All tagged auditioning guitar teachers
How do you spot an excellent guitar teacher, one who cares about you, one who who wants to know how you are doing with learning guitar?
How do you know if a guitar teacher is truly interested in making you happy?
This post goes over five signposts that mark awesome teachers. If you find a teacher that hits all five of these, hold on tight: you've found a rare and most precious gem.
Most beginners, once they find a guitar teacher they like (or can at least tolerate) will stick with that teacher for the duration of the lessons. If you're one of these people, then perhaps it's worth your time to make sure that the teacher you are committing to isn't a turd.
This blog post will go over five signs that your teacher isn't worth the time, energy, or money you're spending on them.
Not everyone does well learning from a teacher. In fact, a teacher can unwittingly crush the enthusiasm of a free-spirit. How do you know if taking lessons is a good idea for you?
This post has the answer.
Teachers and students. The idea is simple: Learn from someone who knows more than you do about a subject. You learn, you become more familiar with the subject, and then you get what you want. This process goes swimmingly when the teacher cares about the student as a human being first, and a student second. This is great, right? Yeah! It is! But what happens when the teacher is bitter and sarcastic? Biting, and aggressive with criticism? Ouch.
Guitar Practice by Daniel Davis, Attribution 2.0 Generic
There are tons of teachers out there. Mean ones, nice ones, compassionate ones, weird ones, and you might even be able to find a teacher who is kind. But, chances are you are not going to find this amazing first teacher without a little bit of work.
Do you want to find a great guitar teacher on your first attempt at face-to-face guitar lessons? This post will show you how.