Lessons that will allow you to grow musically. I believe in the capacity to transfer every bit of knowledge i have accumulated in these 10 years of experience. I promise to shape you into a musician rather than just a guitar player.

  • Kevin's Guitar Lessons

    Kevin's Guitar Lessons

    New York, NY 10009

    5.0 (4)

    I have been teaching guitar for 15 years to beginners, intermediate and advanced students. I also teach finger-style guitar arrangements as well and also solo guitar song arranging. I teach in Manhattan and Brooklyn areas provided there is easy access to public transportation to your area via subway that does not require addittional transferring to a bus. Lessons are booked in package plans of 4, 6 or 8 lessons. Session are one hour. 

  • SPIROS SOUKIS  Guitar- Bass  &  Music Theory Lessons.

    SPIROS SOUKIS Guitar- Bass & Music Theory Lessons.

    New York, NY 10036

    5.0 (4)

    My teaching approach: I customize the lessons to fit my students level and special needs. My influences are: Eric Clapton, Peter Green, Robin Trower, Jimmy Page, Jeff Beck, David Gilmour, Carlos Santana, John McLaughlin, Lee Ritenour, Sonny Landreth, Robben Ford. My guitar lessons take place in: The teacher's studio or the student's home 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 Equip
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  • Guitarscool


    New York, NY 10002

    5.0 (4)

    You don't work a guitar! Learning to play should be fun. Strum through the songs you love while mastering Guitar Technique & Music Theory. Full time pro musician with over a decade of teaching experience will motivate you & take the time to get you where you want to be on your instrument.

  • Reverb Lessons

    Reverb Lessons

    New York, NY 10014

    5.0 (3)

    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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  • Nicholas Jozwiak

    Nicholas Jozwiak

    Brooklyn, NY 11222

    5.0 (3)

    Hi! My name is Nicholas. My yoga teaching style is very slow and personal, not a sweaty vinyasa style that most beginners are familiar with (think Yoga to the People). I aim to teach you skills that you can utilize daily at home, with our weekly lesson checking in and building on that. We will work with healing any specific concerns and building an internal physical and mental strength that will go on to serve your daily life. I have a shared studio space in Greenpoint that we can use for our lessons or I can travel to you. Besides having my yoga training, I am a highly trained working musicia
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  • Pomarico Music

    Pomarico Music

    Brooklyn, NY 11205

    5.0 (3)

    I am a NYC public school music teacher, with 28 years experience. I teach all ages and abilities. I specialize in prepping students for auditions to Magnet schools, NYC Arts high schools and college auditions.  Music lessons are held in my studio on Saturdays in the Ft. Greene/Clinton Hill section of Brooklyn. I travel after school to Bay Ridge where I have a number of students I teach in their homes.  I hold a BFA from Long island University in Jazz Performance on Trombone. I hold a Master of Arts from Brooklyn College Conservatory in Secondary Education.
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  • Littman Guitar Studio

    Littman Guitar Studio

    Haledon, NJ 07508

    5.0 (3)

    My teaching approach: I truly enjoy teaching guitar as well as all aspects of performing and composing music. I believe that learning to play the guitar or bass should be fun and rewarding, and I have developed an exciting, multi-faceted approach to teaching. My influences are: call for details My guitar lessons take place in: The teacher's studio Guitar Lessons with me take place in the following areas: North Haledon, Wycoff, Franklin Lakes Guitar Techniques: Guidance In Equipment Selection, Recording and Production, Song Writing, Scales and Exercises, Music Theory, Reading Music, Jamming Ski
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  • Tripp Dudley Lessons

    Tripp Dudley Lessons

    New York, NY 10001

    5.0 (2)

