John Tibball
97-24 85th street, Ozone Park NY, 11416
Instruments: Guitar, Other, Theory
Styles: Folk - Country - Bluegrass, Rock - Alternative, Blues, Kids, Other
Levels: Beginner, Intermediate
Experience: 6 years
Rate: $45 / hr
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Personal Statement
I have a laid back approach to teaching that keeps the lessons fun while covering all the material that you'll need to become a proficient guitarist.

My lessons are tailored to help each student reach his/her goals on the guitar...whether you just want to learn a few of your favorite songs, or you're interested in learning music theory to understand what it is about those songs that works. We'll work toward your goals...not follow some generic lesson plan!

I'm conveniently located in Ozone Park, Queens NY...just a few blocks from the A train, and the Q8, Q11 and Q24 buses.

Beginner through intermediate students of all ages are welcome.

- Reasonable Rates
- Gift Certificates available

There are discounted rates available when purchasing lesson packs.

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or find me on Facebook at:

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Giovanni's cover of Hand of Blood by Bullet for My Valentine
Ryan's cover of Ballad of the Beaconsfield Miners by Foo Fighters


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