A huge range of printed resources that ensure that you are ready for anything during guitar lessons
Use Backing Tracks and Chord Charts to ensure that your students learn to play In Time To Music
Blank Guitar Neck Tab and Chord Grids that will allow you to prepare your own lessons
A look at writing "Rock" chord progressions and the "Four Chord Trick" that is central to so much popular music
Functioning as an ideal companion to the Backing Tracks and Handouts Package for those teachers who like to give their students music to practice along to the teachwombat Big Grids started out as giant (letter sized)) representations of each of the guitar chords to be found in the caged system (the chords that novice guitar players traditionally learn first) but over time they have been added to and expanded to include a good deal of more advanced material and when stuck on a wall or notice board they provide an ideal way for intermediat/advanced players to add to their knowledge and capabilities.
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.
It quickly became the case 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 educational benefits are obvious......
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?
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?
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