Taught by Jeff Burke using the Wernick Method*
Mondays, Jan 15-Mar 12 (ex. 2/19) 6:30-9PM
Presented by Chicago Bluegrass
Jeff's students say:
"Jeff is a great, patient teacher."
"Jeff is a wonderful instructor. He is very passionate about music and it shows through in the class. He offers both positive and constructive feedback. I made huge strides in this eight week class."
"Wish I had taken this class years ago! It has helped me a lot and motivated me to go to more jams and participate."
"Great class, I have been recommending it to all my friends that play."
"Jeff has a true passion for the music he teaches. He is able to convey difficult material into manageable lessons and encourages you to build on what you've learned, even if it feels uncomfortable at first. I would highly recommend him to anyone!"
"Jeff was very accommodating of people at different skill levels, patient with a group of varied talents."
"Jeff did a very good job getting me out of my comfort zone with leading songs and attempting breaks."
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$50 payment holds your spot! ($185 due at first class)
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Once we receive your payment, we'll contact you via email with class preparation info.
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50% of payment refunded if you cancel more than one month in advance.
- All bluegrass instruments welcome
- No jamming experience necessary
- You will be jamming the first class!
- Friendly, encouraging, knowledgeable teaching.
- Mistakes allowed!
- Singing not required, but encouraged and taught.
- Easy 2- and 3-chord songs, slow speeds.
- Soloing not required! "Faking" solos taught.
Do you qualify? It's easier than you may think!
If you play guitar, mandolin, banjo, fiddle, bass, or dobro... you can be part of a bluegrass jam.
- You must be able to tune your instrument (electronic tuning devices welcome) and
- change smoothly between G, C, D, and A. (Fiddles and basses need to know which notes work with which chords)