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I am an Online Advanced Guitar / Music Theory Instructor for ShredAcademy.com, Shredaholic.com, and full-time Instructor for Modesto Advanced Guitar Instruction(Owner).
I own my own small business, and teach full-time privately to a wide variety of students and many differing musical styles and levels. I am also an author and have composed books, DVDs, magazine columns, my most prominent work being: "Tao of Shred - Randall Padilla"[DVD/Book].
I am also a full-time Professional Demo Artist for Kona Guitars. I am endorsed by Kona Guitars, V-Picks, HotPicksUSA, Randall Amplification, Spectraflex Cables, Digitech, Shubb capo, Stylus Pick, Guitar Wheel, Coffin Cases, Cruz Tools, Celestion, Intellitouch Tuner, TKL cases, Guitar Pro 6, Ernie Ball Strings, Spider Energy Drinks, Schaller tremolos, ShredAcademy.com, and Shredaholic.com
I host/film/produce my own weekly prime time TV show: 'Modesto Advanced Guitar Instruction', which is broadcast throughout the entire Central Valley of California twice weekly [Tue 8pm / Thu 9pm]. Initially, my primary objective was to provide a weekly, half hour guitar lesson to every kid in California's Central Valley, twice a week for FREE. So I paid for a yearly time slot on Comcast and I write, film, produce 'Modesto Advanced Guitar Instruction', in its fourth season.
My 'Primary Objective' has been, and forever will be, to help others, to take the attention/fame that I have garnered from the public through my playing- and then deliberately re-direct that towards those that need it much more. I consider it my duty. Whether that be doing fundraisers for our Veterans, performing on school campuses to help keep music in our schools, helping out my local SPCA, or doing fundraisers for Foster Children (I was a foster kid myself from age 4-18)- this is my focus.
Thank You for your time and consideration, have a great day! = )
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