#1
Hi, I may get an interview for this job shortly, and I was just wondering what the dress sense would be. That probably sounds like a strange question, but this is the music industry right? Image is quite important., compared to what I was doing before.

Cheers,
M
#3
Leather pants that require greasing up to get into.

EDIT: Try this look instead. The look of a serious musician.

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Last edited by [x]Huffy[x] at Dec 10, 2008,
#4
Quote by JackalUK
Stylish casual

Jeans, black T-shirt with Satch on the front, and shoes?

Leather pants that require greasing up to get into.

Ummm, snake skin.
#5
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Jeans, black T-shirt with Satch on the front, and shoes?




And maybe a suit jacket to classy things up a bit
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#6
Quote by mdc
Jeans, black T-shirt with Satch on the front, and shoes?


This sounds like me.
#8
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Yes, blach T-shirt with Satch on it is very stylish...


I really hope this isn't sarcasm.

Because my tshirt generated a lot of interest.
#12
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Everyone would dress like Yngwie there if they could! Or had the bottle.

I wouldn't.
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#13
Quote by Deliriumbassist
How "proper" is this job? If it's a 9-5 guitar teaching job attached to a store, I'd go rather smart. Even more so if it's for a large chain store.

I'd be teaching for the Berkshire Young Musicians Trust (I'm in the UK), they have over 8000 students, so I guess its quite "proper".

Thanx for the responses so far.
#15
[quote="'[x"]Huffy[x]']I wouldn't.

Hmm... Subconciously you might.

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I'd be teaching for the Berkshire Young Musicians Trust (I'm in the UK), they have over 8000 students, so I guess its quite "proper".

Thanx for the responses so far.


Good luck, I am from Berkshire myself!
#17
Quote by mdc
I'd be teaching for the Berkshire Young Musicians Trust (I'm in the UK), they have over 8000 students, so I guess its quite "proper".

Thanx for the responses so far.


Smart casual then, methinks. Enough to say "Yeah, I'm a professional bloke, but I can still "hit it" with the youth of today... they still say "hit it" these days, don't they?"
#19
a nice, collared shirt, with a dress jacket. jeans might be okay, but i would probably adjust to what the interviewer/other teachers deem appropriate

so... casual, but still with a sense of professionalism?
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#20
Quote by faint_spirit
a nice, collared shirt, with a dress jacket. jeans might be okay, but i would probably adjust to what the interviewer/other teachers deem appropriate

so... casual, but still with a sense of professionalism?

Ok, are there any teachers here on these boards? I've got the idea now lol, but as a teacher what would you suggest?

The bottom line is though, they're gonna want to see my playing skills more than what designer shirt I'm wearing!
#21
True, but you are going to be a teacher. And not just a normal rent-for-an-hour guitar teacher, by the sounds of it. Think of it this way- if you just turn up in any old jeans and t-shirt, what's the first impression there? Although first impressions shouldn't count, they do in an interview.
#22
Sweet, I know what it's gonna be. Cheers! After all those questions I feel like a girl about to go out on my first date
#24
Quote by Deliriumbassist
...

Are you going to try and sleep with the interviewer?


Well if first impressions don't work then its gotta be worth a try right?
#25
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...

Are you going to try and sleep with the interviewer?

Lol, maybe i should go as post #3 after all.
#26
Quote by rocking bassist
I'm dressed like Yngwie right now.



Eww
sometimes I see us in a cymbal splash or in the sound of a car crash
#27
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This sounds like me.


me too!

if not that you should wear a shirt with the guitar/amp/fx brand that you use. so you seem more devoted and professional towards your gear and stuff : \
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#28
Quote by Aftertime
me too!

if not that you should wear a shirt with the guitar/amp/fx brand that you use. so you seem more devoted and professional towards your gear and stuff : \


You'll look devoted and professional or just a little bit of a freak.

Probably freak.
#29
Quote by Asgath
You'll look devoted and professional or just a little bit TOO COOL.

Probably TOO COOL.


Yeah man.
#30
Quote by Aftertime
me too!

if not that you should wear a shirt with the guitar/amp/fx brand that you use. so you seem more devoted and professional towards your gear and stuff : \

Or maybe Dave Weiner's own brand that is "got riffs?" lol