DOKKEN Guitarist JON LEVIN Offering Online And In-Person Guitar Lessons

Current DOKKEN and former DORO guitarist Jon Levin is now offering both online and in-person guitar lessons to guitar players who want to take their playing to the next level!

For a limited time, Jon Levin will offer the following:

Online: Jon Levin is currently scheduling live, one-on-one sessions via Skype to interested guitarists. Guitarists will schedule a time with Jon Levin, and he will work online in real time with each guitarist to develop their technique and playing ability.

In person: Jon Levin is offering limited live, in-person guitar lessons at his hotel prior to each DOKKEN gig on the current "Broken Bones" tour. These engagements are limited to five guitarists in each city. Work in person with Jon Levin, learn his technique, his skill, and incorporate it into your playing style!

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For more information or to sign up for online or in-person lessons, go to this location.


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