Top Guitar Teacher Dyce Kimura Releases 3rd Free Lesson on YouTube—Now Available for 1-on-1 Lessons via Skype

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Ft. Lauderdale guitar teacher Dyce Kimura proudly announces the launch of his 3rd free acoustic guitar lesson for the absolute beginner. The lesson, just one in a series of 10, is available in its entirety on YouTube at: This first-rate production follows his two wildly-popular lessons, and is perfect for beginners of all ages. Lesson #3 marks the return of Dyce’s ongoing deal: ten 1-hour lessons for just $500 (normally a $600 value). As always, these lessons are available to beginning guitar students located anywhere—via

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Fort Lauderdale Guitar Teacher Dyce Kimura

I will help you find your voice on the guitar.

Dyce’s students are excited about the opportunity to learn from such an accomplished player. This Skype guitar teacher knows how to get students to the next level: Dyce has lived the musician’s life, and understands the frustrations and complexities that come with comprehending music as an absolute beginner. Thankfully, Dyce has a natural understanding of how to break down learning the guitar in simple, easily-explainable terms. He keeps things simple enough so that the creative process flows, something particularly important for the absolute beginner. Dyce’s students regularly find that they quickly progress to a new level of enjoyment—and authority—on their instrument, after just a few lessons. Now, via his Skype guitar lessons, Dyce is reaching students from around the globe.

Dyce’s 1-on-1 Ft. Lauderdale guitar lessons and Skype lessons are popular for a reason: they make learning just so easy. All that is required is a high-speed internet connection, a webcam and mic—standard on any newer computer, a Skype account (easy to create), and headphones (optional).

Lesson #3 covers the chords G Major and a minor. Dyce features just these two chords, one of which (a minor) he reviewed in lesson #2. The video gives the absolute beginner an easy-to-follow game plan: every shot features both a close-up of Dyce’s fingers on the fret board, and a crystal-clear graphic of the accompanying guitar tablature. G Major and a minor is an extremely popular chord progression, featured in a wide array of classic and new rock, pop, and blues. Absolute beginners will have a great time as they begin playing “real music” from their very first lesson with Dyce.

For more information on Dyce’s latest video—or his 1-on-1 guitar lessons via Skype—call 786 457 3687 today.


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