I teach all styles from beginner to advanced including theory, tab and standard notation. All ages are welcome. If you are beginning with no knowledge, looking to get out of your rut, or wanting to expand your fretboard abilities I can help! The most enjoyable thing about teaching music is seeing that lightbulb go on in the students eyes when they "get it." When I can assist in their ability in playing music there is no greater love in teaching.
With over 25 years of teaching experience I will give you music lessons the way they are supposed to be. I am not only a teacher but a performer, singer/songwriter, sound engineer and play multiple instruments. The ability to give you a musical perspective from many angles will make you a much more rounded player. Teaching space is clean, warm and inviting. No need to go to a dungeon to learn how to play music. www.kevinneidig.com
As an older student who has been playing for thirty-plus years with very little professional instruction, I had concerns about not being able to find a guitar teacher who would be able to break me of my worn-in bad habits. It has been very easy communicating my interests and concerns with Kevin, and his wealth of knowledge of music is very apparent. His approach to teaching is very casual but still maintains direction. My instruction so far has included in-depth scale exercises across the fretboard, music theory & chord construction, popular and classic chord progressions in several genres, exercises in well-known guitar method texts, and just learning how to play a favorite old song. I am always looking forward to my weekly lesson, as does my ten-year-old daughter who has just begun her lessons with Kevin.
Working with Kevin has been a very rewarding experience. I came late to music and to my instrument and Kevin’s patience and understanding have been key to my enjoying my banjo.
Kevin is an excellent teacher. He has both theory and touch plus he is a working musician with good analytic skills. Musicians at any level of ability will benefit from his perspective.
1. Ask student what their goals are and then discuss how we will get there.
2. Teach the best study practices.
3. Creat lesson plan.
4. Get started!
I've been playing and studying music since I was 3 years old with private teacher, on my own and some college.