My teaching method is to teach from the ground up, firstly I like to recognize how much does the student initially know, his/her grasping power and make sure that my student is very clear in what is being taught.
I also provide free assistance on whatsapp and fun assignments to keep the learning enjoyable.
I am an engineering student pursuing IT with a passion to teach. I have experience in teaching music (guitar to be specific) for a couple of years. I also play a bit of piano.
Learning guitar is confusing and with so many tutorials, one can get flustered. As someone who can relate to that, I wanted to help out.
1) Quality content. Yes, there is a lot of free content out there. But a lot of that free content is garbage. In fact, it’s probably doing more harm to your practice than good. People who are serious about mastering their craft don’t want to waste time on tutorials that will either develop bad habits, or take them nowhere fast. They’re looking to learn from an expert who knows their stuff.
2) Clear learning path to a desired outcome. Contrary to the myriad of free content floating around, an online course provides students with a clear and cohesive path to a desired outcome. Yes, it’s possible to string together the right combination of free YouTube videos and create a home-spun path to guitar greatness. But many students would rather invest in a learning experience that will fast-track them towards their goal, and give them the confidence they are on the right path.
3) Structure and discipline. Some people like to learn on their own, while others need the structure, motivation and community to keep going. It comes down to personal preference.
My first class is absolutely free, contact me for further queries. : )
Perfect! Leyton is a very excellent , patient and understanding Sir. He has an apt of understanding and connecting to all age groups and my Daughter has found an amazing comfort level in learning the guitar from him.
An exceptional student who has the potential to grow exponentially with consistent practice.
Leyton is your best bet on learning an acoustic guitar nicely and efficiently . He has a good amount of experience and he has talent in music. I sent my child to Leyton to learn how to play a guitar and now in literally 6 months my child has learnt it (not fully). He now plays his acoustic guitar in the church choir . Leyton is very efficient in his work. He is a teacher who works hard for his students.
Amazing Guitarist, Can understand the problem of the student while learning and make it easier for them to learn.
Keep it up
An engineer in the making, Leyton has harboured his love for music that he loves to share. An understanding tutor with the right balance of patience and knowledge who grooms through basic hand holding and leads you into expert learning. Recommended through personal experience and word of mouth.
Leyton has great knowledge and experience on his instruments. His passion towards music makes him a great teacher which students will want.
Best Teacher I have got till Now
Polite speaking and very good knowledge of Guitar
And other instruments too
He will teach you from basics.
His method of teaching is pretty good and its fun.
He teaches you skills on how fast you progress and not on the amount of time you spend.
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