6 Guitar Tutors Found Near Sterling Heights, MI



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David D.

Guitar Tutor

Redford, MI 48240

Will travel 20 miles

$35 per hour.

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Professional Musician and Educator

I have been playing the guitar for 18 years, and have been operating as a professional jazz guitarist in the Metro Detroit area since 2015. During my studies at Wayne State, I was the top guitarist at the University for the majority of my time there, and performed in the top University jazz ensemble on multiple occasions. Recently I was an artist at the Detroit Jazz Festival this past labor day weekend I have been playing guitar for 18 years. As a working musician in Detroit, I have gained a lot of experience performing with many different artists in many different styles of music. Recently, I [more]


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Dan W.

Guitar Tutor

New Baltimore, MI 48047

Will travel 15 miles

$40 per hour.

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Music Theory - Not as hard as you might think!

I hold a bachelor's degree in music education from Miami University in Ohio. Along with this, I have decades of experience as a performer (Bass Trombone and Tuba, as well as guitar and electric bass) and have always approached my music with theory in mind. I like to try to understand my student's musical point of view and work the theory into that framework. This allows the student to start with something familiar and comfortable and we can build from there. Hi! My name is Dan and I've been involved with music my entire life and I really love it. Music is about telling a story, finding somethi [more]


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Rob K.

Guitar Tutor

Birmingham, MI 48009

Will travel 15 miles

$60 per hour.

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Guitar, Bass, Ukulele Lessons from a Conservatory-trained Pro

Guitar is my primary instrument. I studied under the great jazz guitarist Jim Smith at CCM. I strive to be well rounded on the guitar, having studied rock, jazz, Latin, modern metal, classical, and so much more. I have extensive experience playing the guitar in countless different ensembles, including releasing my own original jazz/fusion music. Hello! I'm Rob, I'm a professional musician in Los Angeles. I studied Jazz Guitar and Commercial Music Production at the University of Cincinnati, College-Conservatory of Music with a full tuition scholarship. While there I had great opportunities to s [more]


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Acquanetta M.

Guitar Tutor

Detroit, MI 48228

Will travel 20 miles

$35 per hour.

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Classically Trained Electric Guitarist

I started taking lessons in 1987 on the acoustic guitar. I began classical guitar studies in 1990. I've since picked up the electric guitar with lessons as well as studying independently. I have a BA in Music Management. My instrument of study in college was guitar. I haven't tutored in music before. However I've been a student of guitar since 1987. Over the years, people have always asked me why I haven't taught guitar. I think my love for guitar and my many years of studying would qualify me as a pretty good tutor. I've studied classical guitar from 1990- early 2000's. I began studying elec [more]


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David G.

Guitar Tutor

Livonia, MI 48150

Will travel 30 miles

$40 per hour.

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Learn Guitar, tailored to your interests, in a fun environment!

I have 10+ years of private education retaining to guitar and music theory. I understand the physical components of the instrument, basic maintenance such as tuning and changing strings. I understand the mathematical ratios from which the notes are derived as discovered by Pythagoras. I'm proficient at various playing styles and techniques, such as finger picking, up down picking, sweeps, rakes, pick slides, string bends, volume and tone manipulation, palm muting etc. I perform 5 nights a week as a guitarist, playing a plethora of different styles and genres. [more]


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Chris M.

Guitar Tutor

Southfield, MI 48076

Will travel 10 miles

$50 per hour.

4.71 38 ratings

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Former Division I NCAA Tutor. Current Engineer for FCA.

I've been playing guitar since age 13. During high school, I was in band where I learned about the technical side of music. After school, my friends and I had our own band where I used my background in music theory with playing guitar among other instruments. I have experience tutoring traditional college students and continuing-education adults in various math and science courses including college algebra and physics. I regularly met with students and assessed their needs along with their progress to develop learning plans catered to their needs. Following my tenure at that tutoring position, [more]