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Interesting facts about playing the guitar

Note: merely being a good guitarist or going to university to study music is NOT the same as actually learning 'how to TEACH guitar to others', so being a good player is no substitute for continual guitar teacher success training.



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To become a successful guitar teacher, you must understand the best approach for helping your students make progress on guitar, while also making sure to keep them motivated based upon their specific needs and interests. Remember, people are not computers that you can simply insert information into. They are 'human', and often act more based on how they are feeling emotionally in the moment, rather than from a strict assessment of the information you are teaching. Sometimes your students will become bored, distracted, or unmotivated. It is important to spot this as it is occurring so that you can know the best way to continue on with the guitar lesson.



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The great majority of guitar teachers out there use up nearly every moment of each guitar lesson teaching their students new information such as new scales, licks, techniques and so forth. The reason why this happens so much is because most guitar teachers feel obligated to teach new material so that their students don't feel like they are being "ripped off". Because guitar teachers are so afraid of this, they overwhelm students with tons of new ideas but only spend a fraction of the time actually showing them how to practice what they learn on guitar.