To expect guitar lessons to be laid out in a perfectly aligned grid with all aspects of each lesson predictably accounted for would seem to us to be totally antithetical to the very nature of music and its requisite spontaneity.
If you agree, we think that you’ll find that Scott Willson, who is offering beginner through pro guitar lessons in such Inland Empire communities as La Verne, Claremont, and Pomona, has an approach befitting the qualities that motivate any aspiring guitarist. Here’s what Scott says on his FindaGuitarTeacher profile in response to the question about what a guitar lesson with him might encompass:
“It can vary from a lesson in which we practice various exercises, improvise, record, or sometimes i have the student bring in material or problems they want to work with and i help them through them.”
And while he certainly endorses responding to the moment, you’ll also notice that Scott is not reluctant to espouse the importance of learning technique and using exercises to create lesson plans:
“I have many exercises that will put your technical ability on steroids.”
But our limited space and time on this post prevents us from telling you the whole story, so we highly recommend a visit to the Scott Willson teacher page to get a more complete picture of Scott’s teaching and musical philosophy.
Check it out today!