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Why Nothing Can Beat Private Guitar Instruction.

The two main options to learn guitar efficiently (meaning: this excludes self-study) are private one-on-one lessons and classroom instruction. Private, one-on-one lessons are the way to go if you want to learn guitar efficiently and make amazing progress. A private guitar coach tailors lessons to you personally. You don’t have other people around you to
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The Top 10 Things to Look For in a Guitar Teacher

Figuring out what to look for in a guitar teacher can be a daunting task. There is always the uncertainty and doubt of whether or not you will have good chemistry with your teacher. After all: you will be putting yourself in a vulnerable position, making mistakes and doing things you can’t do well –
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10 Guitar Things You Can Practice Without a Guitar.

Although you might not always have a guitar at hand to practice on the spot, there are many things you can still practice when you don’t have a guitar with you. As a matter of fact: really great musicians have gotten to the level they are at, because they are so passionate about music that
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10 Things I Learned About Guitar the Hard Way!

This is one of these silly lists of 10 random things that I learned while being a guitar student. I wanted to share this with you because I figured you might be interested in avoiding some of the pitfalls I fell into. This list might potentially save you a great deal of time and talent,
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