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Re: Freelance Audio Engineer/Guitar Player/Music Teacher [ZH]

Another great concept to expand your guitar knowledge, in order to build four note chords (maj7, min7, min7b5, etc...), its is a must to first learn all your triads! Here another great approach by one of the best teachers i ever had, Mr Jody Fisher, enjoy!

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=0y0AiUV-3p0
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Relationship between Music and Geometry.
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Re: Freelance Audio Engineer/Guitar Player/Music Teacher [ZH]

Here is another video for the guitar lovers, enjoy!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OVcG-2KLjQU
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Old 19.09.2014, 14:07
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Re: Freelance Audio Engineer/Guitar Player/Music Teacher [ZH]

For all the Guitar lovers, you should definately check Tim Pierce, amazing session guitar player, resides in LA. Amazing tone, everytime big producers are looking for guitar sounds, hes the one they call.

Enjoy!

https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCOiLMDayizHVJUSLPauoLQQ
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Im happy to announce that the Music School (Los Angeles College of Music LACM) has been nominated in the top 20 of Music Schools in the US and #2 in California. Thsi place was founded in 1996 with a unique vision and approach of teaching and with lot of love and dedication if has become an amazing school for music education. You learn from the best of the best.
If you want to learn what this amazing musicians thought me, let me know!

http://www.thebestschools.org/rankin...rvatories-u-s/
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Thank you for getting back to me, unfortunately I can not afford lessons at that price. I am from San Diego and took a lesson or two a few years ago at $20 US dollars an hour. And while I appreciate we are in Switzerland I feel that is to much for me to pay. This is a only a hobby for me. Once again thank you and I wish you luck.
I Agree, 80CHF is overcharged, We all have studied and we do not earn 120.000 CHF. Just because you want a price does not mean everyone can afford it. I took lessons here in CH for no more than 40 CHF
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I Agree, 80CHF is overcharged, We all have studied and we do not earn 120.000 CHF. Just because you want a price does not mean everyone can afford it. I took lessons here in CH for no more than 40 CHF
I repesct your opinion, but you should know that if you had a private education is not cheap at all, you need to find a way to recover that investment, you also know that you have spend all that money to learn from the best of the best.

One thing you need to remember is that KNOWLEDGE is worth more than handwork, dont expect someone who is making you a smarter person charge you less thatn someone that is not.

If i charge 80 CHF its because i know all the knowledge i can bring to the table, i dont just teach you how to play the guitar, but also how to speak the Language of Music.

There is no difference between a Lawyer, a Musician a Doctor etc. The big thing that all this guys have in common is one thing, they know more than you or me.

Imagine your computer doesnt work and you call a computer guy, he tells you your computer is good now, i just need it to move a screw. Are you gonna tell him you charge to much for moving a screw? Maybe not cause of 1000 screws your computer has, he knew wich one to move.

Just remember the more people realize what there knowledge is worth, the more people are going to work to fulfill the dreams and not someones else dream.

Have a nice day!
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I repesct your opinion, but you should know that if you had a private education is not cheap at all, you need to find a way to recover that investment, you also know that you have spend all that money to learn from the best of the best.

One thing you need to remember is that KNOWLEDGE is worth more than handwork, dont expect someone who is making you a smarter person charge you less thatn someone that is not.

If i charge 80 CHF its because i know all the knowledge i can bring to the table, i dont just teach you how to play the guitar, but also how to speak the Language of Music.

There is no difference between a Lawyer, a Musician a Doctor etc. The big thing that all this guys have in common is one thing, they know more than you or me.

Imagine your computer doesnt work and you call a computer guy, he tells you your computer is good now, i just need it to move a screw. Are you gonna tell him you charge to much for moving a screw? Maybe not cause of 1000 screws your computer has, he knew wich one to move.

Just remember the more people realize what there knowledge is worth, the more people are going to work to fulfill the dreams and not someones else dream.

Have a nice day!
Obviously you don't respect my opinion, but this is what I think, sorry to bother you, it is still overpriced.

Have a nice day
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Re: Freelance Audio Engineer/Guitar Player/Music Teacher [ZH]

Here is a nice video of Music History with Donald Duck, lots of great geometry info too!

One of my favorites, enjoy.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AJgk...ature=youtu.be
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Some gear talk for the gearheads with a great musician, was lucky to have him as a teacher, Tariq Akhoni, enjoy.

Jonathan

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=HgSYAgxsRAo
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Re: Freelance Audio Engineer/Guitar Player/Music Teacher [ZH]

Recording a Guitar Solo for a Song, for John Avila oingo boingo bass player!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8TyD...MIEMIBE-7f7lng
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One more cool lesson from Master Jody Fisher, this is more for the advanced players, enjoy it!

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=CZ929KuAizs
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Re: Freelance Audio Engineer/Guitar Player/Music Teacher [ZH]

Offering Guitar Lessons in the Zürich Area, if you are interested let me know.

Jonathan
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Re: Freelance Audio Engineer/Guitar Player/Music Teacher [ZH]

do u still teach guitar? I am interested. let me know. thanks
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Hi, i make my leaving in the world of audio and music. Im a trained musician graduated from the Los Angeles Collegue of Music in Los Angeles. Im from Peru and been working here in the audio prodcution world, specially doing audio for tv and radio spots. Ill be moving to switzerland in april if anyone is interested in some of the services i offer, let me know

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I have some open spaces during the week if anyone is interested in learning the guitar or taking there skills to the next level. Feel free to contact me!

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