In addition to in-person guitar lessons in Seattle, I also offer webcam guitar lessons to students all over the world. I typically use Skype, but Google Hangouts and other alternatives are possible.
When you’re ready, head over to my Scheduling page to reserve a slot. You can find a time that works every week or book a single lesson with no further obligations.
Why Skype Lessons?
The obvious advantage to Skype guitar lessons is that you can learn guitar from a real person without leaving home. Many of my Skype students live in parts of the world that make it inconvenient to commute to an in-person lesson. You also have a wider selection of guitar instructors to choose from; online lessons are exploding in popularity, and there’s a global market of great players offering Skype guitar lessons, each with unique skills and insights.
My own teaching strengths are varied. If you’re a complete beginner with an acoustic guitar, I can get you strumming and singing your favorite songs in a matter of months. (I can’t promise weeks, but it has happened!) If you’re an intermediate/advanced player looking to further your skills in blues, jazz, rock, fingerstyle, folk, or pop, then I can definitely help you out. (I’ve devoted most of my own studies to jazz, earning my Master of Music in jazz guitar in 2011, but I’m always exploring new things!)
Get a feel for my teaching style with my free video lessons on YouTube.
$80 per 50-minute lesson. Discounts for weekly lessons. See my Policies page for more info.
What You’ll Need
- High-speed internet connection
- Webcam and microphone (included on most new laptops)
- Account with Skype or other video chat service
- Headphones are really helpful!
Ask Me Questions!
If you’re ready to sign up, head over to my Scheduling page to reserve your spot.
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