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Curious facts. How to learn to play correctly

Start with your index finger, then to your middle finger, then to your ring finger, then to your pinky, and reverse the direction. Go slowly, making sure that you have a nice clean tone for each string. Then move to the next string, and repeat. Move to the next string and repeat until you've gotten to the smallest string. Then starting with your pinky, moved to your ring finger, and so forth so that you practice moving your fingers up and down, and down and up. Work your way back down to the big string. Move your hand up a fret and repeat the process until you get all the way up to the 12th fret, that's where there usually is a double dot as a fret market. Now reverse the direction and go back down until you go to the get to the first fret. That's enough for the first round of exercises.



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With this in mind, you don't want to become an expert for a style of music that no guitar student wants to learn. Nevertheless, you will see much more success by marketing yourself as the local 'blues' guitar expert (or 'rock', 'metal', 'jazz', etc.) instead of allowing yourself to blend in with your competitors as a teacher to 'all styles'.



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If you are charging a higher price for guitar lessons, your guitar students will naturally feel a need to get the most out of their investment. Your students will feel more motivated to practice, listen during lessons, and become great guitar players. If you charge less for guitar lessons, you are taking away a huge natural advantage from your students that can help them get all they can while working together with you.