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With my program, you will have everything that you need to learn guitar. Plus you can make it an
even better experience when you learn with someone else. Having a friend to play with or even a mentor to help you when you get stuck is worth its weight in gold. My materials provide you with tons of tips and information that you would likely miss if taking private lessons with an instructor and paying over $80 per month. I know for sure because I have talked to many parents and students who just lost out on all of the important building blocks and details because of a private teacher that didn’t provide the best materials for learning. That is why I wrote my program in the first place. I was teaching private students every day and struggled to find books and materials that would help a student develop in a step-by-step way and build them with the knowledge that they needed in the right order and at the right time. So you can use my program with a friend or fellow worship team member to excel quickly and be playing worship songs in a very short time.
How to get a mentor and keep learning?
1 – Find someone who is passionate about guitar and who has a heart for worship and talk to them about your goals. Ask if they would be willing to answer questions and possibly play together a few times a month.
2 – Ask your church worship leader if you can sit in and watch practices. Maybe take your guitar as well and sit in the sanctuary with the band’s charts and try to play along. This is a great way to get much needed experience.
3 – Help out on Sunday morning and try to spend as much time with your mentors as possible.
4 – Keep a journal and write down the things they say and take notes along your journey as you start to put the pieces together.
I have been a mentor and I have been mentored. I know both ends and I can tell you that it is the most important element for your future success. As the one being mentored, you must put forth 110% effort. Don’t be a slacker and waste your mentors time. Practice and work very hard. It is very rewarding to learn a new craft and grow to become like those that you look up to. As Christian worshipers, we who are carrying the call are always open to new musicians and worship leaders. It is part of the call to help others and help others grow to become the best at worship and the craft of music to bring glory to God.
You can learn guitar on your own with my program, but having a mentor is an important part of becoming your best and gaining experience and opportunities.
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