    My teaching approach: My teaching approach really depends on the student. I don't know what they need until we meet. But some things are across the board. I feel that technical skills are necessary tools for getting you where you want to go. Scales, chord shapes and arpeggios are very important to being able to get around on a guitar. I also like to teach students to apply Indian vocal rhythms (tala) to guitar. My guitar lessons take place in: either your home or my studio Guitar Techniques: Rhythm guitar, Fingerpicking, Performance, Improvisation, Jamming Skills, Reading Music, Music Theory
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  • Take Note Lessons

    Take Note Lessons

    Queens, NY 11106

    5.0 (2)

    I have been teaching for over 10 years. I teach privately full-time and run my own company. I personally hire other enthusiastic and experienced music teachers to work with me. I believe learning music should be fun. While it also takes hard work and dedication, a student must first enjoy music in order to continue and progress. My teachers and I incorporate well-known songs into lessons so that students can relate to what they are learning. We also use many of our own games and worksheets to keep students engaged at all times. We offer many different types of lessons including voice, piano, g
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  • DJ


    New York, NY 10023

    5.0 (2)

    Education: · Piano course at Institute for musicians “Tom Jobim” –Sao Paulo – Brazil · Intensive Drums practice at Conservatory “Souza Lima” – Sao Paulo – Brazil · Clarinet and Saxophone lessons at Sao Paulo state music conservatory · Guitar (acoustic and electric) at institute of guitar and technology · Intensive piano class in VA with Maestro James Westerhouse · Guitar Classes at NOVA (North Virginia University College) Manassas VA · Piano Certified at Juilliard school – NY · Jazz cl
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  • Dave Crum Music Lessons

    Dave Crum Music Lessons

    Ridgefield Park, NJ 07660

    5.0 (2)

    I've been performing and teaching professionally for over 20 years. While the guitar is my main instrument, I have a degree in Music Education from NJCU, where I learned to play and teach multiple brass, woodwind and percussion instruments. I have been an elementary  public school band director in North Jersey for 17 years. I have been honored with the Governors' Teacher of the Year Award in 2008 and have won several awards with my school ensembles. I can teach beginning through intermediate levels on most instruments, and advanced/professional lessons on all styles of the guitar. Please
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  • Frank's Guitar Universe

    Frank's Guitar Universe

    Brooklyn, NY 11212

    5.0 (2)

    Hello students my name is Frank. I've played guitar for 9 years now and want to enter students into my journey with the Guitar. If you listen to my advice and techniques It'll get you rocking out in no time!

  • Eric Jayk Teaching Studio

    Eric Jayk Teaching Studio

    Brooklyn, NY 11211

    5.0 (2)

    I'm lead vocalist, lead guitarist & songwriter for a well-known touring rock band with a worldwide fan base and over 3 million youtube views. I graduated from New York University with Bachelor's of Music in jazz guitar, and am currently teaching around 50 lessons a week to students ranging in ability from beginner to professional. My versatility, experience and formal training helps me to make the learning experience easy, stress free and fun.Currently, I play in 3 active bands gigging regularly & produce artists for their own projects. I spent much of the past 15 years touring, writin
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  • Forever Music Lessons And Recording Studios

    Forever Music Lessons And Recording Studios

    Freeport, NY 11520

    5.0 (1)

    We provide our students with the opportunity to join one of the most effective and comprehensive music instruction and audio engineering programs available on Long Island. We also offer NYSSMA coaching, band coaching, studio time and more!

    Best of 2018
  • John Blevins Music

    John Blevins Music

    Brooklyn, NY 11201

    5.0 (1)

    My teaching approach: I like to tailor my teaching towards both students' interests and needs. I've found that the best way to keep students engaged and excited about practicing is to learn music and songs they enjoy, and I try to incorporate the necessary technical and theoretical instruction within that framework. I have experience teaching students of all ages and abilities, and I've taught with a variety of NYC teaching programs including Creative Play for Kids, Feed Your Mind Music, and The New York Pops. I've also served as an adjunct guitar and trumpet professor at New York University.
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  • Jayjay Lozano Music Lessons

    Jayjay Lozano Music Lessons

    Queens, NY 11373

    4.0 (1)

    My service aims to make the student versatile and musically fluent in communication. I've been teaching privately for 10 years now.

