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
When I started teachwombat way back when dinosaurs roamed the earth the idea of running a guitar teaching business from a phone was I admit, not where I thought that the whole thing was heading but the reality is that more and more guitar teachers are using smartphones as the core of their teaching practice. Most of the phones around today are capable of playing and storing mp3's as well as printing documents via bluetooth etc and many of my customers download the resources to their handsets and off they go.
There are four (PDF) handouts that accompany the (MP3) backing track. The material can be used with beginner,intermediate and even advanced students.
The first sheet features the standard open chords and is suited to be used with students near the beginning of their guitar playing career although it is not recommended that it be used as a first lesson as the chord changes come around too quickly for most total novice players
There is also a version of this sheet with fun cartoon graphics for anyone teaching guitar to children
The track can also be brought into play when guitar players are ready to move on from the beginner stage and develop the ability to play bar chords. There is a handout covering bar chords and the chord sequence
There is a sheet aimed at more advanced players who are interested in developing the ability to improvise which features the pentatonic minor scale of A with a fretboard diagram (and information relating to the "right" notes to bend)
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I have to admit that I dont know if your phone is new enough or if you have access to apps like dropbox or better still Goodreader (the one that I use with my ipad and iphone) that will allow you so store and play mp3's as well as use bluetooth and airprint to print handouts as you and will also (if you like) link up with your email account so that you can send backing tracks and handouts to your students with a single click.
As I say I don't know what kind of phone you have (and it would be very creepy if I did if you think about it?) but what I can guarantee is that if you buy our resources and find that you are unable to download them to your phone or have difficulty using them then (or even if you just want to have a backup copy of the materials that you paid for?) all that you have to do is drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll send you a bunch of links that will allow you to download the resources to your pc or tablet. From there you will have them forever and can use them as you wish or transfer them to your phone by whatever means you prefer
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