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I've been playing guitar professionally and teaching for over 12 years. I studied music at USC in the studio/jazz guitar department and have worked with many world renowned players. I have had the great privilege to perform with touring artists such as David Archuletta (American Idol sensation), Nicole Henry (2013 Soultrain music award winner) and jazz greats such as Kim Richmond, John Daversa and Eric Reed to name a few, and performed events sharing the stage with Jerry Seinfeld, Andrew Dice Clay, and the Gypsy Kings, while working regularly with some of LA's top musicians and A-list players. I have also released three albums under my own name, all available on iTunes, Amazon, Apple Music, Spotify, and wherever music is sold. I play all styles including rock, jazz, pop, folk, country, metal, and classical and am willing to teach anyone who has a genuine interest in learning. I believe in keeping things fun and focusing on whatever the student is passionate about working on. Whether you're just looking to play a little bit as a hobby, or if you want to take this as far as you can go the sky is the limit and I will help you reach your goal as quickly as possible. I charge $140 a month for half hour lessons and $200 a month for hour sessions once a week. FIRST LESSON IS FREE so we can see if we match and are a good fit to work together. Feel free to contact me with any questions.


Andy Waddell
andywaddellmusic.com

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=n89NjX7DLaQ

Review quotes:

"Nothing short of SUPERB . . . seamless jazz with a cutting edge all the way through."  
 - Improvijazzation Nation Magazine

"Great guitar work and this has to be truly "a watch out for" in the future. Awesome co-ordination."  
 - Graham Barclay, Soundwave FM

"Fresh and well played,"  
- Leo Ramirez, CITR Vancouver, Canada

"Remarkably polished and boldly self-confident." 
  - Jazz Corner

"His compositions balance the restlessness of his imagination with a killer instinct for melody"  
- All About Jazz
  • do NOT contact me with unsolicited services or offers

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