    Best of 2018
  • Kelly Guitar & Ukulele

    Kelly Guitar & Ukulele

    New York, NY 10002

    5.0 (1)

    I offer both guitar and ukulele lessons in one sitting. Ukulele is a stepping stone to guitar and I find going from beginner to guitar is infinitely easier when you're playing a full ukulele song in the first 20 minutes. I provide both instruments for my unique strategy that yields faster results. 

  • Ricky Pistone Guitar Lessons

    Ricky Pistone Guitar Lessons

    Brooklyn, NY 11237

    5.0 (1)

    I teach guitar with a different angle. I let the student choose what they want to learn, and we go from there. I have been playing for eleven years and my last gig was performing on a cruise ship. I have my Bachelors of Music from James Madison University. I compose, record, perform, and teach. Guitar is my life and I would love to keep teaching others how to play. I began teaching in University with high school students. I then moved on to beginners while working on a cruise ship. I have experience with all types of guitarists whether it be people who want to improvise or those who want to si
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  • Chad McLoughlin Guitar Lessons

    Chad McLoughlin Guitar Lessons

    New York, NY 10031

    5.0 (1)

    I have 40 years of teaching experience including teaching well know stars like NY Yankee Bernie Williams. I focus on proper technique, theory, ear training, practice methods and having fun while learning. I have taught all ages of students from 6 to 60 and design customized lesson plans to meet individual student's needs and schedules. You can hear me perform on Facebook here; Chad McLoughlin - Guitar Instruction and my website at
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  • Peter Argondizza:  Musician, Guitarist And Tutor.

    Peter Argondizza: Musician, Guitarist And Tutor.

    New York, NY 10021

    5.0 (1)

    I have over twenty-five years teaching experience at University, Conservatory level, as well as private lessons at all levels. As a passionate and learned teacher, I successfully combine high standards, proven professionalism and a passion for teaching and learning. I have taught internationally in both the UK and the USA and hold advanced degrees from Yale (Doctorate)  and Stonybrook (Masters).  Further information can be found at:
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  • Justin Thompson Guitar Lessons

    Justin Thompson Guitar Lessons

    Long Island City, NY 11101

    5.0 (1)

    My teaching approach: 23 years of teaching experience Berklee College of Music graduate Author of six transcription books for Mel Bay W.O. Smith teacher of the Year -- Nashville's non-profit music school Best Jazz Musician of Nashville Two-time winner of Nashville's Starving Artist Award Top pick from the NY Times, NPR, USA Today, and 4 stars from Down Beat for Django Bells My guitar lessons take place in: either your home or my studio Guitar Techniques: Guidance In Equipment Selection, Recording and Production, Song Writing, Scales and Exercises, Music Theory, Reading Music, Jamming Skills,
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  • Rebel Rose Music Studio

    Rebel Rose Music Studio

    Maspeth, NY 11378

    5.0 (1)

    Elaine (Mary) Akins is a Graduate of CUNY with a Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Music, Elaine is a professional Pianist, Vocalist, Guitarist Music Teacher as well as a Songwriter and Performer. Elaine has taught at New York City Public Schools and La Guardia College, studied Music Performance at CW Post College, Greenvale Long Island as well as at Touro College for a Master’s degree for Special Education. Elaine has been teaching privately for twenty five years of piano, guitar and vocal lessons children and adults from age 4 and up. Elaine believes in inspiring and motivation of
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  • Hunter Somogie Guitar Lessons

    Hunter Somogie Guitar Lessons

    Brooklyn, NY 11205

    5.0 (1)

    For over five years, I have been teaching guitar lessons. I have a Bachelor of Music in Guitar Performance from the Crane School of Music. Whatever a student's goal may be, I will always help them achieve it.

