Located near Boulder, CO? Max teaches both guitar and banjo lessons at in-person at his studio at 2027 Broadway.
You can use the scheduling widget below or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up.
Don't have a teacher in your town? No problem! Max teaches banjo lessons via Skype .
Be sure to select your time zone while scheduling.
Once you've completed your reservation, you're all set and I'll call you on Skype for our lesson at that time.
Absolutely. Learning banjo is no different than learning a new language, sport, or hobby. All that matters is the amount of time you put into it.
Not unless you're rushing or dragging!
After teaching music for over 15 years, I can say that online lessons are about 95% as effective as in-person lessons. They are certainly more convenient.
I would say it could definitely help, but ultimately not be the deciding factor. It's important to have good grooming habits and a sense of humor as well.
I've tried both and Skype simply has a better interface for sending files during music lessons.
You can also open our Skype chat throughout the week if you want to review, as opposed to a Zoom meeting that disappears forever.
I recommend at least 20-30 minutes of practice a day to see consistent progress.
With my scheduling software you can go at your own pace. Take a lesson whenever you want, and reschedule your time whenever you need to!