About Feagin's Fretboard
Helping our students harness their passion for their instrument, influencing our culture through their song.
Feagin's Fretboard is committed to teaching guitar, piano, bass, violin and drums to people of all ages; we have students from ages 7 to 70, who range from beginning to intermediate experience. Our teaching schedules are flexible and will fit your needs (we understand that your time is precious). Our music studio is located right in the heart of Civano at 10501 East Seven Generations Way Suite #105, Tucson, Az. 85747. Feagin's Fretboard has a full service recording studio as well.
Our Team Of Teachers
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"Capt" Kirk Feagin
Guitar Instructor and Founder
"Capt" Kirk Feagin is the founder of Feagin's Fretboard's and a beloved guitar instructor. Kirk specializes in teaching metal shred guitar and theory. His unsurpassed teaching strategy will have you playing like your guitar heroes in no time at all. Kirk teaches acoustic guitar as well as blues, classical, and classic rock. He brings to the table over 40 years of experience including opening for the late heavy metal icon band Pantera. "Capt" Kirk is also know as being the the founder of the Rock Band/Music Production program at Andrada High School in the Vail School District. He also teaches guitar part time at Veritas Academy of Tucson for 4th and 5th grade.
Piano and Guitar Instructor
Zackary Woolstenhulme is a professional pianist, guitarist and bassist who started playing around the age of 7. He once was a student under Feagins Fretboard. Zackary has played with many bands and has experience with the local music scene. He is currently studying music at the University of Arizona.
Jake Walters is a tenor from Tucson, Arizona, striving to change how we view classical and contemporary music and theatre. In addition to his performances in opera and musical theatre, Mr. Walters also writes, produces, and performs his own music. He has performed in numerous venues across Arizona, both as a solo artist, and with his band, Creating the Scene. His stage presence and musical stylings have been described as charismatic, emotional, and powerful. He recently graduated with a Bachelor of Music in Voice Performance at the University of Arizona Fred Fox School of Music. He has had the privilege of studying under the direction of soprano, Yunah Lee, and former Metropolitan Opera tenor, Dr. Hugo Vera. He also works as music director for Gaslight Youth Theatre and Troubadour Theatre.
Violin and Viola Instructor
Bridget is currently a student at University High School, and has been playing violin for 12 years. She has trained under many accomplished musicians including Jane Hallett, Holly Schurr, David Rife, Michael Geddes, and Dr. Suzette Battan. Bridget was a member of Tucson Junior Strings for 4 years, and is currently a member of the Tucson Philharmonic Youth Orchestra. Bridget is also a member of Rincon University’s Chamber Orchestra, and has been a participant the Southwest String Quartet workshop for 6 years. Because music is her greatest passion, Bridget plans to pursue music in a professional capacity after college.
Drum and Guitar Instructor
Oliver Dewey is a professional drummer, songwriter, and flat-pickin' bluegrass guitar player from Tucson, AZ. He studied drums under renowned Tucson drummer Erik Trulove for nearly a decade and shares his passion for creating students who can play with accuracy and impeccable feel.
Cello and Voice Instructor
Wednesday is a native Arizonan with a degree from Pima Community College. She served as the director for the Senita Valley Elementary orchestra and advanced choir. She was a member of the Tucson Women’s Chorus, not only as a singer, but also the chairperson for the fundraising committee, and cello accompanist. Wednesday is also an active member of the National Association For Music Educators and the Arizona Music Educators Association. She was a charter member of the Cienega Orchestra as the principal cellist and has been playing cello for 9 years. She performed in Disneyland with Cienega, participated in the Regional Orchestra, and was an inaugural member of the Vail Youth Symphony. Wednesday was also an Arizona Ambassador of Music and toured the capitals of Europe performing as an alto in their choir.