I dedicate lesson plans catering to what my students' wants/needs are.
I enjoy inspiring people in what they do, so teaching and/or playing music for people is very fullfilling!
The lesson was really great! Danny went over stuff that I really overlooked in all my time self learning alone. It was great having some one to guide me through the skills and explain the terms as they used them in context. I never felt uncomfortable or unheard, it was a safe space to ask questions and allowed for me to be openly excited about the process of learning. With every step unfamiliar terms or concepts were explained which helped a lot. I didn’t get lost or overwhelmed with the information that I was receiving.
the lesson was good. You had some good ideas on what to work on to help me improve and you were easy to work and talk with. I liked that you were relaxed and down to earth. Easy to work with and obviously have good knowledge.
Challenging but positive. Danny was honest and pushed me to try new things while making me feel like nothing was impossible.
Danny was very straight forward, explained concepts in an easy to grasp fashion
The typical process would be to a) figure out what the goal of the student is, b) figure out what prior experience the student has on the instrument, c) create a lesson plan according to the wants and needs of the student based on goals and prior experience.
I am an active musician that has composing, playing shows, sessioning, and recording/producing in the daily routine.
$40/Hour, price flucuates depending on how many lessons are needed/wanted up front.
Friends, family, fans and other music scene people would ask if I taught guitar. Took some convincing, but tried teaching and now love it.
Young to old, beginner to advanced.
Make sure you have a goal in mind (as that would take a lot of guess work out of the planning) and always be willing to learn!
What are some goals I want to achieve? What style and/or composer interests me the most? Do I want to pursue music casually or professionally?