#1
Hey there guys.

I am a guitar teacher and I run online guitar tuition I offer skype tuition.

I have a group of happy students and teach most days but I am looking to expand my site.

What I wanted to know is what sort of service you guys need (tuition wise) that you are not getting now?

Im expecting 99% wise cracks but for the 1% of sensible answers I will try and help if I can.

As well as Skype lessons I also do one to one lessons and youtube lessons so that will cover most requirement.


The site is still young so as you can see it needs some more content, I will however not be spamming it with ads and other such like and want it to be geared to what you guys want.

Anyway I look forward to your answers.

Thanks.

Rob
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#4
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Why do people even use chords? All you need is exotic scales to be cool.


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#6
The only type of lessons I would pay for are songwriting lessons. eg, what sounds good together, different approaches by different artists, neat ways to put different scales/modes together, chord theory, leading, stuff like that.

I can work on technique on my own and I can learn other artist's songs on my own, but composition is a skill that can be taught much more quickly than if I was just screwing around on my own.
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#7
instead of teaching individual chords and telling them to memorise the names that associate with them, tell them why they're named sus, b3 etc so it sticks with them. also, instead of making them learn each position for a scale on a fretboard, tell them the intervals for it and how it's constructed so they have a basic knowledge to how to find each scale in their head. works better that way.
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The only type of lessons I would pay for are songwriting lessons. eg, what sounds good together, different approaches by different artists, neat ways to put different scales/modes together, chord theory, leading, stuff like that.

I can work on technique on my own and I can learn other artist's songs on my own, but composition is a skill that can be taught much more quickly than if I was just screwing around on my own.


Great idea and thank you I will add that onto my "mind map"

Thanks
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instead of teaching individual chords and telling them to memorise the names that associate with them, tell them why they're named sus, b3 etc so it sticks with them. also, instead of making them learn each position for a scale on a fretboard, tell them the intervals for it and how it's constructed so they have a basic knowledge to how to find each scale in their head. works better that way.


Thank you.
#10
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Great idea and thank you I will add that onto my "mind map"

Thanks




let us know when you have the youtube lessons ready, I'd love to check them out.
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let us know when you have the youtube lessons ready, I'd love to check them out.


Will do bud, Im getting in the habit at the momenst and instead of sending audio clips to my students I send youtube clips.

What do you think to the online guitar tuition site?

Pretty basic atm.
#13
You need a new site designer, that looks like a 10 year old site that nobody will take seriously.


Im developing a site right now, ive made a few now, and that just looks poor.


e/ if you are interested in actually designing your site nicely, and are looking for a site dev, you know to look like you arent a scammer, you can message me.
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Is this advertising?


I think he's more asking for advice on how to make his product better.
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#15
also in regards: you shouldnt limit this to skype, but list and download as many online video chat systems as possible, to cater to the customer so they dont have to cater to you

ie.
MSN
ooVoo

and soon: facebook video chat.
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You need a new site designer, that looks like a 10 year old site that nobody will take seriously.


Im developing a site right now, ive made a few now, and that just looks poor.


e/ if you are interested in actually designing your site nicely, and are looking for a site dev, you know to look like you arent a scammer, you can message me.


This, and you have a couple of grammatical errors on it too. How professional your site looks is just as important as the lessons themselves.