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Learning to Play Guitar: How Long Should My Lessons Be?

Learning to Play Guitar: How Long Should My Lessons Be?

Not sure how long your guitar lessons should be? Take some advice from guitar teacher David G. and you'll be on the road to success... When prospective students are looking for a potential music teacher they are searching for a number of different aspects to their lessons. Most private teachers have a range of options for lesson times that they offer their students, the most common being 30 minutes, 45 minutes, or 60 minutes in length. There are a number of things to consider when choosing ho … Read More

Learning to Play Guitar: How Long Should My Lessons Be?
Not sure how long your guitar lessons should be? Take some advice from guitar teacher David G. and you'll be on the road to success... When prospective students are looking for a potential music teacher they are searching for a number of different aspects to their lessons. Most private teachers have a range of options for lesson times that they offer their students, the most common being 30 minutes, 45 minutes, or 60 minutes in length. There are a number of things to consider when choosing ho
Mastering Guitar Finger Placement
When you're learning how to play the guitar, it's crucial to form good habits. If you can make correct guitar finger placement a regular part of your practice routine, you'll soon find it comes second nature to you. Learning the right fingering technique and sticking with it early on is much easier than trying to correct bad habits later on! Why is Correct Guitar Finger Placement Important? Do you ever notice buzzing, muted notes, or muddy pitches when you're playing guitar? All of these a
How to Get Ready for Your First Piano Recital [Infographic]
A good piano performance takes plenty of patience, practice, and persistence. And your first piano recital can be nerve-wracking, on top of that! Here, music teacher Liz T. shows you exactly how to prepare...   If you're new to playing piano, your first piano recital is a wonderful opportunity to showcase what you've learned in front of family and friends! However, performing can be nerve-wracking for kids and adults alike. Here is a suggested timeline to help you perform at your
How to Sing the National Anthem: 9 Videos You Can Learn From
The Star-Spangled Banner is one of the most recognizable songs out there -- no doubt you've heard it dozens of times! It's also a song that requires a lot of vocal finesse and skill. Here, St. Augustine, FL teacher Heather L. shares nine performance videos, what you can learn from them, and tips for singing the national anthem yourself...   The national anthem. It's big, it's beautiful, and it's bold. Inspired by seeing the American flag flying at "dawn's early light" after witnes
5 Ways to Prepare Your Home for Violin Lessons
Have you always wanted to learn to play a violin? In-home violin lessons are a convenient option for students of all ages. Here, Irvine, CA teacher Tasha S. shares her advice for preparing your playing space for your lessons...   From a teacher's point of view, these are the elements I look for in a student's home to make it suitable for in-home lessons. 1. Private, undisturbed space with decent acoustics. 2. Music stand that is sturdy and height adjustable. 3. Chair without arms

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