Does Tomo Fujita still teach at Berklee?

Tomo Fujita is an associate professor in the Guitar Department at Berklee College of Music. Read more about Fujita on his faculty page.

What guitar does Tomo Fujita play?

Fender Artist Series Stevie Ray Vaughan Stratocaster I have a Stevie Ray Vaughan Strat that I’ve played so much. That was my first real Fender – I played it for many years, from when I first came to Berklee.

When did Tomo Fujita teach John Mayer?

Tomo has been teaching guitar at Berklee College of Music since 1993. He taught John Mayer in 1 to 1 lessons during Mayer’s time at Berklee in 1998.

When did Tomo Fujita start playing guitar?

12 years old
Fujita got his first guitar when he was 12 years old and living in Japan, but didn’t begin learning to play until a year later. When his friend bought a guitar and began to teach himself, Fujita realized that if he worked hard enough, he could learn as well. With his friend’s advice and help, Fujita’s skills improved.

How much does Tomo Fujita cost?

$14.99 a month Visit Tomo’s USA website at for more information.

Is guitar wisdom good for beginners?

Learning with Guitar Wisdom If you are a beginner, we recommend that you start with the Beginner Series and the Sight-Reading Series. Both of these are arranged sequentially, so that you can follow an established path.

What pick does Tomo Fujita use?

Tomo Fujita Wisdom Picks express Tomo’s philosophy, in guitar-playing and in life. Which one is your favorite? These are 1 mm picks made to Tomo’s specifications. They are the only picks he uses!

Who teaches Berklee guitar?

Don Lappin Don is well known for his unique “Two-Hand” technique which he has been teaching at Berklee for over 20 years.

Did Tomo teach John Mayer?

Tomo specialises in blues, funk and R&B styles. He has been teaching for almost three decades, mentoring guitarists such as John Mayer and Eric Krasno.

How long did it take John Mayer to learn guitar?

From then on, Mayer became obsessed with the music of Stevie Ray Vaughan, and a large part of his blues guitar playing can be attributed to Vaughan. After two years of lessons and practice, Mayer began performing at local bars and clubs while he was still in high school.

Is Paul Davids guitar course worth it?

Paul’s interweaving of theory and playing is absolutely essential in progressing your guitar playing beyond beginner level and is where the course excels beyond any other beginner guitar course that I have played to date.