GUITAR CHORD GRIDS
Originally developed for use in situations where a guitar teacher would be working with a group of students (they're ideal for teaching children guitar or for first guitar lessons for beginners) rather than a single pupil.
The thinking behind the big grids was that individual sheets containing a single guitar chord would be laminated or printed on stiff card This would allow the teacher to combine and display them to the entire group as required. This is still the case of course and the "BIG GRIDS" are an invaluable aid for those who earn a living teaching guitar in group situations.
Strange things began to happen with the BIG GRIDS!
The reality was that guitar students from the groups under instruction started to request copies of the big chords to stick on their own walls at home. It then transpired that thoses students who normally took individual lessons seemed to be just as keen to have access to what one of them enthusiastically named “The BIG Wall Of Knowledge”
The majority of people who set out to learn to play the guitar do their practicing in a bedroom or perhaps a study where they are able to festoon the walls with all manner of things?
If the reference material that they require is sitting right there in front of them then they don’t even have to bother to get up from the chair (or the bed!) in order to look up the chords that they need to learn.
The fact that (especially when printed on high quality or textured paper) it might also be the coolest looking wallpaper on the planet helps too!
You can give your guitar students the grids in any way you want. A popular method seems to be the "Guitar Chord of the week" method by which they get to stick them on your wall one at a time gradually building up their own "wall of knowledge".
Many guitar teachers choose to line the walls of their teaching studios with the "BIG GRIDS". They also look great printed out on high quality or coloured paper like in the picture below) as an aid to teaching. It looks fantastic and pointing at a giant guitar chord shape on the wall can be preferable to squinting at a diagram three feet away on a music stand?
Why Not Do Your Friends (OK and us!) A FAVOUR?
Why not do your friends (ok and us!) a favour? Let them know about teachwombat and the (more than twenty sheets of) free stuff that guitar teachers can get here?
Just click on the button below to bring up all of the usual facebook-twitter-myspace-digg-technorati-stumbledupon type buttons from all of the main social networking sites and you can share the free stuff with your friends and contacts?
If you don't want to do that but you can think of a single individual that you know who might like some of our free stuff if you can spare the time we'd appreciate it if you would
email the text below to your friends who play (or teach?) the guitar?
We don't want anyones email address to "share with carefully selected partners" or anything like that. All we'd ask (and you don't even have to do that -after all you can pick up the grids without helping us to spread the word about teachwombat) is that if you can spare the time you use your mouse( left click then control-C) to pick up and copy the text below and send it on in an email to friends who play or teach guitar That way you and your friends will get free stuff and we will get visitors to our site (some of whom we hope will be interested in the guitar teacher's resources?).
Anway text as follows...............................
Here's some Totally free guitar stuff I just found on the net
Download over 20 GIANT CHORD GRIDS for your wall FREE.
Giant chords are great Teaching/Learning aids
Study from the comfort of your own bed and have the coolest looking wallpaper on the planet !
Step 1. Go to http://teachwombat.com
Step 2.Go to "BIG GRIDS" Page
Step 3. Click "Download BIG GRIDS now "
You will be taken straight to a link that you can use to download more than 20 Giant Chord Grids
There is no catch! You don't have to enter your email address or anything like that its just free stuff all the way!
Anyway.................thanks for reading this far.
.Get all of the Big Grids (over 100 sheets) free anyway when you buy the Guitar Teacher's toolkit for only $12.00
Special "$25.00 Bundle" featured above containing all of our products
The Guitar Teacher's Toolkit (individually priced at $15.00)
The Bass Teacher's Toolkit (normally $10.00 on it's own)
The 100 + Big Grids (free with the Guitar Teacher's Toolkit)
The Backing Tracks and Handouts Package ($16.00 if purchased by itself)
This material really is all that you need to start a new guitar teaching business or improve an existing one.
You could Save $16.00 on the cost of purchasing the toolkits and packages as individual downloads and get all of the materials that you need for your business for less than you will probably be paid for a single guitar or bass lesson?
After that its a lifetime of profit!
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