Music Instruction Guitar, Ukulele, Bass
Marshall has a bachelor’s degree in music composition. He started playing the ukulele when he could sit up, drums at age 7, guitar at 13, and bass at 17. He has played these instruments in bands of widely varying quality since 1983, and has taught guitar, bass and ukulele at Guitar Works, Ltd. since 1995.
Music Instruction Banjo, Mandolin, Flatpick Guitar
Our resident Folk instructor, Gus has over 40 years’ experience as a professional musician and has been teaching music full-time since 1989. He teaches guitar, mandolin, and banjo, and specializes in bluegrass, Celtic music, and traditional jazz.
Music Instruction Guitar
Jason Hunt is an Evanston native and classical guitarist who has been teaching and performing at nightclubs, weddings, dinners, country clubs and restaurants in the Chicagoland area in the Chicagoland area for 18 years. In addition to earning a degree in classical guitar from Northwestern under Ann Waller, Jason has also studied Classical Guitar with Mark Maxwell (DePaul) and Saxophone with Paul Bro. Thru Northwestern and other Chicagoland opportunities Jason has performed at masterclasses for such artists as Oscar Ghiglia, Scott Tenant, Robert Guthrie, and the L.A. Guitar Trio. Not just an expert in classical guitar, Jason also has a wide range of styles in which he teaches.
Music Instruction Guitar, Bass, Ukulele
Dan became interested in bass as a teenager, and played bass and guitar in bands throughout high school. As an adult, he learned to play the accordion, which haunts him to this day. He has played, toured, and recorded with many Chicago bands since 1992, and has worked at Guitar Works since 1994, where he continues to teach guitar, bass, and ukulele. Dan is exploring his new interest in the theremin, which has been entertaining his neighbors and cats for some time.