Are you a guitar teacher in Cannock? Seems like a silly question doesn't it? Did you know you could be if you wanted to be? There is nothing stopping you from being a guitar teacher in Cannock or Stafford - the industry is not regulated so if a guitar player can ' play a bit ' ( or not at all !!!) and has confiedence they can advertise as a guitar teacher!!
Companies even promote them as such ( for money of course!! ). Have you seen companies who run online directories? A bit like the old phone book but online. As long as these companies are making money from people they don't care who they promote even if the guitar teacher is good or not. How would they know after all?
And then there's the price of lessons. Some guitar teachers in Cannock in Stafford are charging the same for their lessons as qualified guitar teachers do. Outrageous!
Guitar students who are serious about getting to the top of their game always research any prospective guitar teacher in Cannock or Stafford very thoroughly indeed. It's the only way. Take your time when selecting your guitar teacher. Do they work from home or your home? Then what they are doing probably tops up other earnings. In other words they need to do something else as well as teacher guitar in Cannock or Stafford.
Are you looking for guitar lessons with a qualified guitar teacher? Scott Adams is an ACM graduate and former Guthrie Govan student.
0781 864 7517
Ideally situated ( at Pillaton Hall Farm, Penkridge ) for guitar lessons in Cannock, Stafford, Rugeley, Lichfield, Wolverhampton, Brewood, Codsall, Cheslyn Hay, Brown Hills, Burnt Wood, Walsall, Stoke and Stone