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Homeschooling in Carmel and Noblesville:

Phil Lashley, guitar instructor

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Phil Lashley is a guitarist in the northern suburbs of Indianapolis and performers a wide variety of musical genres. Mr. Lashley is also a teacher with 25 years experience teaching students of all ages, levels and styles. Phil welcomes students 5 years of age and older, all styles and levels. Students will begin learning basic concepts such as: tuning, playing position, musical symbols, notes in first position, basic chords and strumming and picking. As students progress they will learn: more advanced chords, fingerstyle, scales, improvising, tablature and notes in second position. More advanced skills include: major, minor, pentatonic and chromatic scales, barre chords, travis picking, drop D tuning, movable scales, notes in fifth position, slides, hammer-ons, pull-offs, string bends, and chord construction. Students may use acoustic, classical or electric guitars. Recitals are held at different times through out the year. Anyone interested in lessons with Mr. Lashley should contact him via email. Information on fees, lesson times and the private studio policy will be made available. Lesson are at his studio in Carmel, IN. or via Skype.

Resources: Arts opportunities (art, music, theater, etc)
Area served:Carmel and Noblesville
State(s):Indiana
Website:http://www.phillashleyguitarteacher.com

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