Discussion in 'Playing and Technique' started by yanquii, Jan 10, 2008.
Does anyone know of some really good ones?
I've actually heard that Ray Flacke teaches lessons, I think he's located in Nashville or somewhere close to it. He's an awesome player, check out some of his instructional dvd's.
Jeeez, You should be able to get a great one by whispering that you need one in any crowded place.
Nashville? I taught there a few years ago... I think kids are born playing guitar there.
he's the head of Belmont University's guitar dept. He's a great guy, nice, can be a little tough as a teacher but he works hard to get the best out of you. Has a ton of information!
I asked the same thing once and somebody recommended contacting George Gruen cause hes in touch with all the best players/teachers in Nashville
Hehe, george Gruhn comes into the vet clinic i work at a couple of times a month, usually. I cant believe i havent thought to ask him.
Guitarguy, does John pell do private lessons or does he strictly teach through the university?
I'm pretty sure he teaches outside of the school.
Alot of the Belmont guys do teach outside of the school.
I might be able to help you out.
silly. there are no good musicians in nashville!
How would one get in contact with a guy like John Pell to set up lessons?
Jackie Simons is an EXCELLENT instructor! He works out of Nashville.
My buddy Chris Casello, Carlene Carter/BR549/Moot Davis/Johnny Powers, etc. etc., Robert's Western World. A total hoss as you have to be in N'ville.