I will not simply teach a certain genre of guitar. I have mange to adapt to many different genres therefor I will seek what ever genre the student wants to learn and aid him/her on his/her path. First by teaching the student the basic of guitars, eventually leading to more complex details of the music theory. I will always do the best I can to help the student on his/her struggles, and help the student develope their own style of playing.
I first started playing guitar as a kid, but picked it up as a more serious instrument during middle school year. Since then I have been playing, learning something new everyday. So far it has been 6 years of playing acoustic/electric guitar.
During guitar class in highschool I would often help out all the kids who didn't understand much. Sometimes even staying after school if need be.
I feel like I am qualified because I love playing guitar and have been told that I'm great at helping others learn. I manage to get a perfect score for my guitar class, and all the new notes just come natural to me. I enjoy communicating with others and helping others improve there guitar skills.
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1.Ask students a few questions of music to understand their background.
2.Understand their past experience.
3.Teach Guitar Basics.
4.Follow their flow of music.
I took a guitar class in highschool and got a perfect score.
I also trained under a college student for awhile until that student was no longer able to teach me anything else.
The price is $10 for the first month, then $15 for every following month.
A few friends have asked me to teach them and stated how I was very helpful and should consider teaching others.
Do not let the teacher choose your style/genre of playing.
Example, if you wanna learn jazz guitar stick to it, if you want to learn punk, stick to it ect.
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