Category Archives: guitar lesson plans and tips

Printable Guitar Necks Chord Grids Fingerboards etc

Printable Guitar Teaching Resources, Blank Necks and Chord Grids The following are examples  of just some of the stuff in the current teachwombat “Deluxe Guitar Teacher’s Package” (details shown on the right hand column of this page). The list is … Continue reading

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How To Teach Guitar: Technique, Theory and Repertoire

Guitar Teaching: Three important Areas There are three areas that we must pay attention to when helping our novice guitar players to become well rounded musicians but it is a big mistake to treat all three areas as being equally … Continue reading

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Teaching Guitar To Groups:Problems and Strategies

Teaching Guitar To Groups:       Teaching Guitar to Groups   Teaching Guitar to groups of students is a challenging activity that presents its own problems and opportunities. Experienced guitar teachers come to realise that giving group lessons (both for … Continue reading

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Guitar Teacher’s “Words of Wisdom”

Some stuff to download, print and stick up on your teaching studio wall?

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Teaching Bar Chords on Guitar: A Way Into Music Theory?

Teaching Bar Chords on Guitar The study of bar chords can provide a guitar teacher with an ideal opportunity to build technique and also introduce music theory to their students? There are really two different objectives with regard to bar … Continue reading

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Do you need Grades or Qualifications to Teach Guitar?

Do you need guitar grades or qualifications to teach guitar?   The short answer is No (although there are some exceptions that I’ll come to) You need two things in order to teach guitar effectively 1: Knowledge capability and experience … Continue reading

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Bar Chords On Guitar : A Guide for Guitar Teachers

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What Guitar Teachers think of The Teachwombat Resources?

  When you buy my resources I will (within 24 hours and usually a lot quicker than that!) send an email to the email address on the order just to make sure that you were able to download all of … Continue reading

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The Pentatonic Minor Scale: Why it’s the Guitar Teachers Favourite Scale?

The Pentatonic Minor Scale for Guitar Teachers The Pentatonic Minor is perhaps the guitar teacher’s favourite scale as it can provide an easy gateway to soloing for our students? For Guitar Teachers the Pentatonic Minor Scale is one of our … Continue reading

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