My background & experienceSean Daniel is a man. A man of simple needs and desires. And the one desire, no, the one NEED, that stands above all is to spread the challenges, joy and intellectual stimulus of music to people of Earth and beyond. Born on the mean streets of upper middle class suburban Chicago, Sean learned the ways of the world through the dizzying heights of success to the lonesome depths of failure and emerged with the promise of a better tomorrow reflecting in his eyes and fiery passion in his belly. He plays and teaches guitar on his YouTube channel to almost 400,000 followers, where he regularly releases original music and projects to the adulation of legions of fans, who often compare him to Chris Pratt and one time Ryan Reynolds. He’s currently in the market for a nice leather jacket.
My student reviews
The overall experience was a positive one. Sean is an extremely knowledgeable and an engaging teacher. He made it a point to call out people on the call and make everyone feel welcome and invested in his process. The format was great and just like almost any Zoom call I have for business purposes. The material covered went well beyond any YouTube video. That is a plus and a minus. The plus side is obvious - more in-depth info. The minus is that it went really fast and lost me at times. Sean made a point of acknowledging this and I get his point that repetition and getting familiar with it and then working with it will bring it all together. I know it is hard to gauge an audience knowledge level in a first class sort of setting and he had a lot he wanted to cover in demonstrating his process. My suggestion would be a series of several classes maybe? This would allow him to pick a starting point and build upon a foundation that he creates. Then if I don't get it, I know it is because I haven't done the work necessary to get it; not that it just moved so fast that I wasn't able to make some connections in my head before we had moved on two more steps. Everyone learns differently, so who knows? Just a suggestion. All in all, a positive experience. Thank you for the time.
4 out of 5
Fun class. You will not notice the time. Substancewise, i find the lesson very useful. Sean breaks down the concepts to digestible fundamental ones so that one can use it with ease.
5 out of 5
Sean does a great job explaining difficult ideas. He's more than willing to take the time to answer questions and encourages class members to interact with him.
5 out of 5