Why Can't I Buy A Guitar Lesson Whenever I Want And Not Be On A Set Schedule To Receive Lessons?
You become a better guitar player a lot faster when you take lessons on a consistent schedule. This means you save a lot of time and a lot of money, because you need fewer lessons to reach your goals.
When you receive guitar lessons whenever you want (without a consistent schedule), you learn a lot slower. This means it takes you many more lessons to reach your musical goals.
It’s also harder (for both you and me) to track your musical progress and know how well you are improving. This makes learning harder, more expensive and more frustrating for you.
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“My lessons with Tom have been brilliant, my playing has gone up a lot, the amount of things I have to work on, especially things that you wouldn't get with a typical teacher, have helped immensely, things like ear training, improvisation, just a lot of things you wouldn't learn from a standard teacher, that has made a huge difference.”
It's been very fulfilling, I'm sort of beginning to be able to express myself creatively with the guitar.
The key is the quality of the lessons that Tom gives with his experience and background versus what I've had with other teachers, it's a lot more organized, it's a lot more structured. The stuff I've done with Tom just moves you forward a lot faster.
Jeremy Boyes, London, UK