#1
Hey beginner here .. just a quick question ive got my first lesson booked for this week and im curious as to whether some people actually take multiple private lessons a week if they do would they see any extra benefit from this?
#2
stick with one private lesson a week, it gives you plenty of time to practice what you learn in your lesson. if you think you got whatever you are practicing in less than a week, then practice it more and the next time you go to your lesson ask or suggest for something harder.
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#3
More practise the better i presume :p
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i suppose multiple private lessons would make you get better faster if you are committed enough to do everything they ask of you. I have only one a week and like this as it lets me learn songs and write music myself away from my lessons.
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i suppose multiple private lessons would make you get better faster if you are committed enough to do everything they ask of you. I have only one a week and like this as it lets me learn songs and write music myself away from my lessons.


I agree Ive been improving on my old lessons (ive got 2 weeks). Ive got an extra week to work on my stuff since my motley crue concert is tommorow and I didnt want my guitar sitting outside in a car in the arena parking lot for hours . Normally I have lessons on tuesday but the crue fell on my lesson day and I couldnt miss it.

Sorry went off on a rant, I assume you would gain more from more than 1 a week they would just have to give you less to do I suppose since youd have less time.
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#6
In the beginning, one teacher is best. Two won't help you practice more, which is really what matters. You'll find that after a few weeks your teacher has a good grasp of what you can accomplish in a week and will be happy to accomodate that with plenty of material. Be sure to ask for specific tips on practicing. Good luck!