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It is important to know at any age!

The fact that you charge very cheap rates for lessons tells potential students that you are either new to teaching guitar or are not very good at it. In fact, most students assume that teachers with higher priced lessons charge more because they can get better results. So by charging a small amount for your lessons, you are really only driving away serious students (who are ready to spend money). The more serious a student is, the less likely they are to even think about taking lessons with you when you are the cheapest guitar teacher in town.



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When you gain new guitar students who were only looking for the 'cheapest' teacher, they will take lessons with you much less seriously. You will quickly find that these types of students do not practice or put out much effort because they do not feel like they are getting much value in return (based on how much they are spending). The more a student has to spend for lessons, the more seriously they will take it. All of these issues will combine together to weigh you down and keep you from ever making good money teaching guitar.



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Now, before I reveal the most effective ways for teaching your students to practice guitar, it is essential that you assess your own guitar teaching ability. The THREE Major Reasons Why So Many Guitar Students Don't Know How To Practice. Reason 1: Some guitar instructors do put 'some' effort to show their students how to practice guitar, but this effort comes in the form of a very short instruction (that the student quickly forgets). Take the following for example: While showing students how to play clean and articulated arpeggios, it is common for the student to struggle to separate one note from the other without ringing together. In many cases, the guitar teacher will advise the student to make sure not to allow the different notes to ring at the same time when they practice on their own in between lessons. They may even demonstrate how this is done a few times before the lesson is over. Unfortunately, this does not truly help the guitar student in a way that 'sticks' and the student ends up committing the same mistakes over again during the following entire week of practicing. When the next lesson comes, the problem is still there - but why? Why is it that many guitar students continue making the same mistakes while practicing even after being told/shown otherwise? Here are the reasons: a) The student has already forgotten the main cause of the problem and continued to unknowingly play while making the same mistake over and over. b) Occasionally, your guitar student will remember what causes the mistake but will forget how to correct it. c) Some students will 'think' that they understood what you were explaining, but really did not understand. This results in them spending the whole week practicing incorrectly.