Guitar Masterclasses; Theory, and Technique. From Fingerstyle to Modern Rock, Jazz, and Beyond

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Guitar Masterclasses; Theory, and Technique.  From Fingerstyle to Modern Rock, Jazz, and Beyond 


Jon Mulvey – Teaching Bio


Jon Mulvey is a protégé of Joe Satriani, with whom he studied for 3 years, and is a

sponsored clinician for Peavey, EMG and Ibanez.   The son of a concert pianist and college music professor,  Jon began studying and playing at 7 with lessons in jazz and classical guitar.  He studied with some of Los Angeles’ best instructors.   Jon began teaching formally at 15 years old and his training includes a degree in Composition.  Jon currently teaches in the Bay Area and has owned a music school with a faculty of six.


Jon Mulvey has taught hundred of students in a variety of styles.  His curriculum ranges from modern rock, jazz, classical, finger style, blues, and Latin with an emphasis on theory and technique.  Jon’s love and passion for teaching guitar is always evident in his lessons.  He is currently touring internationally with a world fusion group and releasing his solo CD’s featuring guest musicians Stu Hamm (Joe Satriani), Jerry Marrotta (Peter Gabriel) and Tony Levin (Peter Gabriel, King Crimson)


“Jon is a great guitarist.”  Joe Satriani


“Pulls off a sorcerer trick by employing a massively distorted tone yet controlling the bombast so you can clearly hear his cagey phrasing which is full of sexy bends and soaring melodies.  There is enough shreddy bits, harmony lines, and tremolo gymnastics to make this one helluva thrilling guitar fest.”   

-            Michael Molenda, Editor in Chief, Guitar Player Magazine







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