GUITAR lessons with Jeffrey goodman
For many years, guitarists from all over the world have contacted me with questions about guitar. It continues to be a joy and honor for me to connect with fellow guitarists. Even so, for a long time, I have resisted the idea of giving guitar lessons over the internet. Times have changed, and internet technology has vastly improved. Many guitarists have been asking for lessons, so finally, beginning in 2018, I have decided to offer private internet teaching to those who live outside of Los Angeles.
I teach at all levels, from beginning through advanced. With each student I make a plan of study that fits individual goals and aspirations. Also, I supply, without charge, most everything in the way of music, technical exercises, and learning materials, that you can download and print.
To check out my fees for online lessons, click here.
Additionally, you will need:
- Internet connection, via phone, desktop or tablet device.
- Web camera.
- Guitar, foot stool and music stand.
Areas to be covered, along with your specific goals, will include:
- A full grounding in technique
- Sight reading
- Mastery of the fingerboard – technically and musically
- Selected solo repertoire covering at least baroque through romantic periods as well as some basic flamenco
- The art of practicing
- The art of listening
- How to plan and develop your guitar playing over the coming years
Class Materials: I will supply, without charge, most everything in the way of music, technical exercises,and other things, via PDF that I will send, and you can download and print. And of course, we can use music you already have.
If you wish to consider private study with me, here is how it works:
- First, fill out the form below and drop me an email, and include any preliminary questions you may have.
- Then, I will send you a reply that has information about pricing, length of lesson options, how we will connect on the internet, etc.
- Third, we will have an initial chat, free of charge or any obligation. We'll go over all the basics, and then consider what the next step might be.
That's all there is to it. It's easy, and I look forward to hearing from you.