Um…I am in the same room with my bass, amp, and IPad, connected to Josh thru Skype.
But seriously, he may well have been here. I was just playing, and he said, “ I think you need to cut one of your fingernails on your right hand”, and sure enuf, I was looking for my clippers that morning and couldn’t find them.
As those were in the room…
Skype works too,
Lots of places have adopted online lessons. Possibly because that’s how they had to get by during Covid? Or it was coming anywhere.
Guitar Center advertises them on the home screen of the website and app.
Many other sources too. I see them for as low as $20 per hour on apps like Offer Up and Let Go.
Now, how to pick a teacher, and can you pick one that could do more damage then playing and learning on your own. What to look for in a teacher, what to ask perspective teachers?
I do not know, I will leave those questions to be answered by those that teach, @JoshFossgreen, @Gio, anybody else who teaches, or takes lessons can chime in on their selection process.
I am curious what you would get out of online lessons from GC??
Think they are good?