I would definitely recommend you because you actually want the student to understand the guitar and the music — you don't just teach a few superficial tricks to placate those who have no real desire to learn to play guitar.
The teacher begins the lessons by asking you what you want to learn, where you're coming from and how you'd like to proceed, how much time you have to practice and tailors the lessons and recommendations to what you can do, without ever making you feel guilty for being out of practice and if you're busy like me, that's much appreciated.
You were right about adjusting my posture. I played all day yesterday and my wrist doesn't hurt anymore. Not only that, but my fingers are finally getting stronger — it's like everything is easier to play in the correct posture. Plus, the human connection you provide is great for motivation and encouragement!
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