Guitar

Jerry Jennings

Welcome to SchoolhouseTeachers.com Guitar Lessons!

Guitar MayThis will be the last month of our beginner guitar course. I’m hoping you guys have found it enjoyable. And most of all, I’m hoping that you have gotten the tools to continue playing. The biggest thrill for me is to find that one of my students becomes a performer or recording artist. Get a vision. Shoot high! Listen to a lot of music and try to learn it. Jam with friends. And feel free to do all the reviewing you need, on our existing lessons.

Sometime in 2013/2014 school year, we plan to do some additional specialty classes if that works out. So please keep an eye out for those. Topics may include blues leads, finger picking, country leads… who knows? Maybe I’ll take some requests.

Thanks,

J

Feel free to check out my other music instruction books/cds/dvds

Guitar 1 Start Out Jammin’ – Beginner Guitar (Book & DVD)

Classic Rock Rudiments for Lead Guitar – Learn to Play Lead Guitar! (Book & DVD)

The Guitarist’s Link to Sight Reading – #1 Guide to Understanding Guitar Studio Charts

The Bassist’s Link to Sight Reading – #1 Guide to Understanding Bass Studio Charts

The Drummer’s Link to Sight Reading - #1 Guide to Understanding Drum Studio Charts

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Jerry Jennings is a recording artist, performer, teacher, and the author of five instructional books. He has taught private lessons, group lessons, and workshops since 1987. Jerry’s passion in life is making the best possible music and empowering others to do the same. His education includes an Associated Arts degree in music at American River College and additional composition courses at Cal State University-Sacramento.

Jerry and his wife Jane have been homeschooling their daughter Julia for seven years. In the nineties, Jerry began playing in churches, which led his family into a Christian life. There is a tightrope to walk in teaching young people to “rock out” while not leading them down the wrong path, but Jerry makes it work.