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Online guitar Lessons via Skype, Facetime, or Zoom

Due to COVID-19 pandemic, all guitar and music lessons at Huber Guitar Studio will take place online via Skype, FaceTime, or Zoom. Enjoy the same quality guitar lessons from the comfort of your home!

In these difficult times we’ve all had to make major adjustments to our daily lives, but with the struggle also comes opportunity. My students who were taking in-person lesson have switched over to online guitar lessons without a hitch, and many have used their new found time to accelerate their guitar playing skillset. It’s an exciting time to be a guitar player and I’m thrilled to help you on your journey! Sign up today and I’ll get you on the right track we’ll develop a practice routine that suits your needs!

Visit our online scheduler to see what times are available or call/text Dave at 410-960-4436!

Online Guitar Lessons at Huber Guitar Studio

Guitar Lessons Tailored to Your Needs!

Custom Guitar Lessons, Tailored to Your Needs

Whether you’ve been playing guitar for years or are just starting out, personalized, one-on-one guitar lessons at Huber Guitar Studio will put you on your own path to excellence with guitar.

At your first lesson, I will sit down with you to find out where you are with your guitar playing and where you would like to go. As we go along, I hope to find out how you work best so we can develop a solid practice routine. From my many years of teaching guitar, I’ve seen that each student has different strengths, musical interests, and time frames to work with, so I hope to learn a lot about you so I can tailor the lessons to meet your needs.

If you are brand new to playing guitar, we’ll start at the beginning, but it’s important to have an idea, even at the very early stages, of your overall expectations and of what style of music you’d like to focus on. It can give you a lot more motivation, if you have some specific goals in mind!

If you’ve been playing for a while and want to take your guitar playing to the next level, I will assess all the aspects of your playing, then ask you about where you’d like to be as a guitarist and about any difficulties in the past that you’ve encountered as well as what you like the most about playing music and guitar.  My goal is to get feedback from you so that we’ll be moving in the direction that feels right for you.

I aim to make my guitar lessons as enjoyable as possible and I hope that after each lesson you’ll feel like you’ve learned something new and will feel motivated to keep your guitar playing moving forward!

 

The 5 Best Ways to Improve at Playing Guitar

When teaching guitar, I like to break down songs and techniques into smaller more manageable parts. So I thought it would be a good idea to break down my teaching philosophy into 5 areas that will help beginner students maximize their practice time. Here are the 5 best ways for beginners to improve at guitar.

1. Practice 15 minutes every day. Set a timer and practice no longer than 15 minutes, but practice for 15 minutes everyday.  It’s not too hard to fit in 15 minutes of practice into the day somewhere. 15 minutes over 4 days is better than an hour once every 4 days.

 2. Learn to read rhythms and practice strumming. Setting a strong    foundation in rhythm is vital for success in guitar playing down the road. So many issues arise as a result of a lack of understanding rhythm.

3. Learn the notes on the fretboard. There are a few methods for learning the fretboard notes and it’s a good idea to employ all of them. Being able to “see” the notes on the fretboard will take you very far.

4. Learn to play simple melodies by ear. This will greatly improve your ear for music and help your ability to learn songs faster. It can be tricky at first, but very rewarding.

5. Practice chord changes. Mastering chord changes is a very fundamental step, but an extremely important one. So special attention should be made in this area. I’ve found that a lot of issues arise from simply not being able to play the chord changes effectively.

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