Guitar | UkuleleEric Kuvakos
After high school, Eric began teaching his first private students while studying Music Performance at American River College. It was at ARC where he first took lessons from local giants Matthew Grasso and Steve Homan, and started to create and perform with his own projects. Currently, Eric splits his time between teaching, performing locally, and finishing a Jazz Studies degree at Sac State. He loves to find out how music speaks to his students and how to best educate each individual student, while keeping fundamentals and the joy of music in mind.
- Paul Reed Smith CE24
- Roland Jazz Chorus
- Picks – Pro-Plec 1.5mm, Cool Juratex Jazz 1.5mm
- Orpheus Valley Guitars, Rondo Series R65
- Boss NS-2 Noise Suppressor
- MXR Carbon Copy
- Ibanez TS9 Tube Screamer
- Dunlop Crybaby
- Dunlop Volume Pedal
- Boss RC-20XL Looper
Check out Eric In Action
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