when it comes to your first guitar lesson, there are things to consider.
Don’t get discouraged too easily. It may seem like a lot of information all at once, but don’t worry about how much there is to learn. It all starts with one step at a time, and soon enough, you’ll be catching on to the different elements of guitar.
Assess your lesson. Was your guitar teacher encouraging and informative? Make sure he/she is because that’s very important. You need to have a guitar teacher that you can connect with. They need to be able to teach you in ways that you learn best. It also helps if you know the best way for you to learn and relay that information. Like learning by sounds, or sight, or doing, etc.
Always be ready to learn. Just because you have a guitar teacher, doesn’t mean the learning stops after the lessons. You will probably only have one or two one hour lessons a week. It is important that even after your lesson times, you go home and practice, and use what your teacher gave you to study. You may even look online or have additional resources to learn out of. There is ALWAYS something to learn. That even goes for the guitar teacher as well.
So there are three things to consider when it comes to your first lesson. Hopefully you’ll take that to mind. Please leave a comment below and let me know what you think!