Lessons are held in the comfort of your own home and rates vary depending on location. Please contact me with your location and I can gladly provide your exact rate. Standard lessons are 45 minutes. Full hour, half hour, and group sessions can also be arranged. I typically recommend half hour lessons for students under ten.
I offer a free phone consultation to anyone who is interested in playing guitar for the first time. I can address all of your basic start up questions and can also provide a temporary lesson guitar until you are ready to invest in your own instrument.
Guitar lessons are for students of all ages and ability levels. I have successfully taught students ranging in ages five to ninety. Whether you have never held a guitar in your life or are seasoned player looking to expand on a specific area, I will provide the structure and instruction to help get you where you want to be.
I began teaching remote lessons during COVID, and quickly learned that it can be an extremely effective way to teach guitar. In fact, many students who switched over to online lessons during that time period decided to stick with the remote format due to the convenience it affords them.
I have found that even fundamentals like guitar positioning and finger placement can be clearly conveyed through digital format.
I additionally offer free video demos of material covered in lessons to online students upon request. While I am happy to offer the traditional in-person lesson experience to students who prefer it, many students do prefer the convenience, privacy, and ease of the virtual option.
Depending on your preference, remote lessons are held through Google Meet, Facetime, or Skype.
Lessons are casual and flexible, but always with enough structure and technical insight to assure you are on the proper path toward meeting your personal musical goals. Lessons are individually tailored for your specific goals.
Guitar Anatomy, Basic Form, Finger Strength, Coordination, Posture, Standard Tuning, Chords, Scales, Modes, Arpeggios, Strumming, Picking, Slide Guitar, Finger Picking Patterns, Alternate Tunings, Ear Training, Speed, Muting, Bends, Vibrato, Basic Theory, Sight Reading, Digital/Analogue Recording Basics, Pinch Harmonics, Tapping, and Much More.