All tagged 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.
Let's face it: We're guitarists, not web designers! We have a lot to learn. This presentation helps you with the three main ingredients of making an awesome website for teaching guitar lessons.
Are you a guitar teacher who hates the idea of posting your content online for fear of guitar haters? This presentation is for you.
As guitar teachers, we don't usually have role models for teaching. As a result, most teachers are hungry for good advice on how to make their guitar education business run better, how to be better guitar teachers, and how to justify charging more per lesson.
The books in this presentation will help you with a myriad of problems that guitar teachers face. Use them wisely and learn the lessons in them to make your guitar teaching business more valuable!
Many beginners to guitar want a teacher who is structured and ready to provide opinions about the best way to learn guitar. Teachers provide this advice in the form of a curriculum.
How do you know if a teacher's curriculum will work for you? Answering this question can save you many frustrated hours of practice, and the drudgery of going to a teacher that you don't get along with.
Friends aren't paid to teach you guitar. Teachers are. It is this simple fact that allows me to say with the utmost confidence that asking a friend to teach you how to play guitar will not work out the way you'd like it to.
There are many reasons why friends don't make decent guitar teachers. This post goes over all of them.