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A few facts about playing the guitar from professionals.

If you want to truly help your guitar students, you must be able to both 'teach' and 'train' them. In most cases, they will require more actual training than teaching. This means that you need to put less emphasis on showing them new things to play, and focus more on walking them through the learning process. Make sure to guide them along with encouragement to motivate them as they continue to make progress. Some of your students will feel as if they are ready to move on at times. However, don't let them move on until YOU know they are ready. If you approach your guitar teaching like this with every student, you will save MASSIVE amounts of time and energy compared to the alternative of merely 'teaching' students new things.



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Stop Using Ineffective Guitar Teaching Practices. In my previous guitar instruction publications I've talked about the reason why teaching guitar using ONLY a one-on-one private format is slowing down both your students' development and your ability to earn a good living. (Find out why this is true by watching this guitar teaching video). In addition, personal one-on-one guitar instruction is notably restraining with regards to teaching creativity to your guitar students. Why? Because regardless of how fantastic you are as an instructor, your guitar students' chance to learn will undoubtedly be restricted to "only" you (in one-on-one lessons). The reality is, your students will become familiar with and dominate musical creativity quicker and easier once they learn it while interacting with others. Simply being around someone else and observing them go through the same process not only helps to make the lessons more pleasurable, but it also enables students to gain knowledge from one another and become motivated by each other's growth.



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Using Guitar Scales To Learn The Fretboard. When you practice scales to improve your ability to visualize the guitar neck, your focus should become much less on the physical aspect of your guitar playing and much more on memorizing how the shapes of the scales you are practicing look (visually) in EVERY area of the guitar, regardless of what key you are in. When your mind is actively engaged in this task, you will have no choice but to be 100% focused on what you are doing, rather than going on autopilot with your hands while practicing scales.