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guitar teacher - Lyle Ronglien
Lyle Ronglien

City: Mill Creek
Region: WA
Country: United States

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Lyle Ronglien teaches guitar lessons in the greater Seattle area and on the Internet to students all over the world using Riff Interactive technology and is now becoming one of the world’s most sought after guitar instructors. He's also the author of many successful Riff Interactive CD-ROMs. Lyle plays lead guitar in one of Seattle’s top local bands and produces music for national TV and radio commercials as well as music for national recording artists and groups from his home studio.

Lyle's musical influences range from classic rock, blues, R&B, jazz, and classical. Some of his favorite guitar players include Hendrix, Page, Santana, Al Di Meola, Satriani and Vai, Duane Allman, Howard Roberts, and many more.
guitar teacher - Storm Stenvold
Storm Stenvold

City: unknown
Region: unknown
Country: United States

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Storm Stenvold is a successful teacher and musician. He has studied music since age 8, playing guitar and bass guitar for the past 17 years. Storm attended the University of California - Berkeley and graduated with honors from Musicians Institute - Guitar Institute of Technology (GIT). His instructors included Scott Henderson, Paul Gilbert, Steve Trovato, Ron Eschete and Keith Wyatt. Storm has taught guitar for 10 years. He was a founding faculty member of California's Guitar Activity Center, a music school with campuses in Sacramento, Berkeley and Mountain View. He has worked with beginning guitarists through the Boys and Girls Club of America.

Storm's live playing credits span the diverse musical styles he enjoys, from Jazz to Rock to Reggae. He has recorded guitar for commercial, dance and electronic music including Warner Brothers production team Mephisto Odyssey & for his own original bands. Storm won radio station KSJO's "Best Guitarist" competition in 1997. His first solo CD is planned for release in 2001.
Storm currently teaches 50 students per week in private instruction. Storm teaches both Acoustic & Electric guitar for all ages and levels. His specialties include Rock, Blues, Jazz, Country, Acoustic, Reggae, Funk & Alternative styles. Storm Stenvold is the founder of GuitarTeacher.com.

guitar teacher - Rob Metz
Rob Metz

City: Tallmadge
Region: OH
Country: United States

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Rob has been teaching for more than 15 years and can teach beginners as well as advanced players. Rob specializes in Rock, but can teach many styles as well as the basics that would be necessary for all styles of player. You can learn basic chord and scale shapes, songwriting techniques as well as speed and shred techniques.

Rob Metz is a musician specializing in instrumental rock guitar. Composing, recording and performing melodic instrumental music. He serves the song with melodic phrases rather than mindless shredding. 

Rob Metz has been influenced by some of the greatest players to walk the planet - Steve Vai, Joe Satriani, Neal Schon, Jeff Beck and Andy Timmons. You will hear these influences in the playing. Rob has studied with Freddy DeMarco, Neil Zaza and Dave Weiner (guitarist with Steve Vai) among others.

Rob has performed with National artists - Carmine Appice, Vinnie Moore, Nick Catanese (Black Label Society), Joe Stump, Rob Balducci, Dave Weiner and Jennifer Batten as well as notable local artists - Rob has written and recorded full-length albums and also works for Morley pedals as a demonstrator at trade shows.

In 2006, Metz released his debut CD, "Legion of Dreams". A personal album, Metz described it as “a voyage into mystic melody”, delivering a masterful blend of rock, bluesy experimentation, with a dash of industrial-strength shredding for good measure. Audiences were blown away as Metz took command of the stage during the 2007 promotion of Legion of Dreams performing in and around the Northeast Ohio area on primarily progressive rock bills. Metz staked his claim outright and deservedly so. Metz’s follow up CD “Axis Shift” was released June 2008 at The House of Blues, Cleveland Ohio. Axis Shift is another step in my evolution as a player and song writer. This CD has a wide array of guitar tones and stylistic leanings. Much more diverse than previous works. The CD has numerous instrumentation additions, Piano, Saxophone, Orchestral strings, choir and djembe with a much more evident volume dynamic. I hoped to make the music more accessible stylistically than Legion of Dreams was. It has rock songs, ballads and some eccentric guitar tones that will appeal to the emotions.

"Time is Short" is a Digital only EP released January 2011 that features some well known guests like Prashant Aswani. The release also features an instrumental rendition of the Christmas song "God rest ye merry gentlemen".


Experience
Clinician Morley Pedals
January 2010 – Present
I demonstrate Morley Pedals at various trade shows, stores and events. I perform music that features the products that Morley produces and I give short informational dialog that informs attendees of features and benefits of the products.

Instrumental Rock Guitarist
January 1986 – Present
I have been a player and student of guitar for more than 25 years. I have released 3 recording projects. I have played in numerous events and capacities including live shows, writing music for short films and full length films, live stage and clinics and demonstrations.
guitar teacher - Ted Kirkendall
Ted Kirkendall

City: Indianapolis
Region: IN
Country: United States

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Ted Kirkendall started playing professionally in 1988 immediately following his graduation from the Guitar Institute of Technology in Hollywood California. While there, he studied with the likes of Keith Wyatt and Steve Trovato. He has been giving guitar, mandolin, ukulele, bass, and dulcimer lessons and gigging in country, blues, rock and roll, jazz, rockabilly, bluegrass, and polka bands ever since. Currently Ted sees over 40 students a week in Indianapolis Indiana. As well as giving private lessons, he teaches group lessons at elementary schools, churches, and summer camps. He also taught a group class at Indiana University for which he wrote the curriculum; the satisfaction from which prompted him to write his own method book.s Ted teaches students of various skill levels and interests. His specialties include blues, country, rockabilly, rock and roll, bluegrass, sight reading, and theory.

With his former jump blues band The Wolfpack, Ted recorded an album of original music and also appeared on two compilation albums: Live from the Slippery Noodle Inn Vol. 2 (recorded at the famous blues venue of the same name), and a Christmas compilation Santa was a Bluesman Vol. 3. The band was voted the best unsigned blues band earning them the opportunity to perform on legendary Beale Street in Memphis Tennessee. The band opened shows for such notable blues artists as Junior Wells, Koko Taylor, John Mayall, Lonnie Mack, and The Yardbirds. He recently added ukelele to two songs recorded by Side Tracked/ADArecording artist Aimee Allen. Ted lists diverse influences such as Stevie Ray and Jimmie Vaughan, Robben Ford, Pete Anderson, George Harrison, Jimi Hendrix, Clarence White, Charlie Christian, and Mark Knopfler.

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