lesson. Thursday , November 09th , 2017 - 05:02:19 AM
Second, what price range are you looking for? Although none of these will be very expensive compared to private lessons, you can pay anywhere from $30 to a few hundred dollars. If you are dabbling with learning guitar, you probably want to spend less money. If you are serious and want a lesson program you can grow with, it will probably be worth it to you to spend more money. You don't want to buy something you will outgrow shortly.
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2. DEPTH - Some very inexpensive programs do a great job teaching an extremely limited content. Think of piano instruction software that taught students to play only one chord, but did it very well. Educators need to weight the value of programs with such a limited focus because they put an additional burden on the educator to decide upon and maintain the sequencing of the lessons. If a choice is offered, it often better to choose programs that cover a lot of territory even if it costs a little more.
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