Ed Apple

Specialties:  Theory, Harmony, Transposition, Sight-Reading & Analysis, Beginning & Intermediate Classical Guitar
Days:  Sunday
Rate:  $20 per 1/2 Hour Lesson

Eddie born in 1970, began studying music in 1979.  He has studied with some world class musicians with backgrounds from Juilliard School of Music, Berklee School of Music, Session Musicians, Authors of Music Instruction, Various Master Classes, and was a Mott College Music Major where he received a scholarship for his Classical Guitar studies. While at Mott College he studied Music Theory, Ear Training and Classical Guitar, as well as Conducting/Orchestration, and was named to the Dean’s list for academic excellence.
Over the years, Eddie has performed both live and in the recording studio with many different artists from several different genres. His work has had both national and international radio airplay and exposure.

Eddie was featured on the accompanying CD for the internationally released book, “A World Without Heroes” by Dale Sherman.  He was also a three time guest columnist for “Guitar Licks” in Ground Zero Magazine.

Eddie has been a professional music educator for many years offering private music instruction for guitar, bass guitar, classical guitar, music theory and sight reading at several music stores and his home studio.  He currently continues his love of music by playing live shows, studio session work and teaching private music instruction.