#1
Yo dudes, This guy from across the road whos into alot of metal and stuff has heard me play and insisted that i start teaching his daughter, and i have. she's never played before and wants to learn rock type of stuff, already taught her smoke on the water and a few other little tunes. just wondering what would be a good step to go for next, what excercises etc. I know im not a real teacher but its just abit of fun and is good experience !

Any pointers would be sick
#2
green day's always a good start, I learnt Holiday after playing for about a week.
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Gibson 2005 Les Paul Standard
Fender Road Worn Strat w/ Noiseless pickups
Marshall JCM 2000 401C
Marshall Vintage Modern 2266
Marshall 1960A cab (Dave Hill from Slade's old cab)
Ibanez TS9DX
EHX Little Big Muff
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#3
Do some basic theory stuff (the 12 notes on a string, intervals) and show her some scales. I can't stress enough how much scales helped me progress. Boring, yes, but essential none the less.
"You can drink an ugly chick hot, but you can’t drink a fat chick skinny."

Fender: HSS Stratocaster

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Marshall: MG30FDX
Acoustic: B200
#4
oh, and get some money bro. Lessons are time consuming.
"You can drink an ugly chick hot, but you can’t drink a fat chick skinny."

Fender: HSS Stratocaster

Modulus: 1991 Q5

Peavey:158BASS
Marshall: MG30FDX
Acoustic: B200
#5
Maybe the "Wicked End" solo from Avenged Sevenfold. it's a pretty simple one to learn.
#6
some chords and chord songs like
bankrupt on selling
wanted dead or alive
house of the rising sun
Just call me Julius, J, etc.
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#7
yes, intervals and scales are key. First teach her 1st position scales and chords, then second postion forms, then variations on those (ex: minor 3rd, minor 3rd & 6th, minor 3rd & 7th) plus chord forms...thats how i taught myself...
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