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It is important to know at any age!

Case in point: among the most basic (and most efficient) things you can do while teaching creative lead guitar soloing, is make your students practice producing numerous modifications of a small guitar riff. Once you've taught your students a good amount of subtleties of guitar phrasing (for example vibrato, bends, legato, string rakes, double stops, etc.) have them make as many variations as they possibly can from a three or five note guitar lick. As easy as this may seem, it's unbelievably enjoyable and gets students to think beyond "which" notes to play and concentrating on "HOW to use these notes as creatively as possible".



and here is another

You consider one on one guitar lessons to be the #1 method for teaching guitar. It is true that one on one guitar lessons can be great in some cases; however it is not true that teaching guitar in this manner is the only way to get great results for your students. Additionally, this approach is very limiting to your potential to make a lot more money teaching guitar. In order to earn A LOT of money in your guitar teaching business, you need to combine one on one lessons with group classes and other unique teaching formats. This will not only make you more money, but will also help your guitar students to reach their goals much faster than if they were taking one on one lessons only.



and finally

Most guitar teachers have only 1 or 2 ways of acquiring new students. Perhaps the most common method is advertising locally (posting flyers or placing ads in newspapers). So to recruit more new guitar students, most teachers either increase the number of ads they release, or change the ads to make them more effective. Let's assume that last year you were able to recruit 20 new guitar students. To increase this number, you publish more ads than before. As a result, this year you recruit 25 new students. Certainly this is good progress (a growth of 5 students or 25% per year), but you have only achieved linear growth. What if, in addition to advertisements you also focused on keeping your existing students longer, establishing joint ventures with music stores, and focused on converting a higher percentage of prospects into students? Most music teachers are completely unaware of how these elements can contribute to their guitar teaching business, and miss huge opportunities for MASSIVE growth!