#1
im starting to give my friend lessons finally, it took me like a year to get him to want to do it


but any way, so now im wondering, should i focus on one thing till hes good with it? like just focus on power cords for a bit then move onto basic cords when hes good with that

or should i mix it up a bit like 10 mins power cords, 15 mins cords, muting and stuff and all that good stuff too?

so.. which is better, step by step or mix it up and he gets introduced to everything at once kinda

btw, he has no experience at all so i just showed him how to tune today, the intro to teen spirit and the finger picking part of nothing else matters
#2
It really depends on how often you are going to be teaching him. If you were going to only see him once a week, then going over the basics of everything you want him to practice over the next week would be good. If you are going to see him a number of times a week, then an in depth look at each one per lesson would be good.

This is just my opinion

- Steve
#3
Quote by pepsi_lovr
It really depends on how often you are going to be teaching him. If you were going to only see him once a week, then going over the basics of everything you want him to practice over the next week would be good. If you are going to see him a number of times a week, then an in depth look at each one per lesson would be good.

This is just my opinion

- Steve


cool i was thinking somthing like that, thanks steve