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As far as lesson plans I like to build one around each individual student's wants and needs. I like to say that "you are pilot and I am the navigator". Learning material, books and such are chosen after assessing the direction the student wants to go musically. I keep a log of the lessons so I can check on the progress. Many things that might work for me do not work for the student and vice versa. By me keeping an open mind and adapting to this I feel progress is made at a much more rapid pace.
I am well versed in the use of written music, music theory, scales [regular and exotics], chord charts, chord construction, and teaching by tablature. If a person [adult] has no interest in learning how to read music and just wants to learn to entertain themselves on the guitar I can provide for them a method to do so. A person in their 40's who is just starting out on guitar more then likely is not looking for a career in the music field. But I can take you to any level that you desire be it amateur or hard core professional. Advanced students are sometimes just looking for fresh ideas and not wanting to rehash the basics.
My studio has Internet access so we use YouTube and Google as teaching tools. Amplifiers are provided and and if you need to you may borrow a guitar if you are unable to have yours at the lesson.
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