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A list of guitar lessons available.

How does this class work?

I am a beginner. What are my odds?

This is a free class which is intended to help anyone start playing to guitar. All you have to do is answer a few simple questions. I have no desire to be your teacher or get your expensive instrument but it is a very nice place to start if you have not played before.

Please contact me with any questions, suggestions, and/or feedback.

For some music theory ideas, click here .

This class is intended for everyone and will be suitable for all levels, from seasoned to relatively weak. For any music theory questions, please feel free to send them to me!

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I know there are a lot of guitar songs about “how to play guitar.” This is a music theory class that focuses on “how to learn music theory.”

This is the most basic class for beginners I offer. All of the concepts in the music theory course apply to all guitar playing.

If you’re serious about learning music theory, you need to learn all of these concepts. This is a music theory class you’ll want to attend.

Please feel free to contact me with any questions, suggestions, and/or feedback.

Class times for this class:


Start: 7:00 – 9:00am

End: 11:00am


D’Ermilio Theatre

1023 E. Pecan Ave. E.

Denver, CO 80202-1701

Why should I pay?

All of my classes are completely free to attend. I have never taken a class of this nature and have to keep my business up- and running. Many of my students feel it gives them an edge and enables them to play better.

I teach music theory, including: scales, major and minor, modes etc… (and of course, some of my own favorites). I don’t teach anything else, there is no music theory book. All the music theory concepts come from studying music history and from my study of music theory books and from my experience of teaching and playing myself in a band and/or with bands in various venues.

I also offer a free guitar class, which I call the “one-on-one.” It’s open to