Guitar Mechanics

Guitar Mechanics

5.0 (1)
1 hire on Lessons.com
1 employee
43 years in business

About this pro

I have been teaching for over four decades and retired from Oregon State University and Mt Hood Community College after 18 years (OSU) and 30 Years (at Mt. Hood Community College) in 2014. STUDENT REVIEWS ARE ON THE SITE SO, GO TO: www.guitarmechanics.com there you can see the entire method explained, with complete lesson descriptions (syllabi), structured milestones and outcomes, all over a strong curriculum that gets results, fast. The FREE starter kit including some bonus video lessons are available now on the site so, when you want to really start learning contact me through [email protected] or call direct 503-422-6612 and let's get started.

I focus on the three most important and fun things I do: 1) Perfromance, 2) Production and, 3) Teaching. Once you become a music practitioner, you need to give back and keep improving by following these avenues of study and practice. Hope to be showing and helping you find your favorite things to do with music and the guitar, whether it's playing and performing with others, writing and recording and producing your own materials and, as soon as you make some solid enroutes to your goals, giving back by sharing and showing others how you achieved these milestone and outcomes with the Guitar Mechanics method through Lessons.com.

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Albany, OR 97322
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1 Review

5.0

  • Jon Nelson

    It's the quickest way to the goal. To see reviews of Neal Grandstaff's teaching method Guitar Mechanics go to www.guitarmechanics.com and scroll down to "What people are Saying" on the home page. Or go to www.nealgrandstaff.com for Neal's full resume' and bio information.



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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

I have been teaching for several decades so, my approach is always tailored to the individual needs of the student. All reviews and previous student testimonials are on the Guitar Mechanics web site home page, www.guitarmechanics.com  along with lots of talking heads that help "Edu-tain" each one of our visitors so you will not see this information repeated or any redundancies. At Guitar Mechanics we want to get you started right away with becoming the guitarist you always wanted to be, so please vist us at: www.guitarmechanics.com and we will be working with you very soon. Thanks, in advance, for you interest and participation. Sincerely, Neal Grandstaff


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