I have had a lot of lessons online in Guitar, Voice, Piano, and Harmonica. Here are the Teachers that I have had lessons, either canned lessons or workshop lessons, or private lessons.
Paul Mckay – Vocal coach that really helped me. I am currently in the middle of some lessons with him now.
RnB Singing LEssons – A singing teacher who has helped me as well.
Acapellian – Had a couple lessons. Need some more.
– Jon Gindick – I had one lesson with him that he presented to the Gospel Harmonica Community. However, HIs book Country Blues Harmonica was at the foundation of my improvement.
– Mike Caldwell – Gospel Harmonica Forum and Private Skype Lessons. He is a country player in the Charlie McCoy mindset. He does a lot of accompaniment Harmonica as well as some lead. Working on both with him.
– Adam Gussow – Took a couple Lessons at the Midwest Harmonica Workshop. He has a mammoth list of YouTube videos that some guys swear by. Big time Blues Guy.
– Ronnie Shellist – took a few Private Skype Lessons working on adding a blues groove to my gospel and hymns repertoire. Also purchased some lessons off of his website.
– Dave Barrett – Working on BluesHarmonica.com which I love.
– Dave Gage – I signed up for HarmonicaLessons.Com. But didn’t come to it till later. He teaches a methodology that gets you to jamming quickly. I like it and will go back.
– Brandon Bailey – Took a couple lessons at Midwest Harmonica Workshop. Learned about economy of air usage here just by looking at him play up close.
– Todd Parrott – Big time country Gospel player in the Terry McMillan vein. Took a couple of lessons from him at Midwest Harmonica Workshop.
– Keith Mitchell – Haven’t had a lesson with him, but he runs the Gospel Harmonica Community on Facebook. I have posted there more than anywhere else, so his work has helped me tremendously.
– Sean Wailin O’Phelan – Also haven’t had any lessons with him, but he runs Midwest Harmonica Workshop. I attended and it was well worth the time and expense.