Mark Carozza

Mark Carozza - Guitar Student Of Tom Hess
Private Lessons,
Music Careers Mentoring Program
Location: Cary, IL
Occupation: Professional Guitar Teacher
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Mark began taling private guitar lessons from Tom Hess in 1993 and continued until 1998. He then went to earn the Bachelors of Music degree at Berklee College of Music.

Upon graduation, Mark was asked to join the HESS band as its bass player.

Mark is now a professional musician and guitar/bass teacher. He played bass on the HESS Opus 2 CD and his own song appeared on Guitars At An Exhibition: Volume 2 CD.

In addition, Mark is a guest columnist at and he teaches music in the northwest suburbs of Chicago, Illinois.  

Recordings Released

How To Start Teaching Guitar To Students To Earn Good Money:

Most likely, you are already prepared as guitarist to begin teaching.

(Note: There are many guitarists and teachers of different levels studying with Tom Hess through the Elite Guitar Teachers Inner Circle program.)

While doing this, you can expect to make more money, get more students and learn many new strategies for helping students become amazing players. This is the easiest way to make a living teaching guitar and is much less frustrating than the trial-and-error approach a lot of teachers use.

Start getting trained by a guitar teacher trainer now to take your teaching skills and business to a whole new level.

Even if you only teach beginners at first, you'll be amazed at how quickly your business grows!

That said, here’s a tip:

Guitar Teaching Tip For Teaching Beginner Students

Are you unsure how to teach beginning guitar students?
It is often harder to teach beginning students than what you would expect.
Fact is:
Newer guitarists need help understanding everything from the ground up. If you do not know how to teach guitar to them properly, their progress will be very slow and they will likely become frustrated very quickly.
One of the common ways that guitar teachers will try to fix this problem is by purchasing guitar books that they can use.
The problem with these guitar books is that they do not have highly effective methods to help students progress. These books use a linear approach to teaching guitar. In order to help your beginning guitar students make faster progress, it is necessary for them to break away from the step by step linear approach.

Best way to learn how to teach guitar to beginners?
Working with a guitar teacher trainer...

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