  • LOU RUSSO Music

    LOU RUSSO Music

    Staten Island, NY 10306

    5.0 (1)

    Learn from the best. I am a professional master guitarist, and I can really help you learn the guitar. I am a multi talented musician, who plays, records and teaches guitar, bass, lead, finger style, blues, rock, folk, alternate tunings and even song writing and singing, basic drums and keys and performing advice. My goal is to prepare you to know all aspects of playing and performing music. Come to my fully equipped music studio in Staten Island in a safe residential neighborhood with free parking, just 15-20 minutes from both the Goethals and Outer Bridges, at your convenience. My band is th
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  • Music Is Life

    Music Is Life

    Brooklyn, NY 11226

    4.0 (1)

    I love teaching guitar  and I'm  a music lover anyone who interested to learn guitar,I can teach you 20$ dollars an hour of lessons. I know many people want to learn to play an instrument  I live in Brooklyn. I teach you to play music in weeks try me and you won't regret it.

  • Billy Libby Music Lessons

    Billy Libby Music Lessons

    Brooklyn, NY 11225

    5.0 (1)

    Billy has been writing songs since first picking up an instrument. Because of that, Billy believes learning music and taping into one’s own creativity to hand in hand. He has been working with kids and adults doing song writing workshops and lessons for the past 8 years working through Ethical Culture Fieldston School and other organizations and has cowritten with and produced records for both professional songwriters who have written hit songs for A Great Big World and Kesha, and amateur songwriters including refugee youth and youth have gone through traumatic experiences
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  • Cason Day Guitar Lessons

    Cason Day Guitar Lessons

    New York, NY 10032

    5.0 (1)

    Hi! My name is Cason Day. I'm a guitarist living in New York City. I have been a guitar teacher for over seven years. My career thus far spans several albums and numerous live shows, including work in these genres: -Rock -Metal -Pop -Jazz I love guitar and I want to help others harness that passion and become the best guitar player they can be! I pride my teaching approach in being not only technical, but most importantly: FUN. I believe the most important part of guitar is enjoying it, and having a great time learning. I teach my students practical, effective techniques in a way that keeps th
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New York Guitar Lessons

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New York Guitar Instruction

The Best way to take guitar lessons New York City
There is something intriguing about the music of the city of New York. With such a diverse and wide range of music, the populated and dense city has had a massive impact on music of the world. If you are a guitarist in new york city, a teacher in new york city, or somebody interested in taking lessons in New York City, you have an incredible amount of talent to learn from and a great deal of fun experiences to be had.

First Steps to finding Guitar Lessons
The first step finding guitar lessons in New York City is to figure out what type of guitar lessons you want to learn. Outside of acoustic and electric guitar, there is a wide range of types of learning you want to consider. The trick is to find what style works best for you. Some of the main styles include rock and metal, pop music, indie guitar playing, classical guitar playing, you can learn blues guitar and you can learn jazz guitar. Searching through the many instructors on will be able to help you with this.

Styles and Techniques
After you have selected a style, you will want to figure out what techniques will work best for you. Most guitar teachers and guitar instructors will be able to help you with this. Fingerstyle and flatpicking are sometimes called styles but they are moreso techniques you will use to learn the genre of music. So pick your style, or just decide whether you are a beginner or an intermediate player. Find a teacher who might be able to offer your style. Or just pick a teacher and ask them if they are right for you. The guitar instructors on will be able to provide you with an incredible experience of learning and before long you will find yourself inspired.

Featured Guitar Instructor: Matt Patrick Walsh

Learning guitar in New York City? Manhattan guitar teacher Matt Patrick Walsh talks to about how he will teach you to play guitar and be the guitarist you want to be. Check out our interview with Matthew to find out about his guitar teaching approach and the experience of taking guitar lessons with him. You can read Matt’s interview below, but you can also hear what he has to say, as well as hear a little bit of his playing style by visiting the Matt Patrick Walsh guitar teacher page.New York City Guitar Teacher Matt Patrick Walsh So, we’re here today talking with Matt Patrick Walsh about his guitar teaching. He is a guitar teacher on Matt, thank you so much for joining us.

