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Cliff Engel

Discussion in 'General Instruction [BG]' started by steve2, Apr 9, 2006.


  1. steve2

    steve2

    Sep 23, 2001
    Piney Flats, TN
    I did a search and found a few people that recommends him. Just wondering if anyone else has used him.

    I too like one of the people that I read on a previous post went to a local music store and the teacher taught me out of a book. He told me I was probably a better player than he was but he was teaching me more theory. It just did not work out. Anyway Cliff Engel may be what I am looking for.

    Thanks for any info.

    Steve
     
  2. Eggman

    Eggman

    Dec 3, 2004
    Denver, Colorado
    He does a good job - for remote teaching. I decent price - good info - good files sent via email and on his teaching site.
     
  3. smartinson

    smartinson

    Dec 15, 2005
    Greeley, CO
    I've been using him and I have been very happy with my lessons. There is a lot of material as well as some good advice via recordings over Windows Media Player. The price is very good and I have certainly learned a lot from him.
     
  4. Gogalaps

    Gogalaps

    Mar 17, 2015
    US
    He is absolutely amazing guy. I recommend!
     
  5. GastonD

    GastonD

    Nov 18, 2013
    Belgrade, Serbia
    +1 for Cliff. The courses are well organized and the lessons very thorough and generous in providing a huge amount of material.
     
  6. mambo4

    mambo4

    Jun 9, 2006
    Dallas
    Don't know much about his other material but his rhythm studies are the best such thing I have found.
     
  7. DanMax

    DanMax

    Mar 13, 2016
    I signed up for his "Sight Reading for Bass" and "Music Theory for Bass" courses.

    Monday was my first lesson for both. They look good, although there's a lot of overlap between the two.

    Not knocking it--you expect overlap with those courses.

    I hope that as the lessons continue, they become two separate courses with different handouts.
     

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