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Adam M. - Guitar, Bass, Piano Teacher
$35per hour

Piano, Guitar, and Bass Teacher

Adam's lessons:

Guitar, Bass, Piano

Guitar Lessons

Lessons will be tailored to help students based on experience level and specifics skill sets a student may wish to focus on and learn. lessons will range from learning essential concepts, (for beginners) to the more advanced and technical techniques as we progress.

beginning students can expect to learn :

the basics

1. finger/hand placement and Technique,
2. Reading,
3. Improvisation,
4. Chords -and Chord Progression- (depending on level of readiness will include basic/intermediate, and/or advanced chords) how they work together in theory, and lastly
Scales (this includes hand and finger placement for how they fall in congruence with chords).

students can expect to learn how to apply new concepts (based on their level of playing) in a way that can be fun and practical.

Levels
Beg
Int
Adv
Specialties
blues
jazz
rock
Ages
5 and Up

Bass Lessons

Lessons will be tailored to help students based on experience level and specifics skill sets a student may wish to focus on and learn. lessons will range from learning essential concepts, (for beginners) to the more advanced and technical techniques as we progress.

beginning students can expect to learn :

the basics

1. finger/hand placement and Technique,
2. Reading bass clef,
3. Improvisation,
4. Chords -and Theory (playing throughout) Chord Progressions- (depending on level of readiness will include basic/intermediate, and/or advanced chords) how they work together in theory, and
Scales (this includes hand and finger placement for how they fall in congruence with chords).

students can expect to learn how to apply new concepts (based on their level of playing) in a way that can be fun and practical.

Levels
Beg
Specialties
blues
jazz
rock
Ages
5 to 40

Piano Lessons

Lessons will be tailored to help students. Based on experience level and specific skill sets, a student may wish to focus on and learn essential beginner concepts, and intermediate techniques.

beginning students can expect to learn :

the basics

1. finger/hand placement(I believe this is the single most important practice for a beginning pianist)/exercises, and Technique.
2. Chords -and Chord Progression- (depending on level of readiness will include any and all chords/inversions, how they work together in theory, and

Scales (this includes hand and finger placement for how they fall in congruence with chords).

students can expect to learn how to apply new concepts (based on their level of playing) in a way that can be fun and practical.

Levels
Beg
Ages
5 to 20

Overview

My father had been an intermediate/advanced level guitarist throughout his early years. I remember observing him play out a fair amount of his own personal favorite songs, one summer night (perhaps seventeen or so years ago, at roughly the age of four or five) and seeing him strum and pick melodies at ease from the instrument, to me was something mind-blowing. I was intrigued by the sounds, and eager to play it.
I've performed professionally with some successful bands. "Falling Awake" (last band played with), signed with "Mute-mouth Records" in 2013, and traveled across/performed nightly in many cities/states nationwide.
Whether for fun, or labor, I have always continued.
During middle school, Sunday Mass was always a blast, in the Chapel I sat, to play with the band, at San Antonio Catholic Church.
I was later delighted to play Guitar, with the Canyon High School Jazz Band.
I am currently majoring in music. (Music Theory, Jazz Guitar, and Music Production)

Playing/learning any instrument, builds upon one's ambition to actuate development. I find it important to point out, practice should survive down the line, not a contrived custom, but a self-gratifying chain of priceless achievement; If the application inhibits ambition, one divides by nature of association.

I've been teaching unprofessionally, and professionally( many friends
and willing learners )for roughly seven years or more.
I recommend choosing me for Guitar or Bass, Music theory, and ear-training/aural skills are the two most important factors/main focal points, in my lesson plan.

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Awards

Outstanding Jazz Musician

June 2012CHS band

I kept time and tempo in the rhythm section (for all other sections) of the band. Keeping on tempo to a metronome for any band can be challenging.

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Teacher's Home Studio
Anaheim Hills, CA
Near Anaheim
Teacher's Studio
Starbucks Coffee
Anaheim Hills, CA
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Adam travels up to 25 miles to a student's home
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Lessons held via webcam
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