Harmonica Teachers and Lessons in Arizona

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Select where in Arizona you’d like harmonica lessons:

Gilbert, AZ
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DVD and Online Harmonica Lessons
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Mesa, AZ
Lenny Henderson, Diatonic harp. Folk, Country, Blues, Rock, Jazz.  Beginning to Intermediate levels of instruction. Also singing, and simple instrument making [flute, dijeridoo,drum]. PH: 480-964-4746 Email: hlnancy@uswest.net
Phoenix, AZ
John Kally, I take a student once in a while, but with my schedule it usually only amounts to a couple of 45 minute lessons or so spread out over time. I’m in central Phoenix, and have been playing blues and folk styles for 30 years  (I also play chromatic and can read although I’m not a great reader) and have several years’ teaching experience. PH: 602-257-4411 Email: jkally@uswest.net
Surprise, AZ
Patrick Webber, Eleven years of private music teaching both in Surprise and Wisconsin. Two years experience playing guitar with a local Bluegrass band. Two years experience as a band leader, fiddle and mandolin player in a local Bluegrass band.
Tempe, AZ
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Tucson, AZ
Klaus Gehrmann, Diatonic blues, pop, and jazz; different positions.  HTAB accredited for Basic Diatonic Harmonica. PH: 520-299-5290 Email: kdgaz@msn.com
Tucson, AZ
J.P. Thom-Gronachan, Making music is a two-fold process. On one hand, you need to know how to work your instrument, just as if it were a hammer or a screwdriver. An instrument is thus a tool, something you use to put musical sound into the air. This part is a physical process whereby you learn to control your own body in such a way as to get the desired sounds from the instrument. Address: 2100 N. Wilmot Rd, #313, Tucson, AZ 85701 PH: 520-682-6201

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