Jason Aaron Wood
" ShredMentor Rock Guitar Academy"
- $9430 min
- 0Classes Taught
Here at ShredMentor, you won't get "average" guitar lessons. You will get RESULTS, and your imagination is the only limit to how far you can take your abilities.
I will show you how to get MAXIMUM RESULTS in the SHORTEST TIME possible, while HAVING LOTS OF FUN in the process.
Other guitar teachers teach chords - I teach you *skills* and *train* you how to *apply* them.
Call me NOW at 240-354-2783, and take the first step toward playing the guitar the way you want to.
Dewey H. January 17, 2011
"To all guitarist wanting to learn or just want to get better don't waste your time with boring music teachers go to Jason Aaron Wood I did and he showed me a new way of playing that really works, he's a cool guy that understands what you need in your playing skill's to excel your guitar playing at any level "
Ray L. January 18, 2011
"Jason gives top notch lessons. Whether you are looking to improve on theory or speed training, he provides you with all the tools to take your playing the next level. His ShredMentor website is also a huge resource to supplement the lessons. Materials from classes are posted online as well as backing tracks to put your exercises into musical context. Above all though, I think the thing that sets Jason apart is that he genuinely cares about his students and their playing. With Jason you don't just get a teacher, you truly get a mentor. "
Tim H. January 19, 2011
"I've been taking lessons with Jason off and on for a year and a half, and I would enthusiastically recommend his services to anyone interested in learning to play guitar. His knowledge of music theory and guitar techniques is impressive, but more important is his ability to present information in a clear, concise way so that you learn just enough to advance your playing week by week without being overloaded with new information. Before taking lessons I tried learning from various books, but I felt like I was just copying the exercises on the page with no real understanding of how to put those notes together into something practical. With Jason I feel like I'm really learning how music works, and I can take the knowledge I've gained to create my own exercises and, ultimately, my own music."
Brad B. January 28, 2011
"I have been playing guitar for close to 20 years, taken lessons, played in bands, etc. I can play, but there are major holes in my knowledge of theory and some basic fundamentals in technique. I sort of plateaued years ago and have had a hard time moving forward. Even playing everyday hasdn't helped because I didn't know how to approach practicing in a way that would make me better. I had put off takng lessons again, because, frankly, sometimes they are a waste of money. Not with Jason. I have improved more in the last few months, under Jason's wing, than I have since the first year I spent holed up in my room with my new instrument, hell bent on learning how to play a song. Jason teaches technique, theory, and how to practice, in a balanced, undertstandable, and most importantly, attainable way. I look forward to my lessons and practicing what I learned each week. And I'm more excited about playing and more confident with the guitar than I've ever been. Jason bills himself as a shred teacher, and that he is. But his knowledge of the instrument is so extensive that he can really gear the lessons towards whatever it is you are looking to learn. I am more of a classic rock/old school metal guy and the lessons have fit right in and built on everything I've ever learned. One caveat: The greatest teacher on the planet will not help you if you are not committed to practicing... a lot. If you want to learn to play, or just want to get better, and are committed to doing the work, Jason is the man If you want to learn "
Schenker F. October 1, 2011
"Although Jason appears competent, the arrogance doesn't do it for me. There are many who are better guitar teachers out there... it's worth the search. He's NOT THAT GOOD, FOLKS! Pseudo-intellect and copying other styles do not make for an original guitar teacher... better luck next time, Jace"