Seth Burrows


Seth has been playing guitar for 30 years, and teaching for 25. While growing up in Breckenridge, Colorado, Seth was inspired to pick up the guitar by listening to instrumental rock virtuosos like Steve Vai and Joe Satriani. At the recommendation of is high school band director, Seth attended Berklee College of Music in Boston. While at Berklee, he was taught by Bruce Bartlett, Kevin Barry, Tomo Fujita, and Pat Pattison, among many others. After graduating Summa Cum Laude, Seth lived in Nashville for several years, playing guitar, producing demo recordings, and working in Final Assembly at the Gibson Custom Shop. Since moving to Central Oregon in 2013, he has played in several local groups, and has played in a handful of musical theater productions, including Avenue Q, Evil Dead the Musical, RENT, and Jesus Christ Superstar. Seth is always striving to learn new things about music and how it applies to the guitar. His lessons emphasize the development of the student's ear, the cultivation of their innate creativity, and guiding them to the tools and strategies they need to become great musicians, not merely great guitar players.

Andy Jacobs

Born in Bend during the early 80’s, Andy developed an intense passion for music at an early age.  His parents exposed him to the oldies they grew up with, ranging from Elvis and Buddy Holly to Motown and The Beatles.  In 1994, while Andy was in 8th grade, a Jimi Hendrix cover band played at his school and blew his adolescent mind.  At that moment, he decided to use the money he earned delivering the local newspaper on his bike to purchase his first electric guitar.  Immediately, he began to learn the instrument on his own by playing along with his favorite albums of the early 90’s.  It wasn’t long before he was playing in bands and gigging out regularly.  Andy has played in countless bands around town over the last two decades.  ‘Goodbye Dyna’ is Andy’s solo project that has released a few albums in which he writes and plays everything on them.  Andy is also an accomplished drummer and can be found playing in the local desert-metal band ‘Drunk Pilot’.  He is also currently playing guitar and singing for reggae tribute band, ‘Subliminal’.  Andy has been teaching private lessons for 10 years now and has also taught the ‘School of Rock’ class at Cascade School of Music.  He is also well-versed in vocal training and can offer this service as well to aspiring performers.  For those students looking to approach music from a songwriting perspective, Andy is able to combine vocal coaching with other instrument instruction.  He was taught voice by Don Hoxie, who studied under the same instructor for Ann Wilson of the iconic rock band Heart.