Matt Patrick Walsh: Thanks for having me. Absolutely. So tell us, first – where are you located? What city and state do you teach guitar in?

Matt Patrick Walsh: I’m in New York State, primarily Manhattan. That’s where I teach guitar. Great. Understood. And, tell us about the guitar lesson climate in Manhattan. Do you find that there are a lot of people who want to learn to play guitar?

Matt Patrick Walsh: Oh yeah … definitely. Everyone wants to be in a band; everyone wants to play their favorite song. Everyone’s child wants to play their favorite song. So, it’s a great climate. That’s wonderful. What do find are the kinds of styles of guitar that people are most interested in?

Matt Patrick Walsh: I think primarily classic rock, a lot of The Beatles, some blues, jazz, and, every once in a while, I’ll get a metal student, and we’ll do the whole lesson in drop D. Got it! Drop D tuning? Right. That’s cool. And, I assume you offer other styles of music that you like to teach.

Matt Patrick Walsh: Yeah. I personally like funk, and I try to put some funk elements into it. If a person is interested, I try to put some funk aspects in. I definitely like the acoustic singer/songwriter type of vibe. Do you teach a lot of fingerpicking style guitar?

Matt Patrick Walsh: Yeah, I definitely do. I’m a big fan of trying to put a bass line into a guitar part. You have a one-five type of thing, when you’re playing. It’s good. It makes it so you’re not just part of a band. You can actually be a one-man band with your guitar. That’s the thing about playing guitar – you can be totally independent if you wanna be.

Matt Patrick Walsh: Exactly, and that’s what a lot of people want. A lot of people want to accompany themselves. Of course. And, can you give us a sense, just in simple terms, about your overall approach to guitar teaching? What do you tend to focus on?

Matt Patrick Walsh: Well, I usually like to take one-half of the lesson and try to dedicate it to some kind of a guitar method book, like a Hal Leonard or a Mel Bay book … maybe not even half, but just like a portion of the guitar lesson. And the other half, just make sure we’re learning songs and playing songs. Learning a tune is really important, and it feels like you’ve accomplished something. If you can learn a tune in the first two or three lessons, it really shows that you’re making progress. I mean, I think that’s what’s important. You just gotta dive in – learning guitar chords right away. I do think, in general, learning a little bit of sight reading is always important, so you know what you’re doing. Got it. Can you tell us a little bit about the types of guitar students that you teach? Do you find that you teach guitar to more children? Or more adults? Is it kind of an even mix?

Matt Patrick Walsh: It varies. Sometimes I’ll have more adult students. Sometimes I’ll have young children. Right now I’m teaching … my newest student is … I think he’s almost ten years old. So, that’s always a bit of a challenge when they’re younger; that’s a good age though .. ten is a good starting age. I have some friends that are actors. I actually got my friend a callback for “Once”. I taught him some basic guitar chords – he’s an adult. My oldest guitar student was sixty. It’s a fifty-fifty split – right down the middle. Understood. Can you tell us a little bit about your guitar lesson fees and your scheduling options?

Matt Patrick Walsh: Sure. I actually have a studio that I work in on the Upper East Side, and for a half-hour guitar lesson, I charge thirty-five there, and for an hour, I charge sixty. If I go to your apartment, it’s usually only an hour, just because of traveling, and I charge seventy.And over Skype, I’ll do twenty for half-an-hour and thirty for forty-five minutes. And so, have you been doing Skype guitar lessons for a long time now? (Editor’s note: Check out's Skype Guitar Lessons Page.)

Matt Patrick Walsh: I’ve only done two, and, actually, I did one for coaching once for an audition, where they had to play guitar. It was pretty helpful because I couldn’t get there in time. They had to learn it pretty quick. It’s not good for beginners though – Skype … How so?

