5 Common Problems most Music Students have that
MY Students DO NOT Have & Why this is the Case
Students of all ages find it difficult to keep to a regular practice schedule. Durring each private lesson I create several customized mp3 tracks to play along with at home. For my students, practicing is as easy as sitting down with the guitar & pressing "play" on iTunes! & they get even better results than traditional students, who practice with no guidence at home.
Students feel overwhelmed in average guitar lessons. A lot of students start out doing well at every lesson & then hit a metaphorical brick wall. This doesn't happen in my lessons because rather than focusing just on the current lesson, I am constantly planning ahead to make sure the student has the skills to move seamlessly to the next lesson.
Students practice a lot yet see little or no results. Many people think practicing is just boring repetition of the same thing over & over again. This approach leads to few, if any, results. Unlike most teachers who just tell students what to practice, I guide students on how to practice.
Students do not have fun. Music is supposed to be fun! My students leave every single lesson smiling, no exceptions.
Students quickly lose interest in guitar. People are often hesitant to invest in something when they're not sure they will want to "stick with it." This can be a self-fulfilling prophecy, because if quality is not there from the very first lesson, even students with very high potential & interest are guaranteed to become bored. Start with a lesson that's exciting, well-structured, easy-to-practice-for, fun-to-take & you will not be able to stop yourself or your child from playing guitar!