Private lessons / videos

Live Video chat lesson with Skype , iChat or AIM

Sign up for 1 on 1 video lessons, price is 60 US $ or 40 € for an hour.
Topics can be chosen be you – how to play a certain song (that i know), a specific technique, general music theory/knowledge.
OR
I will on your first “consultation”, diagnose you and and make a prescription for your improvement;-)

I use iChat on the iMac with an AIM account OR Skype with a Skype account
My screen name on AIM is marlowedk (figures) and my screenname on Skype is thomas.risell
You’ll have to have an AIM account (pc and mac compatible) or a .mac account (mac only)
OR a Skype account/username

You will need a webcam (i use an imac with built-in webcam) and a hi-speed internet connection.
We also have to figure out timezone issues, Im located in Copenhagen, Denmark. and that is in CET Central European Time, im 9 hours ahead of California and 6 hours ahead of Pennsylvania

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Private Lessons IRL (Danish students mainly)

I teach students in central Copenhagen (close to Nørreport trainstation), Denmark

Call me: +45 31 15 88 60 or mail me

Custom Video lesson on a song or subject you choose

If you are not available for personal tuition, I can make you a custom video on the subjects you choose
It could be a song you are struggling with, some theory concepts, technique questions etc
Price is 50$ an hour , same as for personal tuition, but if its a general technique that could benefit others i might do it for less – its something i decide mind you.
I record and upload the video to my site from where you can download it

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MarloweDK: Well, i use different fx depending on the gig,and sometimes nothing at all. You can get far with just a octaver and autowah. Maybe add a fuzz/distortion of some kind

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Mr Tibbs: WAZZUP Marlowe DK, Awesome Job with Larry Graham and the others...Keep Doin Your Thing Brutha!!!:-)

brainlock1: Hey Marlowedk, I don't know how I missed the Larry Graham meeting that you had back earlier in the year, (both the interview and actually playing his bass onstage) but I just wanted to say congratulations! I could see how much respect he has for you and what an honor it was to see that come to fruition! Thanks for all you do... Cheers. Bryan in Kentucky

MarloweDK: Finn: Its hard to find good Band in a box patterns, i usually just use the "Funk 70s style". Ill think about tutorials. In the mean time guest teacher Paul Wolfe has done some

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