In any case, do not expect guitar teaching in the United States to be as popular as you might consider. The guitar profession has been in its infancy for decades. There are still few “traditional” schools, and many of the schools of music still adhere to the old methods of using a teacher and classroom to teach guitar guitar. A more recent trend in the area of guitar teaching in America (and the world) involves electronic guitar teaching, which has created an exciting growth market.
Most of the guitar teachers we have heard about have the idea of teaching guitar as a hobby or hobby, and will not consider teaching guitar as a profession as the price of tuition is too great. This does come back to the age-old problem of how to find new people with what you have to offer. While the students in the music conservatory of the Smithsonian Institution in general practice what they do, we will discuss some new options. Music conservatories that we know of such as Bard College and Bard College of Music have been very accommodating and have offered some very good lessons that use some basic music theory in the teaching. The reason we do not have a full service music conservatory, and the idea we are suggesting, is that it is too expensive to get into. We have to be flexible in our approach, so that we have options that work for the students.
As many people in the world are interested in guitar and music, we do recognize that the general public will never have access to high quality music instruction. The idea of teaching guitar may be seen as some sort of a high art or cultural status for people with a great deal of respect for it, and for those that would actually have the chance to see it perform live for real, and in some very specific venues, it could have a big impact on the general public.
We do encourage everyone to have the opportunity to teach in an orchestra or in their school, so that the musical education of the musician may become more extensive and enrich their experiences, and that they have the opportunity to engage students in their creative musical expression. We encourage everyone to learn guitar from the beginning to the end to reach a level of skill and development that will be a joy to share with others.
If you decide to offer teaching, we ask that you do not start by using someone who has never previously taught guitar. For example, if you plan to work with a musician who has already mastered all of the guitar playing techniques that they will need for teaching, then don’t force a