Meet Lucci Brisc, a musician with over 20 years of experience teaching and experience in the recording studio with many different genres.
Mr. Lucci offers private lessons for all levels of learners. Lessons available include acoustic, bass, lead and electric guitar along with piano/keyboard and voice. This is Dothan's premier place for music lessons.
Do you love the styles of John Mayer, Ed Sheeran or Chris Tomlin? Mr. Lucci will help you learn to play inspirational and uplifting music similar to these and many other artists. All you need to do is make sure you have a good guitar at home to practice with.
Has it been your desire to learn how to play piano like Adele, Alicia Keys or John Legend? Mr. Lucci will teach you in a way that keeps learning fun and interesting. All you need to do is make sure you have a tuned piano or keyboard at home to practice with.
Lucci`s music experience is unmatched in this area. His array of work includes collaborations with some national and international artists, Grammy, Dove Awards Winners and leading Praise & Worship bands over the years. He simply understands what music should sound like and will help get you ready to sound like a real musician. Don't wait another day, contact us for a more in-depth conversation of what your needs are.
Mr. Lucci’s teaching method for all instruments and voice is based on music theory. Simply translated, you can learn music by notes, or by ear. Both equally important in their own way. No matter if you want to learn to write music or translate what you play by ear into music Mr. Lucci can help teach you the techniques you need to know. One important thing to note is that Mr. Lucci teaches contemporary music only.
Do you sing but want to learn to sing better? Mr. Lucci will teach you that your voice is your instrument and how to uncover the limits of your instrument. He will help you identify your pitch, endurance, and much more.
You must have your own instrument before beginning lessons in order to practice at home. If you don’t have a guitar yet here are a few tips to help you shop:
Buy a quality guitar.
You may be hesitant to put too much money into something your child may or may not stick with but the quality of a lower grade guitar will not help encourage your child to stick with it. The higher quality guitar will be easier to play and will increase your child’s motivation to learn.
I suggest you stay away from the large retail store brands. They are simply cheaply made. Most repair techs will not work on these for of fear something breaking during the process.
Yes, you may save $50 or $100 buying online, but you will not get the freebies or discounts going along with buying local. Guitars need a little TLC once in a while, like cleaning, new strings, etc. You may be a DIY, but most people would rather let a professional take care of it. When buying from a local shop they are usually more than happy to help you with all of these things. In the end you simply come out better buying local.
Try before you buy.
Just like test driving a car, you need to feel a guitar in your hands to find which one fits you better. Looks can be deceiving by just watching it online, furthermore, they may get damaged during shipping, or you may get the wrong item. That’s just another reason to buy local!