I've mostly been tutoring begginers so my strategy is to teach a combination of practical and theorical stuff so you don't get frustrated. I use popular songs to teach the theory behind them so it's easier to understand it. The most important thing is to enjoy the classes and have fun so you don't feel like if it was an obligation. I usually use a combination of different books depending on each person so the experience is personalised.
I'm a 22yo spanish boy, I've been playing the guitar since I was 8 years old. I studied classical fingerpicking, modern rhythmic music (including spanish rumba) and lead guitar. I play both electric and acoustic guitar. I've studied Blues, Blues Jazz fusion, Soul, funk, folk, reggae, rock&roll, pop, etc. I've also studied music theory applied to the guitar. I can teach both online or presencial in my house. I've worked as a guitar teacher for 3 years, teaching kids, teenagers and adults as well.
-Three years of classical guitar
-Two years of music theory
-Two years of rhythmic guitar
-Four years of Modern Music Guitar.
-Three years of guitar teaching while studying
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