Matthew Charles Heulitt recently relocated to Pittsburgh PA after living and working in the bay area for 25 years. He's currently working with bass player Tony Grey and drummer David Throckmorton playing jazz fusion. His musical range and skills lead him to playing funk with Zigaboo, African folk music with Vusi, fusion/pop/rock with Narada, Zappa-esque art rock with MoeTar, and a wide range of instrumental jazz and lush ambient home productions that defy categorization but always deliver a rich feeling. MCH has a Bachelors of Music and attended DePaul University, Wayne State University, and The University of Miami. Matthew is an experienced and thoughtful teacher of guitar, practice, and patience.
Don Grosh Retro Classic, Jeff Beck Strat (highly modified), 1972 Gibson ES-335, 2013 Gibson SG, G&L ASAT Telecaster, Danelectro Baritone, Larivee PV-03R, Gibson Epiphone NV-6RS
1977 Fender Deluxe, 1964 Fender Bassman, Vox AC-15, SMF 15-Watter, Quilter Tone Block, Lab Series L5
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"Matthew Charles Heulitt is clearly a musician with an open mind and one who refuses to be restricted by the limits of simplistic categorization. Possessing a deep knowledge and respect for the music of the past, Heulitt's focus is, nevertheless, very much forward-looking." Ian Patterson allaboutjazz.com "Heulitt represents a scarce breed of guitarist these days" - Matt Blackett Guitar Player Magazine
Willing to teach
Beginner to advanced
With over 30 years of experience teaching private guitar students, I can meet anyone where they are, and get them where they want to go.
Fretboard knowledge, creating a practice regiment, composition, theory, analysis, transcription, performance concepts, production and recording.
Virtual or in-person. Almost 40 5 star reviews on Google.
I have taught clinics at UC Berkeley, and the Jazz School in Berkeley CA.