Guitar Lessons for Fans of Metal and Rock
Some of my favorite and biggest influences in music are Iron Maiden, Helloween, Slayer, Morbid Angel, Emperor, and many more. My guitar journey has been heavily inspired and shaped by what I listen too, and the lessons given reflect that. If you're looking for lessons in playing metal and rock guitar, that's exactly what I give – nothing else.
No More Guess Work in What or How to Practice
With tons of material available out there it can be overwhelming and confusing where to start, or where to even focus. My goal with you is to have a plan that helps you focus on becoming better and better. You will always receive material that is suited for where you're at as a player, so you can keep moving forward.
Lessons Designed for You, Your Skill Level, and how You Progress
No two people learn exactly the same. This is why every student receives material that's never 100 percent the same as another person. Lessons should be designed on a person to person basis to maximize learning and growth potential. This is what I do with every single student I work with.
Make Progress with Every Single Lesson
Every lesson builds upon the last. This is to ensure you are always being pushed just enough out of your comfort zone so progress can be made. Depending on how well you handle each new lesson, or how much you struggle, will determine what you get to work on next.
Get the Musical Understanding on What Happens in Your Favorite Songs
Having the knowledge to understand the rhythms, scales, modes, chord structure, etc. is something you will receive when we work together. In other words, you will learn about the building blocks and fundamentals that apply to all your favorite music. No more being stumped trying to learn something – you'll have the skills to decipher the tabs you're looking at and know how build everything up to speed.
Different Ways to Get the Help You Want
One on one lessons over Skype, Video Correspondence Lessons, and Video Feedback lessons are all different options available. The style of lesson you choose can be determined by how much hands on help you want or need. Either way, you still get material suited for your personal growth as a guitar player and musician.