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Take Guitar Lessons, Whats Next?

This blog post is for parents who want to help their children apply what they know about guitar and use their skills after the take guitar lessons.   What’s Next Now The My Child Plays The Guitar Here are three things that your child can do after taking guitar lessons for a few years:  

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Who’s in Control the Guitar lesson?

Who’s in control of your Guitar lesson? When teaching a Guitar student it is important to strike a balance between the strict, and the fun aspect of learning to play guitar. There are a couple questions to ask yourself about your lessons to see where you fall on the teaching spectrum as a teacher.  

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Accreditation & Adjudicated Piano Events – Getting Started

How to Get Started with Piano Accreditation Exams and Adjudicated Events   This article is a student’s guide to pursuing standardized exams and festival events for piano accreditation. The goal of this article is to take the intimidation and mystery out of going for these achievements by explaining their benefit and ease of taking the

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7 Highly Effective Habits for Guitar Lesson Practice

Learning to play guitar is rewarding and fun. It’s also a commitment, so developing effective practice habits can turn your commitment into a passion, a strong hobby, or even a career! When you are taking guitar lessons and working on what your teacher assigned, you consider the following recommendations to make the most out of

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3 Reasons You Quit Piano Lessons

3 Shocking Reasons Why You Quit Piano That You Never Realized How many us can raise our hands and say “I wish I had continued learning to play the piano?” So why did you quit? These are three reasons why and it might surprise you to know it may have not been your fault you

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Jam With Your Kids!

Jamming with your toddler: how music trumps reading for childhood development Liam Viney, The University of Queensland Forget the Mozart Effect and Baby Einstein, take it easy on acquisitions for your two-year-old’s private library, and don’t fret if your three-year-old hasn’t started violin lessons just yet. The key to unlocking a child’s potential intelligence and

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