How To Find The Best Guitar Teaching Methods And Materials


The resources below will tell you everything you need to know about finding/designing highly effective guitar teaching methods for your students:
 

How To Teach Guitar To Beginners
Teaching Guitar To BeginnersMost guitar students who come to you for lessons will be beginners...so you'd better know how to teach them effectively if you want to stay in business for long. These resources will show you the best ways of teaching guitar to beginners. Learn more.
How To Get A LOT Of New Guitar Students
How To Get More Guitar StudentsThe #1 problem for most guitar teachers is attracting new students and keeping their schedule full all year. Study these resources to learn how EASY it actually is to attract guitar students like crazy. Learn more.
How To Make A LOT Of Money Teaching Guitar
Make More Money Teaching GuitarMost guitar teachers are lucky to earn $35,000-40,000 per year...the most successful ones earn multiple 6-figures per year. Study the resources on this page to learn how you can easily earn 6-figures teaching guitar (working part-time!) Learn more.
What You Need To Know About Starting To Teach Guitar
Tom Hess Training A Guitar TeacherSave yourself years of frustration by avoiding the most common mistakes that guitar teachers make. Study the resources on this page to learn the right way to teach guitar, so you can become the #1 guitar teacher in your area. Learn more.
Teach Sweep Picking To Your Guitar StudentsHow To Teach Sweep Picking To Your Students American Flag - Tom Hess Article American Version
Teaching sweep picking to your students requires understanding how to adjust various specific movements in their playing. While doing this, it is important to not let them interrupt you so you can better help them understand what to do. Watch this video to learn how to teach sweep picking to guitar students.
 
How To Teach Sweep Picking To Guitar StudentsHow To Teach Advanced Guitar Techniques American Flag - Tom Hess Article American Version
Teaching advanced guitar techniques to students is a very rewarding process. To do this effectively, you need to understand the correct teaching methods AND get your students to practice correctly when they get home. Watch this video to learn how to teach guitar students advanced techniques.
 

Common Guitar Teaching Mistakes15 Major Guitar Teaching Mistakes You Must Avoid American Flag - Tom Hess Article American Version
The easiest way to become a better guitar teacher is to learn from the mistakes of other guitar teachers and not repeat them. This helps your students become better guitarists, makes you stand out among other guitar teachers and helps you to earn a lot more money. Avoid these 15 guitar teaching mistakes.

Best guitar teaching meterialsBest Guitar Teaching Methods To Use With Your Students American Flag - Tom Hess Article American Version 
Using cookie-cutter methods for teaching guitar won’t help your guitar students become great players. Learn what to do instead to help your students progress faster and create your own highly effective guitar teaching methods.

Motivate Your Guitar Students To PracticeHow To Get Your Guitar Students To Practice Consistently American Flag - Tom Hess Article American Version
The single most important habit you can instill in your guitar students is the ability to practice guitar correctly and consistently on their own at home. Read this article to learn 5 key ways to motivate your guitar students to practice.

Tom Hess teaches a guitar student creativityHow To Teach Creativity To Your Guitar Students American Flag - Tom Hess Article American Version
Want to transform all of your guitar students into awesome players a lot faster? Then you need to stop giving them “tons of stuff to practice” every single time they have a lesson. Instead, you must start training them so that they can creatively apply their skills and stop using inferior guitar teaching models. Find out how to do all of this and a lot more by checking out the points in this article about teaching guitar more effectively.

Tom Hess Teaching A Guitar Student How To Solve Problems Your Guitar Students Have In Their Playing USA Flag
Your guitar students don’t come to you for ‘guitar lessons’, they come to you with ‘problems in their guitar playing’ that they want solutions to. The mark of a great guitar teacher is the ability to diagnose and fix any problem your students have. Read this article to learn exactly how to do this so you become the most sought-after guitar teacher in your area.  

Become An Excellent Guitar TeacherHow To Be An Excellent Guitar Teacher USA Flag
Get free 7-day coaching on how to turn your students into great guitarists faster, attract more highly motivated students into your business and grow your reputation around your city. These are things that other guitar teachers in your area do not know (and likely will never know). Get this mini course to learn how to be an excellent guitar teacher.  

Test Your Guitar Teaching Skills Test Your Guitar Teaching Skills USA Flag
Before you can improve your skills as a guitar teacher, first find out exactly how good you are in this moment at teaching your students. Take this guitar teaching assessment to evaluate your strengths and weaknesses as a teacher. After you fill out the questionnaire above, I will send you (for free) my written feedback about your answers and help you become a more effective guitar teacher.  

Tom Hess Teaching A Guitar Lesson 5 Ways To Be A Much More Effective Guitar Teacher USA Flag
Learn 5 proven ways you can help your students get much better results from studying with you. You can easily implement these approaches into your guitar lessons right away to become a much better guitar teacher.  

 

Tom Hess Giving A Guitar Lesson How Effective Are You At Teaching Your Guitar Students To Practice? USA Flag
Your guitar students will not make a lot of progress in lessons with you unless you are highly skilled at teaching (and training) them ‘how to practice’ guitar correctly. Most guitar teachers take it for granted that their students will practice effectively on their own…and that is why their students do NOT make any real progress! Take the above test to find out how good you are at teaching your guitar students to practice.  

How To Teach Guitar The Right Way eCourse The 21 Things You Better Know About How To Teach Guitar Before You Ever Teach Guitar Again
The ultimate "How to teach guitar" guide for guitar teachers. Discover the proven methods on how to teach guitar that destroy the conventional approach to helping guitar students become great guitar players. You'll also learn what to do if you don’t know what to teach someone, how to teach students at varying skill levels, and how to approach very difficult-to-teach topics such as scales and modes, improvising and reading music. I will also tell you about all the mistakes that guitar teachers constantly make when teaching, and why their students make slow progress as a result... Most importantly, you will learn how to avoid these mistakes in ‘your’ teaching, help your students progress faster, get them to remain your students for years and grow your reputation as the dominating guitar teacher in your area. Learn how to teach guitar the right way.

Tom Hess Coaching A Guitar Teacher How To Become The #1 Guitar Teacher In Your Area
In addition to learning how to effectively teach guitar, you must get real training on how to build and sustain every aspect of a massively successful guitar teaching business. Learn how to make 6 figures per year teaching guitar, work (a lot) less than 40 hours per week, help your students become great guitar players and live the life you’ve always dreamed about. Sounds unrealistic? Many of my Elite Guitar Teachers Inner Circle members are doing it, and they got that result by using my proven and extremely effective strategies and methods. Becoming the most successful guitar teacher in your area is DEFINITELY within your reach, and if you are committed to getting this result - I will commit myself to getting you there. Read this page about guitar teacher training.

 

© 2002-2017 Tom Hess Music Corporation