6 Guitar Tutors Found Near Lowell, MA



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Mike C.

Guitar Tutor

Lowell, MA 01851

Will travel 20 miles

$60 per hour.

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Performing Musician teaches from extensive experience!

Having acquired my degree with a focus on music education, I've found that reading music and at least an intermediate understanding of music theory is necessary to perform well on any instrument. Lessons with me are geared toward helping the student reach their goals, whether their focus be on songwriting, playing professionally, or playing/singing as a hobby. As a performing professional, I have used my music skills as bandleader, session musician, recording artist, pit orchestra musician, etc. Emphasis is placed on achieving a solid foundation in the standard technical challenges of profes [more]


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Tom H.

Guitar Tutor

Acton, MA 01720

Will travel 20 miles

$60 per hour.

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Performing Singer Songwriter with Classical Guitar Background

I am a performing artist appearing regular in the Metro-west Boston Area. I taught guitar at U Mass Boston, Harbor Campus and at the New England Conservatory of Music. I'm experienced with beginning and advanced students, folk and Classical Guitar. My recordings have finished in the Top 40 multiple times on the ourstage.com website. Tom H. has performed in a variety of ensembles, including The Long Island Sounds, Vintage, In Their Right Minds, and a Classical Guitar duo and trio based out of the New England Conservatory. More recently he began gigging out as a folk soloist and in a guitar and [more]


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Myles L.

Guitar Tutor

Methuen, MA 01844

Will travel 4 miles

$60 per hour.

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Practice can't make perfect, but I'll get you close.

I have been taught how to play completely on my own, and I am a the current bassist for a church band. I am also very familiar with the technology needed to successfully operate, maintain, and provide optimal sound for a bass guitar. I am Myles. A bassist, trombonist, composer, small business owner, and short story writer. My primary focus throughout grade and high school was music performance, composition, and theory, to which I consistently held a 90% or above average, and have many accolades for my music abilities. I also played in a Jazz ensemble for 4 years, and a Percussion and Choral en [more]



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Lauren M.

Guitar Tutor

Methuen, MA 01844

Will travel 20 miles

$45 per hour.

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Clarinet, Saxophone, Guitar, Reading, Writing, and Music Theory Tutor.

I have been playing guitar for two year and I currently have students. I use guitar in my general music classroom in the public schools when we sing songs. When I attended Boston University for my Master's of Music Education I took a guitar class and that is how I learned to play. I have found guitar to be very useful as a music educator. I use it in every classroom setting. Sincerely, Lauren M Greetings Everyone, I am a licensed music teacher with a Master's Degree of Music Education from Boston University. My undergraduate work is in music performance from [more]


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Kevin D.

Guitar Tutor

Dracut, MA 01826

Will travel 25 miles

$40 per hour.

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I teach Digital Publishing from print to Web to Video

I have been playing guitar for over 40 years. My Youtube channel is going on 2 million hits and 6,000 subscribers. I play a lot of styles besides blues, but I primarily am an acoustic guitar player. I do have original compositions published also. My Bachelor's degree is in Information Technology, and my Master's is in Digital Media. My background is in the arts, design, illustration, and music, from analog to digital, pen to computer. I have worked in the digital realm for over ten years now and am well acquainted with all aspects of digital publishing and have a broad range of software k [more]


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Wendy L.

Guitar Tutor

Andover, MA 01810

Will travel 30 miles

$60 per hour.

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Patient, D.M.A. student, 25+ years of teaching music

I have been playing the guitar for over 30 years. It is not my main instrument, but I use it in the classroom to accompany students when they sing. I also have a guitar unit for middle school where I teach students to read open chord diagrams, play melodies and to play in an ensemble setting. I also have a guitar club after school. Greetings! I am currently a part-time Doctor of Musical Arts in Music Education student at Boston University finishing my dissertation. I have 25+ years of teaching general music and choral music in public and private schools as well as private piano and guitar les [more]