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Skype Guitar Lessons with Grey

Grey teaches a guitar lesson via Skype


Why Study with Grey?

It's no secret. Ask any accomplished guitar player, and they'll tell you that private lessons can be a great help—if you find the right teacher.

I have been teaching guitar lessons via Skype since 2010.

My method is to evaluate each student's level in a number of areas of competency such as ear training, rhythm, fretboard knowledge, and more. Combining this information with the student's stated goals helps me to create a plan for each student to make progress at the fastest rate possible.

My goal is to point a laser to the one area needing the most work—the work that will make you a better guitar player, and quickly. From there I will give you specific exercises and solutions to make improvements.

The rest is up to you.

Why Skype Lessons?

Skype lessons have advantages and disadvantage over face-to-face lessons.

Some of the disadvantages:

  • The teacher and student cannot play together in real time
  • If the internet connection (or equipment used) is poor, quality will suffer

For many, these are outweighed by significant advantages:

  • More choice means you can study with any teacher you want.
  • No need to make a long, difficult trip to a teaching studio.
  • Multimedia-rich lessons can take advantage of the latest technology
  • You can easily record the entire lesson for later reference.

Overall, it can be a good fit depending on the needs of the individual teacher and student.

Testimonials from Grey's Students

“Greg Arney has the heart, mind and soul of a teacher.  Empathetic and able to custom tailor an approach that fits the student, Greg inspires his students to excel at their goals.” – Michael Wartofsky, Professor, Berklee College of Music

"I’ve been having lessons with Greg and I cannot recommend him enough. I had taught myself guitar in my teens and played what I could, but I had definitely hit a plateau. I decided to take lessons, to see if I could improve things a bit, though was sure I probably had so many bad habits that a guitar teacher would either despair, or not take me seriously. I achieved my initial, modest goals and now have about 100 new goals, things I would never have thought were possibilities!  I am learning different styles – flamenco, blues, classical and amidst work deadlines and the busyness of the week, guitar lessons are a real highlight." — Jenny Thomson, Professor, University of Sheffield

How it Works

  • Meet once weekly for 30 minutes—the ideal schedule, proven over the centuries as being the most effective.
  • Use your computer, or even tablet/phone to meet me for your lesson from anywhere in the world.
  • Expect to spend 30 minutes concentrating really, really hard.
  • Wait for my weekly lesson notes written to help guide you through your week of practice.
  • Contact me any time with questions about your practice. I will serve as your personal coach.

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