Teach Blues Guitar in 5 Easy Steps

Your students will happily rock up to their lesson feeling (and sounding) awesome next week.

What’s the quickest way to lose a student?

Assigning music that doesn’t sound good or is too tough.

Stop worrying your student will quit when they can’t master full open string chords:

Adopt the 5 Easy Steps to Teach Blues Guitar

Start as simple as possible with the most basic levels.

Add on an additional layer of difficulty each time they master a step.

Your students will happily rock up to their lesson feeling (and sounding) awesome next week.

Traditionally, most students are taught the blues in the context of using full open string chords. Unfortunately, this means they often have to wait anywhere from a couple of weeks to a couple of months before they can start learning the blues. Even then, when they finally begin learning, it often sounds disjointed because most beginner students can’t transition between full open chords fluently for a couple of months.

In this guide on How to Teach Blues Guitar in 5 Easy Levels, you will learn:

Five simple lessons that that work for any student

Levelling & Layering – how to always know the simplest ‘next step’ for a student

How to guide students to play blues successfully – no frustration required

 

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