#1
if there are any guitar teachers or anyone that knows i was curious what you have to do to get the job, like at a store or something
#2
^ well to be a teacher, i would assume a store would want you to at least have an associates degree in music (theory/history) and maybe a minor in teaching. i would think both of those would help tremendously
#4
Ya I never really got store teaching but I havent looked into it much. I just teach out of my home under the table. It's pretty good...

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#5
Just put up signs around where you live and the people will come.
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justin, that was easily the most inspiring, helpful piece of advice anyone has ever given me in regards to my musical pursuits.


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#6
To do free lance work all you would really need is the skill and knowledge needed to train someone in that instrument. To work in a shop as a teacher you would probably just have to prove to the owner(s) that you have the requirements in knowledge and skill level to instruct a student. Now if you wanted to work for a school or a university, then yes a degree would come into play.
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Cheers Sinister that was really helpful a Dime-point to you!


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