Can A Lot Of Progress Can Be Made Without Even Seeing (Or Hearing) Your Students Play?
I WILL hear and see you play if and when you send me audio or video recordings of your playing. In the Student Support section of my website (you will have access to this great resource once you become an actual student) you will be able to easily and quickly send me audio or video recordings of your playing (or practicing). I will also reply to you with any specific advice, guidance, recommendations and help you after watching and/or listening to your playing. Once you become a student I'll give you a 'welcome package" that explains how to get started as a new student, where everything is, where and how to access your lessons, how and where to access the student support section of the website, how and where to send me your recordings and many more useful tools, resources and guidance to get started. It's all laid out for you in one place so that you can easily and quickly get started.
In addition, beginning with lesson 2 you will fill out a very simple and easy feedback form. In this form you will rate every single part of your previous lesson so that I get a crystal clear understanding of your thoughts about what I have already taught you. Depending upon how you rate each part of your lesson I may modify future lessons to better help you learn faster, deeper and more fluently all the things required to reach your short and long term musical goals.
You can also of course reach out to me via email when you have questions specific to your lessons or need to give me an update about your progress and/or goals. I will always personally reply to you in detail and I will be able to easily tell by the questions you ask (or don't ask) how well you are progressing.
Here are some brief samples of the results I've had with many different type of guitar students...I'll let you be the judge!
|Student Feedback page|
|Student Playing page|
Click on these pictures to watch awesome video performances from my students playing in the final round of my recent guitar/music playing contests: