When you think about online guitar lessons, the first thing that comes to mind is probably one of the online-only popular websites that I have written about in a previous article. But did you know that many local music stores offer online lessons as well?
Today I would like to introduce you to the best guitarist and guitar teacher I have ever had the privilege of meeting:
Jim McCutcheon and his wife Debbie are the owners of McCutcheon Music located in the Dayton, Ohio (USA) area. Affectionately known as the “Guitar Man”, Jim performs and teaches a broad range of musical styles, including classical, blues, jazz, folk, and children’s music. His performances appeal to audiences of all ages.
I had the pleasure of taking guitar lessons from Jim for one semester at the University of Dayton, where he has taught for over 40 years. While I was far from being his star student, I learned a great deal (and unlearned some bad habits I picked up from being previously self-taught). Jim has a warm, approachable personality that made guitar lessons fun.
Check out this interview with Jim where he tells a little about his background, his philosophy of music education, and how McCutcheon Music has grown over the years.
Guitar Lessons at McCutcheon Music
McCutcheon Music has several highly-qualified guitar teachers to choose from, with all of them offering lessons online. That means you don’t have to live in Southwestern Ohio to study with some of the finest teachers you will find!
To schedule a lesson, fill out this form or call (937) 435-2900.
Have you studied guitar with a teacher at McCutcheon Music? Comment below and tell us about your experience!
All the best,
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