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G4 Guitar School

Norfolk

At G4 Guitar School, Brookline, we offer acoustic and electric guitar classes for ages four to adult, and bass guitar or double bass classes for ages seven to adult. We have different programs for different ages and abilities. The G4 GUITAR METHOD is based around the 80/20 Principle which says that 80% of results come from just 20% of your efforts. By focusing on the 20% which we call 'The 7 Essential Skills of Guitar' you will succeed much sooner with much less effort. Most guitar method books were written decades ago and are rarely, if ever updated. With 50+ guitar schools around the world, our method is constantly updated using feedback from our ever-growing network of teachers. For bassists we have the B4 BASS METHOD, based on the structure of the G4 GUITAR METHOD, combined with the legendary Stinnett Music books, and specifically tailored to double bass or electric bass.

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What do you love most about your job?

I love to help people realize their potential and achieve their goals as efficiently as possible. Learning an instrument takes a lot of time, patience and dedicated practice,. Whether you're a complete beginner, casual novice or elite session player, you've gotta be practicing. The two main obstacles people face are, 1) what to practice, and 2) how to manage a dedicated practice schedule. If you're practicing the right stuff and you're doing it enough, then you can play any song, any solo, anything you want. That moment students break through that first barrier and realize they can really go somewhere on their instrument, that's what I love.

What inspired you to start your own business?

Most gigging musicians have a handful of students here and there, and I was no exception. But teaching a few people out of your apartment between gigs limits the amount of people you can really serve. I opened G4 Brookline with the intent to help hundreds of people learn guitar or bass.

Why should our clients choose you?

What's really impressive about the G4 GUITAR METHOD (and the B4 Bass Method for bassists) and makes it stand out from the crowd is the structure. The G4 GUITAR METHOD is based on the 80/20 principle. The 80/20 basically says that 80% of results come from 20% of efforts. In other words G4 focuses on the 20% that matters most and will get students playing their favorite songs sooner. G4 students literally progress faster by focusing on what we call the seven essential skills. I know there are some great methods out there but I haven't seen anything like G4. On top of the method there is the training and support G4 teachers receive. It is practically unheard of in this business and it makes a world of difference. David Hart has been developing the method and teaching guitar for over 30 years and he makes himself available not just to answer questions but will watch video footage of lessons and give feedback. And to add to that there are around 50 G4 teachers in the network who all support each other. It truly unique and like nothing I have seen anywhere. I always tell my students, I wish there had of been a G4 Guitar School when I was first starting out! It would have made things much more clear and simple for me as a beginner.

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How old is the student?

14-17

What guitar style(s) do you want to learn?

Acoustic

What is your level of experience?

Beginner

Do you know how to read music?

Yes - I can read music staff

How often do you want lessons?

Once a week

How long do you want a lesson to be?

30 minutes

Do you already have an instrument?

Yes - I have my own instrument

What are your day(s) preferences?

Wednesday, Thursday

What are your time(s) preferences?

Late afternoon (3-6pm)

Do you have any additional details

Looking for instructor for my 15 y/o daughter. She's had one year of ukulele and piano lessons.

How old is the student?

6 - 9

What guitar style(s) do you want to learn?

Not sure

What is your level of experience?

No experience

Do you know how to read music?

No - I cannot read music

How often do you want lessons?

Once a week

How long do you want a lesson to be?

30 minutes

Do you already have an instrument?

Yes - I have my own instrument

What are your day(s) preferences?

Saturday, Sunday

What are your time(s) preferences?

Early morning (before 9am), Morning (9am-noon), Early afternoon (noon-3pm), Late afternoon (3-6pm), Evening (after 6pm)

How old is the student?

10-13

What guitar style(s) do you want to learn?

Acoustic, Electric

What is your level of experience?

Intermediate

Do you know how to read music?

No - I cannot read music

How often do you want lessons?

Once a week

How long do you want a lesson to be?

60 minutes

Do you already have an instrument?

Yes - I have my own instrument

What are your day(s) preferences?

Tuesday, Thursday

What are your time(s) preferences?

Late afternoon (3-6pm)

Do you have any additional details

Need someone between 25-35 years old.

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