Guitar Consulting

I am now offering online guitar-consulting sessions. Why am I not calling them guitar lessons? Well, when I hear the word lesson I think of sitting in a small room with someone and playing scales, learning theory, and turning pages of a Mel Bay book playing songs that I’d rather forget.  I’m not saying that’s not important. I did that for years, and maybe you should too. That’s not what I’m going to do, though.

I have spent the last couple of years traveling and having a lot of the same conversations with people. There are a lot of questions and not a lot of people helping answer them.  Some of the most common topics are:

How to improve your guitar tone

How to phrase chords in a full band situation

How to write guitar parts/hooks/solos

How to play slide guitar

How to create ambient guitar sounds

How to develop your own style

I want to take these subjects (and many more) and help you become the best player you can be. We will listen to your guitar sound and see how to improve it. We will talk about ways to approach rhythm guitar playing in a way that compliments a full band. We will learn how to open up your creativity and become a better lead player. We will have you playing slide guitar. We will discuss how to make huge ambient soundscapes. You will develop your own style.

It will be fun and it will be helpful. And you will probably get to talk to Stetson!

I’m offering 30 minute and 60 minute sessions.

For additional information, email me at:




  1. Is there a particular place that would be easiest for you? You and I have family in Vidalia, GA. Would you be willing to meet there during the summer?

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