Learning guitar is not easy, but these online guitar teachers can help.
In this episode I talk about some of the best online guitar teachers and how to make the most out of them.
I will discuss pros and cons of each one, sweet spots and what areas they cover.
There will also be a discussion about the advantages of online teachers versus local teachers, and how to avoid getting lost with so many options.
We will also talk about some news from the music and the technology world, and inform you on how you can support the podcast and how you can get in touch.
PlayerListen to “Episode 4: How to make online guitar teachers work… for you!” on Spreaker.
This episode has the following structure:
- Contact info
- How you can support
- Updates and news
- Justin Guitar
- Marty Music
- Desi Serna
- Robert Baker
- Rick Beato
The objective is to give you an idea of what these online guitar teachers can do for you, what are their strengths, and how to make the best out of their sweet spots and amazing wealth of guitar knowledge.
I’ve personally used them during my journey learning the guitar. There are pros and cons of using online resources rather than going to your local teacher. But I believe I can help you sort out what the advantages are and make them work for you so you can have a pleasant journey with your instrument.
The article about a teenager who used music as a therapy following a brain injury.
Our podcast episode about learning guitar in your 40s.
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