6 Guitar Tutors Found Near Thousand Oaks, CA



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John E.

Guitar Tutor

Calabasas, CA 91302

Will travel 30 miles

$80 per hour.

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Patient But Effective Instructor

Guitar is the first instrument that I learned in the 3rd grade. I teach all Guitars: Electric, Bass, Spanish, Classical and Twelve String. Topics covered include: Finger Picking Technique, Power Chords, Playing by Ear and Music Notation. Styles I'm familiar with include Classical, Rock, Jazz, Folk, R&B, Avant Guarde. I have over thirty years experience. As a multi-instrument musician/instructor I have a wide and varied, broadbased background and skill set as the result of my education and experience. My teaching methodology is a customized approach, utilizing an analysis of the students primar [more]


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Patrick M.

Guitar Tutor

Simi Valley, CA 93065

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$50 per hour.

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Hi my name is Patrick and I am a private guitar instructor

I was a music major at Los Angeles College from 1967 through 1969. During that time I taught guitar. Now that I am retired and my children are grown, I am interested in teaching again. This is something that brings me great joy. I teach classical guitar. I majored in music in college. I teach out of my home. My goal is for my students to develop a basic understanding of guitar musicianship through a wide scope of traditional and modern techniques while developing an understanding of Renaissance, Baroque and Classical music.... [more]


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Chris A.

Guitar Tutor

Simi Valley, CA 93065

Will travel 20 miles

$45 per hour.

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Specializing in music and language arts

I have been playing for over 30 years, and have informally taught guitar lessons during that time. I played professionally for about 5 years. My undergraduate education included music theory, music fundamentals and performing arts, all of which I received a grade of "A" in. I graduated cum laude with a Bachelor?s degree in Psychology and a minor in Communication. I am engaging and tailor my tutoring to each person?s best way of learning, whether it is auditory, visual or any other method designed to really comprehend the material we?re working on. I believe it is important to have a relatio [more]



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Andrew P.

Guitar Tutor

Calabasas, CA 91302

Will travel 30 miles

$60 per hour.

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Experienced, USC Educated Guitar Tutor of All Styles

I have a bachelor's degree in music - classical guitar from USC. I graduated summa cum laude. Although I'm a summa cum laude graduate of the USC classical guitar program, my experience and passion for music is not singularly focused. I have a bachelor's degree in classical guitar performance and composition. I have played the instrument since I was 12 years old, and have been an important member of many bands/ensembles of varying styles, including jazz, rock and classical. Although I am a seasoned performer, my real passion lies in songwriting and composition. I've written songs fe... [more]


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Rebecca S.

Guitar Tutor

Simi Valley, CA 93065

Will travel 10 miles

$50 per hour.

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Patient UCLA grad and Speech Language Pathology Student

I have been a professional rhythm guitar player for 5 years. I have been playing for 15 years. I read music, chord charts, and guitar tabs. I teach my students self confidence and stage presence, even behind the guitar. I have high standards for myself and my students. As a cum laude graduate from one of Southern California's premier educational institutions, and a current student in Speech Language Pathology, I have developed excellent study habits, and, most importantly, I know how to effectively teach students those habits. As a parent myself, I have witnessed the impact of one good t [more]


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Richard M.

Guitar Tutor

Simi Valley, CA 93063

Will travel 10 miles

$40 per hour.

4.89 62 ratings

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Experienced retired High School Math and Science Teacher

I learned to play guitar in high school. My parents bought me a black Silvertone arch-top acoustic guitar and I played guitar to records and studied a Mel Bay chord book. My friend built an electric bass guitar for me in his high school wood shop class and we played in a band together all through high school. While still in high school I paid $150 for a Fender Mustang electric guitar with my earnings from my paper route. I also bought a beat up 1943 Martin 00-18 acoustic guitar from my neighbor for $55, spent a lot to repair it,and kept it for a very long time. After my time in the army I [more]