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Greg Seaman

Greg Seaman - Greg teaches Electric and Acoustic Guitar, Vocal Coaching, Songwriting and Demo Recording, Music Theory, and Sight Reading. Greg is a popular professional musician on the local music scene and a well-established teacher in Traverse City. He is currently accepting students of all ages and levels. 


Check out Greg's website to learn more about lessons and watch his lesson video. You can also download free backing tracks and a copy of his book, "Improvisation for Blues and Rock Guitar." Listen to selections from Greg's newest CD, "My God is Bigger."

Purchase a gift certificate for music lessons with Greg Seaman. Gift certificates are good for acoustic or electric guitar, bass guitar, and vocal coaching.


Ron Getz, guitarist and composer, studied at Berklee College of Music and the New England Conservatory of Music. For 30 years Ron has been an active performer, composer and teacher. Highly regarded as a truly inspiring music educator, Ron's approach puts him in the roles of teacher, coach, mentor, and partner in the learning process. The lessons are private and customized for you. As a professional musician Ron has played with many Jazz greats including Arthur Blythe, Billy Hart, John Scofield, Steve Grossman, Bill Evans, Branford Marsalis, and Marvin "Smitty" Smith (from the Jay Leno Tonight Show band). In the Rock and Blues world Ron has shared the stage with B.B. King, Koko Taylor, Matt "Guitar" Murphy, Jeff Healy, Johnnie Lang, Edgar Winter, Leon Russell, Eric Burden, and Electric Light Orchestra. As a composer, Ron has written and produced 3 CD's and a fourth in the works. If you are serious about becoming a great guitar player please call Ron at 231-392-4203 or email rongetzguitar@gmail.com to discuss the possibilities. You can also learn more about Ron Getz at www.rongetzguitar.com

Angelo Meli
Angelo Meli was born in Detroit and attended Michigan State University and the Berklee College of Music in Boston. His experience ranges from the folk club experience in Detroit, to rock and roll in Boston, to Latin bands and studio work in Florida. In Michigan, he has performed with backup bands to the Drifters, the Coasters, the Platters, and the Marvellettes. Currently, Angelo is active as a guitarist and songwriter and performs frequently with a variety of groups including the blues band, The Corvairs, as well as the Neptune Quartet and Jazz North. He also performs solo weekly at Oryana.
Angelo is currently taking new students of any age or level of experience. Angelo can be contacted for lessons or gigs at:  angelomeli@ymail.com. For lessons, call Zamar Guitar at (231) 929-0097.