In Home Guitar Lessons - New York City, NY
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Guitar lessons that kids actually enjoy!
The Jam With Your Friends™ philosophy is to get kids playing their favorite songs right away. This gives kids an immediate sense of accomplishment and desire to learn more.
Why Jam With Your Friends?
World Class Teachers
From the most elite schools like Juilliard and Berklee School of Music.
We harness your child's emotional drive to actually want to practice and get real results.
We come to you! Pick a time that's best for you and we'll be there!
Achieve Your Goals +
Our methodology works by identifying goals and empowering students to achieve them. By focusing on recognizable and catchy songs that kids know and listen to for fun, daily practice becomes automatic.
Build A Genuine Relationship
We live to create productive relationships that last. That’s why we pair you with highly qualified teachers with excellent relationship building and communication skills.
Learn Songs that Are fun to Practice
The best results come when kids practice. Because this is so important, we teach kids proper form and technique using songs they know and love. This keeps parents happy because kids are practicing and kids happy because they’re learning songs that they know and love.
Celebrate your Success
Every Spring we host an Annual Recital to showcase our talented students. This gives students something to work hard towards and strive for!
New York City Professional Guitar Teachers
Jam With Your Friends’ philosophy of teaching people music they love resonates very deeply with me; since my beginning days of teaching, I’ve focused on helping people learn exactly what they want to learn. I normally start out by having the student identify a song or two that they really want to learn how to play, and make sure to work on that at every lesson alongside basic theory and technique. I make personalized versions of lyric and chord charts to fit each students’ ability and try to focus on exercises that spark passion in the student.
With new students, I evaluate their playing level right away. I might spend a little time reviewing material, but always leave enough time to tackle new information. I believe that consistency is key – 10 minutes of practice per day is better than 8 hours of practice the day before a lesson. I like to keep things light, fun, but still realistic to the lives of the parents and students. I love teaching because I learn as much from the students as they do from me; it’s extremely rewarding.