According to Fender's Play instructor page: > Kevin “Thrasher” Gruft has been playing for 20 years, during which he developed a distinctive playing style, complemented by his work as a record producer, songwriter and mixer. As lead guitarist role for the rock quartet “Escape The Fate”, Kevin’s latest work includes writing and co-producing his band’s recently debuted #1 album on iTunes Rock and Metal charts. He has 15 years experience teaching private students and tours the world as a session guitarist for many major label records.more
According to Dave Nassie's instructor page on Fender Play: > Dave first picked up the guitar at 9 and by 14 he was already teaching. He's since trained with classical composers, metal icons, as well as blues and country legends. After 20 years of touring and recording, he is now focused on teaching students around the world. You may recognize Dave from demonstrations of Fender products on social media.more
Jen Trani is a guitar teacher whose videos are featured in the Fender Play lesson series. > Jen Trani has been playing music since he was very young and hasn't stopped for 23 years. Originally from Denver, Colorado, Jen moved west to sharpen his craft at LA’s esteemed Musicians Institute, where he earned his Bachelor’s degree in music performance. Jen has created over 1,000 online instructional videos, with more than 90 million views. He has been a private instructor to dozens of aspiring guitarists for the past 13 years.more
According to her instructor profile on Fender Play, > Nikki has taught hundreds of students during 13 of her 22 years experience playing. She co-owned and operated a musical instrument store in Montana and was also the director of the private lesson program. She joined Jason Newsted's "Chophouse" jam crew, then moved back home to Los Angeles to join Paradise Kitty-- the all female tribute to Guns N' Roses. She not only teaches on Fender Play, but also contributes to curriculum development as a lesson writer.more
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