#1
Well ive been having the same teacher for about 4 years now, hes a great player and i really enjoy playing guitar with him and talking to him about music. He has taught me every thing i know and has basically introduced me to alot of great music. Im starting uni next year so i wouldnt really have much time for a teacher, i also feel that he has taught me every thing he can and that its time to let him go .
me and him have become good friends so it will be sad to let him go but we could always arange a time to jam and see bands together so thats not too bad.

The problem comes with that although im pretty good on guitar and can play better than any one else my age (17) i dont feel im as good as i can be so what would be the next step for me considering that getting another teacher may not be the best soloution?

cheers
#2
Continue on your own? That would be what I would do.
Call me Jeff if you want, I prefer that.
#6
you're still only 17, why is this an issue now?

think about it when the time comes.
#8
Quote by haz_uk
you're still only 17, why is this an issue now?

think about it when the time comes.


Listen to this man. You're still pretty young it should be a worry for a while.

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#9
Quote by The_0thersid3
The thing is im not sure where id start?


in which case you arent ready to stop your lessons. stop them when you do know what you need to do. get a webcam and pay the man for his time over the internet.
Thank you please.