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Having Limited Guitar Teaching Models. The vast majority of guitar teachers only engage in one form of teaching: one-on-one guitar lessons. While this approach certainly has its place, it is not the only guitar teaching method that could be or should be used to maximize the benefit to both your guitar students and yourself. Contrary to conventional wisdom, students do not "always" learn most effectively in a one-on-one guitar lesson format. Unfortunately, very few guitar teachers ever venture outside of this traditional method. Many teachers simply aren't aware of the benefits that other guitar teaching formats have, or they follow what other guitar teachers do. There are many cases where a group class could be a more appropriate model, or at least be a useful addition to private guitar lessons. The wide range of group teaching formats (when designed and taught in the right way)allows your students to interact and learn from one another. This is obviously not possible in private lessons. Also, group guitar classes are usually more focused on one specific topic, allowing students to master it in less time. Finally, including group formats into your guitar teaching can make your guitar teaching business much more lucrative, less time-demanding and add more value to your students (plus it becomes more affordable for them!)



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How many exercises do you practice on guitar? If you are like many guitar players, the answer is "too many". In today's internet era it is far too easy to get hundreds of guitar exercises on any topic imaginable at the push of a button. However, in the never-ending quest to find more guitar playing materials, most guitarists find that their musical skills don't go anywhere, no matter what they try to do to overcome this problem.



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Many guitar teachers merely 'react' whenever a student poses a question or expresses interest in learning something new. This means that the guitar teacher does not have any plan for what is to be taught until the day of the lesson (when the student arrives). The mistake here is that the teacher is focusing too much on solving the student's problem in the present, and in the process the student's longer term goals and desires become ignored.