Firstly let me say that I love to play and teach guitar, it’s something I’ve done my entire adult life. I get great joy from teaching and watching my students progress.
It’s important that I have a connection with you. If the personal connection is not there it makes the learning process difficult if not impossible. The lessons are informative and fun, something to look forward too…they should never be a chore.
This is why my lessons are private, one on one. Group guitar lessons just don’t cut it. They don’t foster the personal connection nor give you the individual attention needed when learning an instrument like the guitar.
My studio is a boutique operation, there is no turnover of teachers that you find in larger “sausage machine” music schools…I am it, your relationship is with me. You get me with all my years of knowledge and experience.
One thing my years of experience as a teacher have taught me is the need to have a plan in place. Even though you are an individual with your own specific needs, a basic framework for the lessons is important. It’s the method for ensuring and measuring progress in a logical well thought out way.
The lesson plans are constantly reviewed and tweaked to ensure you have the most current information and are getting industry best practice sessions. These plans are then adapted to your own specific needs.
Understand that guiding you along the path to success as a guitar player truly only comes with time teaching and playing guitar. There are no shortcuts…