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How To Be A Guitar Teacher

How To Be A Guitar Teacher


 There’s a lot of information on the web about how to play the guitar, but there’s not much good info out there about how to be a guitar teacher. This article will explain some of the basics about how to take your love of playing guitar and help you make some money from it through […]

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Blue Guitar

Using Written Practice Schedules With Your Students


 Just like writing down your goals helps them to come to pass, writing out a practice schedule helps you plan and do the things that will make you the guitar player you want to be. Like I’ve mentioned before, your students need to know exactly WHEN they’re going to practice, for how LONG, and exactly […]

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Classical Guitar

Helping Your Students Set Musical Goals


 The whole process of improving on the guitar is driven by setting and reaching musical goals. Setting goals really is the key to success, not just with the guitar, but in every area of life. It’s almost impossible to master something as complicated and vast as the guitar without setting some clear goals that you […]

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Practicing Guitar

Practicing Stinks! – Part 1


 What do you think is the single most important thing you can do that will help you become a better guitar player? Laying out the money to buy a quality instrument? Listening to inspiring guitar music? Finding a great teacher? Nope. The biggest factor in your quest to become the best guitar player you can […]

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Teach Guitar

It’s All About Results


 This is the ultimate test of whether or not you’re doing your job as a teacher: are your students GETTING RESULTS? This is true for teachers of EVERY subject…not just for guitar. Always remember this: your students aren’t paying your for your TIME. They aren’t paying you for INFORMATION about the guitar, either…they can get […]

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