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Is a Guitar Teacher Worth Your Money?

Is a Guitar Teacher worth your money? What is a good guitar teacher and do you need one? Those are some of the things I hope this video can open a discussion on.

I am also going to talk about what I think a good guitar teacher is and what the role of an instrumental teacher is. By now anybody can find songs, scales and chords with Google or YouTube, but is that really what you are paying for? Or is it really something else?

The discussions I see on this are really lacking a lot of information so I thought this video could be a good starting point.

Content

0:00 Intro – A lessons worth the money?

0:23 The Role of a Guitar Teacher Now

1:22 What You Don’t Need from a Guitar Teacher

1:44 Sources of Information

2:19 Is Information All You Need?

2:37 The Role Of The Teacher/1st Lesson

3:01 #1 What To Work On and The Order to work on it

3:45 A Good Teacher is…

4:35 Learning Process for Improvising with a Pentatonic Scale

5:21 Self-Taught with Methods

5:56 #2 Listen and Evaluate – Modal Example

6:30 Feedback with a Wider Perspective

6:46 How Useless Internet Feedback really is

7:44 What you Pay for

8:28 Feedback from somebody with more experience.

8:45 Examples of Jazz-Skills that are hard to pin-point for beginners

9:30 Other Styles of Music?

9:42 Trying to combine the info as a Teacher and a Student

9:59 Like the Video? Check out my Patreon Page!

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