001 - 5 Tips To Help You Succeed With Online Guitar Lessons
- June 28th 2019
The internet has totally changed the way we learn. Go back a few years and if you wanted to learn something new you had to borrow a dusty book from the library or befriended a wise old person. These days you just hop on over to Google or YouTube and the world is at your fingertips. Technology is amazing and has made it possible for millions of people to learn to play guitar online. With so many courses and lessons to choose from learning to play guitar online is now a viable option and can be a godsend if you don’t have a local guitar teacher or the spare cash for private instruction. Now, as awesome as the internet is at helping people learn to play the guitar there are a few vital things that will help you be more successful that often get overlooked. In this episode of the Beginner Guitar Academy podcast I want to give you 5 tips that will help you be more successful with learning guitar online.
Beginner Guitar Academy
This podcast is for beginner guitarist who want to take the confusion out of learning and the pain out of practice
Meet the Host
Paul Andrews has been playing the guitar for 21 years and teaching guitar for over 16 years. During this time he has taught in numerous state and private schools and now runs his own guitar school in his home town of Ashford, Kent where he teaches around 100 students a week.
He is the author of the Amazon bestseller ‘Learn to Play Electric Guitar‘ and has written articles for Acoustic guitar, Play Guitar and Teach Guitar magazines.
Paul is also the creator and teacher at Beginner Guitar Academy, the online guitar school for beginners where we focus on taking the confusion out of learning and the pain out of practice.