|Elite Guitar Teachers Inner Circle|
|Location:||Ottawa Ontario Canada|
|Occupation:||Full time musician/instructor|
From the Ottawa region of Ontario, Canada. Guitarist, composer and instructor Bryan Briggs is a very versatile musician ranging in styles from metal to country to jazz.
He is currently a member of Tom Hess' Elite Guitar Teacher's Inner Circle program. Bryan is also working on releasing his first full length album as he attempts to keep pace with his quickly growing teaching business.
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