All Ages! 8 - 88!!
"I play live every week, and know what it takes to put a song together"
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Vic started teaching during college to others in his dorm when approached for help on guitar. Discovering a passion for sharing what he'd learned, now with 28 years of teaching experience including:
4 years at Frets & Strings,
8 combigned years at two Brook Mays locations,
5 years in the Fine Arts Dept. at Hockaday School, and at Jesuit after school in Dallas.
With his own guitar theory book, The Road Map for Your Guitar, he has helped countless aspiring players young and old to become knowledgable and proficient on guitar.
Many of his students have gone on to persue writing songs and performing at local coffee shops, restaurants and night spots.
"I think 7 or 8 years old is the perfect age to begin".... And....Vic has held students through their college years, teaches many working professionals, as well as a several retirees learning new things and keeping active!
Vic says your age doesn't matter.. "It just takes the desire to learn how to play!"
He makes learning fun with a balance of popular songs and guitar theory.
Contact Vic to set up your first lesson! Include the best times that will normally work in your schedule on a weekly basis
Vic is a very professional, experienced and supportive teacher. He understands the strengths and weakness of the student and accordingly designs the classes. His teaching techniques are simple enough to follow and deep enough to learn things in right way. I will definitely recommend him to any one who is looking to start their musical journey or who is looking to improve their musical knowledge. Rakesh P.
Learn the Songs
Beginner - Intermediate - Advanced
*Strumming & Rhythm Techniques
*Finger Style & Lead Playing
*Music Theory & Scale Modes
Or... Just Learn Some Basic
Chords to Play Songs!
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I sincerely appreciate the quality of the lessons, and the enthusiasm you
instilled in me for the guitar. I'm practicing daily and am progressing well.
I refer to your book often; it is a great resource. Gordon G.