Why Using The Same Guitar Teaching Approach Over & Over For Every Student Doesn’t Work

by Tom Hess

One of the most common guitar teaching mistakes is using the same cookie-cutter approach to teach every guitar student. For example: teaching every student in the same way using a generic guitar teaching book, pre-determined strategy or any other rigid plan.

This doesn’t work because different guitar students have unique musical goals and personality types. They learn at a different pace, have different levels of confidence and want to achieve different things on guitar. Using the same approach to teach everyone is more likely to make most of your students bored or frustrated.

Watch this video to learn how to tailor your guitar teaching to your students’ unique personality types:

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