Located in Regina, SK. Ken has 30+ years experience teaching guitar.
He developed the guitar curriculum for The Professional Musician College (full time music college located in Regina, SK/Winnipeg, MB 1987-1993), taught for The University of Regina music education department, as well as contributed to the development of the guitar curriculum for Saskatchewan secondary schools.
Ken has done guitar clinics for B Sharp Music, The Canadian Guitar Shows (Boss products), St. John’s Music and various high schools.
He teaches a variety of styles and techniques, and aside from the “basics”, customizes his curriculum for each individual student.
Many of Ken’s students have become professional musicians and teachers themselves.
For any inquiries about lesson availability and times, contact Ken at:
* Lessons for fall 2021 will begin the week of September 7.
(Re: Covid-19) During these times, Ken will be offering a safe environment for students to come in for private lessons as well as offer online instruction.
From the album The Introduction.
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You don't have to be a serious classical guitarist to enjoy the vast amount of material available for that genre. I've always thought the more styles you learn, and the more versatile you are, the better. Just an electric guy playing some nylon string.
12 Bar Blues Improvisation
Guitar built by Bohach Guitars: Barnwood pine body, birdseye maple neck, rosewood fretboard, 22 frets, 10" radius, two way truss rod, Kluson tuners, Tusq nut, Bill Lawrence pickup. Played through a Nace amplifier and Budda Zen OD pedal.