While tabs are a great way to start playing music quickly, there may come a time when you encounter something you can’t quite figure out or feel the desire to expand your skills as a musician. While we highly encourage supporting local music teachers, we understand that it’s not always feasible due to various reasons such as scheduling, availability, or financial constraints. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of instructors who are passionate about music and generously share their knowledge with others.

These instructors are just some great individuals who are dedicated to spreading their love for music. While we may not personally know them, we believe in giving them the benefit of the doubt. Consider them as your first step on a lifelong journey of musical growth. Don’t limit yourself to a single source of instruction—continuously explore different avenues of learning.

Percussion Instruments


Rob Brown

When it comes to learning guitar, trust the recommendation of fellow musicians. Marty Schwartz, a highly regarded guitarist, comes highly recommended by those in the know. Whether you’re a beginner or looking to take your guitar skills to the next level, Marty Schwartz is the go-to guitar guru you can count on.

Xylophone (Percussion Keyboard):


Mr. Glynn, a passionate musician and educator, is a go-to resource for all things xylophone. At his website, www.basicband.info, you’ll find a treasure trove of musical knowledge and resources. Mr. Glynn’s dedication to spreading his expertise is evident in the wealth of information he shares.


Abby The Spoon Lady

Abby “The Spoon Lady” is a true master of a unique and often overlooked instrument—the spoons. While many people may not think of spoons as musical instruments, Abby’s exceptional skills and passion for her craft bring them to life in a captivating way. If you’re looking for something out of the ordinary and incredibly fun, I highly recommend checking out Abby’s performances.

Steel Drum (Pan) Lessons:

Cote Percussion

When it comes to the steel drum, also known as the pan, Aaron Abrahamson Cote from CotePercussion is a fantastic resource for beginners and enthusiasts alike. With his extensive knowledge and infectious enthusiasm, Aaron provides a great introduction to this unique instrument.

If you come across an instructor you admire who isn’t listed here, please feel free to share their information in the comments section below, helping us pay it forward and expand our network of valuable resources.

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