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The current generation we term
kids are little different to the generation of kids of which you or I were part. What is different is that they
have a great deal more choice and opportunities open to them than perhaps we did.
Guitar lessons for kids today come
in a variety of formats and qualities. No longer is it a case of the only option being to take lessons with the
music teacher at or after school or maybe buying a “teach yourself guitar” book.
must be said that the very best form ofguitar lessons for
kids will always be a one to one lesson with a professional
guitar teacher, the ongoing cost of lessons can prove to be prohibitive.
The age of the internet has
opened the door to a fantastic variety of learning possibility for everyone.Guitar lessons for kids and for people of all
ages are now available on line at the click of a mouse and the swipe of a credit card.
Because it is so easy to buy a
course ofguitar lessons for kids it becomes just as easy to waste your money doing so.
When a youngster wants to
learn to play any instrument we can but encourage it. The guitar is an
HERE generations have been entertained with and an instrument which many many of us have had a wish,
fulfilled or not, to learn to play.
The joy and excitement in the visit to the guitar specialist to choose
and buy that beautiful guitar can soon turn to despair if the imagined flow of wonderful music doesn’t
materialise before frustration sets in!
So almost before you buy the
guitar you need a plan to engage that early enthusiasm in a course of learning, a course
ofguitar lessons for kids.
Few of the courses available
on line have any structure to them which will cater for the demands of young people who live in a world which
requires instant success. Their learning experience will stop as quickly as it began unless they feel that they are
getting fast results and that there is more to their lessons than watching a video and strumming a few
A multimedia course which
consists of not only a printed course book, instructional dvds and play along or jam along cds will be far more
likely to keep a young person engaged in the learning. Even more so if there is an online student forum for them to
interact with. Kids spend hours every day on sites such as facebook and are well used to communicating with the
world through social media sites. To have a social community site specific to a course of guitar lessons where they
can interact with fellow students will enrich their experience and help keep them on a path to success with
theirguitar lessons for kids.
that has all this and has additional resources and help for you to become involved in the instruction
is The Learn & Master Guitar Home
School Edition. You need know nothing about guitars yourself. The Teachers Resource DVDs literally talk you
through exactly what to ask for and expect from the student at each point. A comprehensive Scope and Sequence,
plus weekly practice logs keep you on top of the entire musical education process. You’ll know exactly what your
child should be learning all the way through the 2 year curriculum.
So you are involved in and
with a set ofguitar lessons for kids. The chances of success for your son or daughter will be multiplied many times by your
involvement. Who knows, you could end up playing a duet together!
"As a guitar teacher, I have a lot of resources for musicians, and this one is probably the best one I
have seen so far. It really does have everything I can imagine needing. The only down-side is that it
could make us three dimensional teachers obsolete!
If you are looking for comprehensive program for learning guitar, this is it. You can learn everything
you need to know from the comfort of your own home. And if you are an instructor looking for resources
as I am, I would bet this will be one of your favorites. Lastly, if you want a great gift for a budding
guitar player in your life, stop here... they will thank you publicly on their first CD! I believe this
product will be around for a long time to come, and I for one am happy to have it in my calloused, hot
|— Carol Manglos, Professional Guitar Instructor
E. Syracuse, New York