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Miami, Florida (PRWEB) August 19, 2013
Skype guitar lessons are increasingly popular in the world of musical education, mostly because of technological advances that now enable musicians to provide Skype guitar lessons without any hassle. There are learning management systems and tools that teachers can use to interact with students one-on-one or in a classroom style setting. It is not just a video teleconference, because the tools are designed to facilitate learning. Teachers can provide reading and reference material, instructional videos and guide students step-by-step just as they would in person.
Doing all this virtually on Skype has many advantages relative to doing it in the traditional manner. Skype video chats do not cost anything and can be initiated from anywhere. The teacher and student do not have to be in the same place, and this saves the cost and hassle of a commute for each lesson. Apart from saving money spent on transportation, students also save time and avoid getting stuck in traffic. Another advantage is that students can record all the Skype lessons and store it as a video for later reference.
Payments are also easier to collect, since students can pay for each lesson through PayPal. It simplifies the whole process for both parties. For the best experience possible, it also ideal for students to have a reliable, high-speed Internet connection. A webcam is also required.
Here’s how it works: Students download Skype and install the program on whichever device they are planning to use to connect with for their Skype guitar lessons. Students schedule Skype lessons for a specific date and time, and both the student and teacher have a virtual, face-to-face meeting.
Based in South Florida, Dyce Kimura is a guitar instructor with many years of experience. He offers in-person lessons in Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood, Miami, and Parkland areas, in addition to Skype blues guitar lessons worldwide. Whether students are just beginning to explore their musical talents or have some experience and looking to fine-tune their skills, Kimura can help. To learn more about Kimura and his online services, be sure to visit his new website at skypeguitarlessonsonline.com. Prospective students can also visit Kimura’s current and main website, dycekimura.com.