GUITAR LESSONS IN MINNEAPOLIS, MN
Paul offers guitar lessons out of his home studio in South Minneapolis. He also offers bass lessons.
Paul offers music instruction to any instrumentalist-guitar, bass, piano, sax, cello, fiddle, flute etc., who has intermediate technical skills, and is interested in jazz and blues. Paul is a great match for the student who wants to be a better player and gain a deeper understanding of music theory, chords, and improvisation.

Paul teaches adults (age 16 and up) but will occasionally accept a younger student-an exceptionally motivated or accomplished 14 or 15 year old.
Paul specializes in teaching jazz and blues and is a wonderful resource for any student who wants to learn more about those styles.

Contact Paul via email to arrange your lesson times at paul@paulrenz.com

GUITAR LESSONS VIA WEBCAM
Study with Paul Renz from anywhere! Doesn’t matter if you’re across town or across the globe.

Simple Setup:
All you need is a computer, a high-speed internet connection, a webcam, and a Skype account.
1. Computer (PC or Mac)
2. Webcam – Any model is fine, and some track better than others.
3. High-speed internet connection
4. Skype account – Skype is free, and easy to use.

Skype information and Account Setup
http://www.skype.com

How It Works:
With a webcam, your music lessons are just like traditional lessons, except that you and the instructor may be thousands of miles apart. You interact one-on-one with the instructor, in real time, through your computer. You will see and hear each other as if you are in the same room.

Contact Paul via email to arrange your lesson times at paul@paulrenz.com

LESSON FEES
For in-person or webcam lessons, Paul charges $55 an hour and students pay for 5 or 10 lessons at a time.
• 10 lessons $550
• 5 lessons $275
• 1 lesson or consultation $60

All payments may be made via the secure online Paypal™ payment method. Learn more about Paypal >


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