Learn online from one of bluegrass music's most respected instrumentalists. Right from your home. These are live one-on-one lessons.
Don't have a banjo teacher in your area?
Looking for a convenient, easy way to take some lessons?
Get sound advice and clear instruction from Tom Adams, one of the most highly-respected banjo players and teachers in bluegrass music.
With Skype Lessons you can:
- warm up right before your lesson starts.
- review material as soon as the lesson ends.
- get in touch with Tom between lessons if you have any questions.
Whether you're looking to improve your playing for your own enjoyment, or to feel more confident at jam sessions, or to better nail your solos at your band's next gig, Tom can help you to reach your goal.
It's easy to schedule a Skype lesson with Tom.
Purchase one or more lessons using the PayPal links shown below.
Tom will contact you by email to set up a day and time that's convenient for you.
He'll ask you to send some details about what you'd like to focus on, a phone number where you can be reached at the time of the lesson, your local Time Zone and your Skype contact name.
That's all there is to it.
If you'd like to get more information before signing up, just use this link to contact Tom:
Tom is currently available on Wednesdays, morning to evening, and on Thursdays until 2:00 pm Eastern Time. Please check to see that he is accepting new students.
In addition to Skype lessons Tom offers private lessons at his home at Lake Meade in Adams County, Pennsylvania.
Use the same PayPal Skype links above to schedule a private lesson at Tom's home studio.
Having a copy of your lesson to review and study between Skype sessions can be very helpful.
If you would like to record your Skype video lesson, do a Google search for "record skype video calls" for information and available software for your device.
Disclaimer of Endorsement and Liability: Tom does not endorse or recommend any particular product or warrant the performance of such products.
At the Skype website, you'll find answers to questions such as "What do I need to make a one to one video call?"