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8 Great Tools Every Piano Teacher Needs On Hand

8 Great Tools Every Piano Teacher Needs On Hand

Thinking of using your skills to teach piano to others? There are so many online tools to help you along the way! Here are some of the best piano teacher resources, as recommended by New Paltz, NY teacher Cheryl E...   Whether you’re in your first year teaching piano students or your 50th year, here are seven great tools and resources that every piano teacher needs to keep new students rolling in and sticking around for the long haul! 1. This worksheet bundle. Have your student … Read More

8 Great Tools Every Piano Teacher Needs On Hand
Thinking of using your skills to teach piano to others? There are so many online tools to help you along the way! Here are some of the best piano teacher resources, as recommended by New Paltz, NY teacher Cheryl E...   Whether you’re in your first year teaching piano students or your 50th year, here are seven great tools and resources that every piano teacher needs to keep new students rolling in and sticking around for the long haul! 1. This worksheet bundle. Have your student
Is Buying a Used Violin a Good or Bad Idea?
Deciding whether to buy a new or used violin can be difficult. You want a quality instrument that's going to last, but you don't want to spend a fortune. So what do you do? Below, violin teacher Julie P. gives her two cents on what to consider when purchasing a used violin... If you’re in the market for a violin, you may be wondering whether buying a used one is a good or bad idea. This is not an easy question to answer, as there are a lot of things to consider. On the one hand, you ca
What Are Your Guitar Leads Missing? | Lead Guitar Tips
Ready to impress your friends and family with your lead guitar skills? Check out these guitar tips from Dallas, TX teacher Mike E...   A student new to lead guitar recently asked me, "What do my leads need?" I told him they need four technique tricks. 1) Skiing, 2) Crying, 3) Dog Whistles, and 4) Double Dribbles. I didn't use technical terms. One of my best guitar tips is that playing music should be an expression of emotions and feelings. It is not just which notes are play
Beginning Guitar Tips: How to Master the F Chord
You've already seen the best tips and tricks for learning guitar chords, but what about the playing the infamous F chord on guitar? Guitar teacher Kirk R. shows you how to approach the F chord and gives you some advice for making it easier... Three Misconceptions About the F Chord The six-string F chord is, in my opinion, the hardest standard chord shape to play on the guitar. Even similar shapes are often easier, such as the Bb minor, which is the same hand position, but one string higher
How to Play Jazz Guitar Scales | 10 Scales Every Guitarist Should Know
You don't have to be a big jazz fan to boost your guitar skills with some jazz techniques. In this guest post, Matt Warnock from mattwarnockguitar.com teaches you 10 must-know jazz guitar scales.  Even if you’ve never played jazz guitar before, you’ve probably come across numerous articles and lessons exploring jazz guitar scales. There seems like an endless mountain of scales to learn when exploring jazz on the fretboard, and they all come with strange names and sound even stranger.

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