The gear and equipment your students use can play a huge part in what kind of guitar players they become, and in whether or not they really get excited about learning the guitar. Being able to dial in a really good, appropriate guitar sound for the style of music your students want to learn can make them more motivated to practice and help them stay with you for lessons longer.
In this episode I’ll get into the various aspects of what makes a guitar tone sound good, and give you some tips on how to teach your students to find the tone they will love. If their guitar SOUNDS great and FEELS great when they play it, they will be a LOT more likely to pick it up more often and for longer periods of time, and they’ll have more confidence in their guitar playing, too.
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