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Guitar Teachers should learn new things in the school summer holidays - I'm learning these classical guitar pieces

I work full time as a guitar and drum teacher. In the summer holidays, my work reduces to two days and I get a bit more free time to create music and do other things people do in the summer.

One important rule as a musician is to never stop learning - there is always something new to explore. For me this summer, I am interested to learn how to play classical guitar music. I can't read notation on it's own, so I managed to track down a really great resource for classical guitar pieces that have full tab and sheet music notation. After seeing the 'Guitar Star' series on UK Sky TV, Miloš Karadaglić inspired me to learn this style. One of the things he said was that you should learn classical first, and then go onto other styles from there. I'm going to go back and learn classical and see what I missed out on. Already the first book has opened my eyes a little bit to common classical guitar patterns and creative concepts.

Here are the books I have bought. I've ploughed through the first one quite quickly and now I'm onto the second one, which looks a lot harder.



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