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California Music Studios
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Devoted since 1987 to correctly matching children or adults of any age with the right music teacher, CMS serves thousands of people just like you. Your musically enriched learning experience, will be craft...more


Haddonfield School Of Music
Guitar Lessons

     

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California Music Studios

The Haddonfield School of Music, formerly Maestro Studios, provides customized one-on-one instruction with university-trained and professional musicians. Our students are taught to not only play their inst...more


Fun Music
Guitar Lessons

     

 (9) reviews


Haddonfield School Of Music

Our very highly experienced, enthusiastic teachers will ensure that you and/or your child has the best private lesson experience possible.

We are all very patient and versatile, and the lessons...more


Winter Haven Florida School For The Performing Arts
Guitar Lessons

     

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Fun Music

Over 20 years experience in Florida, Michigan and Arizona teaching . I also offer instruction in ballroom dance, public speaking, MC ing, Standup comedy and childrens etiquette....ages 3 to 96...more


Susan Swenson
Guitar Lessons

     

 (7) reviews


 Winter Haven Florida School For The Performing Arts

Voice, piano, guitar, and ukulele private instruction studio where individuals of all ages and levels learn to play piano, guitar, and sing plus read and write music. You can record a DVD or CD to review...more


Rick Cinquemani
Guitar Lessons

     

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Susan Swenson

Rick Cinquemani has a varied musical background, which has contributed to the unique philosophy of his studio. He has written 20th century symphonic compositions, as well as music in the popular idiom. He ...more


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No instrument has had such a heavy impact on the music of the last century than the guitar. The heart of rock ‘n' roll, the siren of blues, and the backbone of folk, the guitar is the constant variable in a variety of musical genres. The guitar remains one of the most widely played musical instruments across the entire world. Whether electric or acoustic, six or twelve strings, learning to play a guitar is one of the most gratifying processes a new musician can go through.

The popularity of the guitar means there are plenty of folks wanting to play and no shortage of experienced players. Lessonrating.com prides itself in helping to unite the two for a mutual benefit. Aspiring guitar players get to compare a large number of instructors to find the one right for them and experienced guitarists with a passion for educating get to impart their wisdom on new students every day.

Expert Advice from Guitar Teachers

When Do I Need To Restring My Guitar?

To get right to the point, there is no written rule about when you need to restring your guitar. Some musicians love the broken-in-sound of their old strings, while others like keeping it fresh. So, there is a thin line between changing your strings as a matter of personal preference or a matter of necessity.

Changing your strings depends on a number of factors. This can refer to your preference of sound quality or the number of hours you spend with your guitar. With time, you will be able to know when to restring before a string breaks, which is the most important reaso...read more


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