Make Your Soloing, Comping and Chord Melody Take Off with Private Lessons
By Marc-Andre Seguin
Let's be honest here: most self-taught forms of learning the guitar are slow, and inefficient.
Yes, many guitar players can teach themselves how to play, but usually, the process is slow. With private lessons, and a coach as your guide, you will be able to accomplish much more in the same amount of time.
With an instructor by your side, you’ll learn how become a competent jazz improviser efficiently. That is, without wasting your time.
We'll make any corrections to your technique and work on any issues with your guitar playing. You will be able to work on aspects like timing, rhythm, chords and scales, and of course, your overall chord-melody style playing.
CORRECT ANY ISSUES WITH YOUR GUITAR PLAYING
ON THE SPOT, RIGHT THEN AND THERE
In the short spawn of time you've been with JazzGuitarLessons.net, you've probably upped your guitar-playing skills to a respectable level.
But perhaps you're stuck or at a point where you can go no further without 1:1 instruction. This is where private instruction with a professional jazz player comes is: lessons give you the necessary boost to take your jazz chops to the next level.
With a pro jazzer at your side, you'll learn a lot more that you possibly could’ve learned on your own.
Your coach is right there to show you exactly how everything is done – from the advanced stuff right down to the basics – will quickly advance your skill level.
Most importantly, we'll help you develop a warm-up regime, and a complete practice routine. Right from the first session.
Many jazz guitarists underestimate the importance of warming up before playing, until they reach a point in their lives that this starts to become more of a problem (thanks to back/neck/finger pains, RSI, etc.), and they’re eventually forced to stop playing.
BENEFITS OF PRIVATE INSTRUCTION
Your instructor will keep your needs and requirements in mind above all else
Provide you with an excellent opportunity to practice daily and consistently, and put in a practice session every day
Keep your enthusiasm strong and provide a little additional incentive to work hard and master your new craft by sharing the lesson time with your friends and family
Learn how to structure your guitar playing for maximum performance
The 1:1 interaction allows your instructor to design your program based upon your skills and proficiency
You travel each day for work, school, and numerous errands...relax and enjoy the peace of your own home with webcam lessons
Fulfill your quest to reach your true guitar playing potential
Students actually spend more time "performing" during distance lessons than in face-to-face lessons
Re-Learn From Your Past Lessons at Your Convenience with Thorough Written Feedback
Consistent practice is important to any guitar player’s growth, and with the ability to re-watch lessons online, practice is that much easier. Additionally, you will be given a link to a shared Dropbox folder where you can review your lesson notes.
It takes only about a minute! Once you've purchased your lesson, your teacher will contact you with the booking information, the scheduling policy and his Skype/FaceTime username.
If you've made an honest effort to use the materials from your private lessons during 4 weeks and you're not satisfied and/or did not see any improvements in your playing, then we'll give you a 100% refund.
Your time is precious. And so is money. Write a simple email to firstname.lastname@example.org within 30 days of the transaction and we'll refund immediately, no questions asked.
"Improve Your Playing,
or We Don't Get Paid!"
Frequently Asked Questions
Where are private lessons taught?
Remotely via Skype or Facetime. Exceptionally, we'll have lessons over the phone.
With the monthly subscription, do the un-redeemed lesson "roll over" to the next month?
No. Enrolling in the subscription type of private lessons means that you *must* take your pre-paid lessons within the billing period. No refunds and no rollovers are allowed.
Do you teach to beginners?
The average and weakest students have already acquired some guitar skills. This is specialized *jazz* instruction here.
Do you teach other styles?
Through the fundamentals of music (harmony, melody, rhythms) students often practice in very diversified esthetics such as blues, funk, classical, flamenco, pop, folk and rock.