Matt Patrick Walsh: Just because there’ s a lot of technical things. You can’t see … if you have a student, whose thumb is coming over the fret board, you’d want to correct it and put their thumb there (Matt demonstrates), but once it starts inching back … on Skype … “You gotta put your thumb back” … you don’t want to be too persistent online. It’s more of a hands-on thing, when you’re starting, I think. Makes sense. Understood. So, can you tell us a little bit about your background?

Matt Patrick Walsh: I’m actually a music theater composer. So, I’m constantly working with lots of different instruments, as you can see (Matt gestures to a keyboard and assorted instruments behind him.). I’m a pianist, and I also play bass. I offer bass lessons, but I always start people on guitar before bass. I’m very familiar with playing in different bands, different genres … folk, funk, all kinds of rock bands … It sounds like you have a lot of experience that you can offer people. Cool. You mentioned the equipment behind you. Can you tell us a little bit about your equipment, like the guitar that you’re playing there?

Matt Patrick Walsh: Yeah, this is actually a Martin guitar. This was my father’s guitar in college, and he kind of got out of the habit of playing it, so he gave it to me, and I’m really grateful for that. I have a Jay Turser hollow body guitar that I play for guitar lessons with the electric guitar, and I play a Schecter four string bass. Great! And, do you ever get into any recording with your guitar students? Do you use any kind of recording programs?

Matt Patrick Walsh: Where I teach out of, I don’t have a rig setup or anything like that, but if I go to a student’s apartment, and they want to record on Garage Band, I can certainly bring over some equipment, and we can work on Garage Band. I usually don’t jump into anything like Logic – while I use it – because it can get a little complicated to teach in a guitar lesson. Is Logic the program you use to record when you record yourself?

Matt Patrick Walsh: Yeah, I use Logic. It just seems the best when you’re using a Mac. Sure. Makes sense. Well, we’d love to hear you play something – either a song, or if you want to show us some lead … whatever you’d like to show us.

Matt Patrick Walsh: Sure. Actually, I have two little things. When I work with students that want to do some lead, I usually teach them a song called Black Dog by Led Zeppelin. It has a nice little pattern in the key of E. So, I can play a little of that. (To listen to Matt play his rendition of “Black Dog” and “I Want To Hold Your Hand”, referenced below, please visit the Matt Patrick Walsh guitar teacher page.) Some simple fingerpicking too. It’s fun to play. You know, you use a little distortion on it. Yeah, it sounds cool on an acoustic too!

Matt Patrick Walsh: Thanks. My big thing is I get a lot of guitar students that really wanna learn how to accompany themselves, and so the first song I ever learned was “I Want To Hold Your Hand” by The Beatles, and I’ve been switching how I play it for a while …I try different chord formations. So, actually I’ll try that … I’ll do a little segment to it, if that’s cool. Yeah, please. Please go ahead.

(Matt sings and plays The Beatles’ “I Want To Hold Your Hand”) That was cool. So, kind of an alternate version – a little mellower in a way, right?

Matt Patrick Walsh: Yeah. More “Across The Universe-y” Yeah. I like it! So, one last question: Do you offer your guitar students advice about buying their buying their own equipment?

Matt Patrick Walsh: Oh, definitely! I’ve gone with students to Guitar Center before. I even went down to the downtown location to help pick out a half-size guitar for a younger student, which is always good if you go with a parent. But yeah, I’m totally down with going and giving any advice, offering links. It’s hard to pick your first one (first guitar). It is. It can be an overwhelming process. It’s great that you offer your students so much advice about it.

Matt Patrick Walsh: Thanks. Well, listen, Matt, thanks so much for joining us. It’s been great to hear about your guitar teaching, and we look forward to seeing you on in the future.

Matt Patrick Walsh: I’m looking forward too. Thank you so much.