Fretlight Certified Teachers


About Technology

 Fretlight guitar lessons are different than any others. As your Fretlight Certified Teacher plays their guitar, the Fretlight guitar that’s in your hands lights up exactly what they’re playing. No more looking back and forth to see where they are putting their fingers. You get it right the first time.

Fretlight guitar lessons are different than any others. As your Fretlight Certified Teacher plays their guitar, the Fretlight guitar that’s in your hands lights up exactly what they’re playing. No more looking back and forth to see where they are putting their fingers. You get it right the first time.


There are many benefits for the student when taking guitar lessons from a Fretlight Certified Teacher

First off, let’s remember that the hardest part of learning to play the guitar, as opposed to piano, is contorting your fingers to play various patterns called chords and scales. This takes work and dedication but what has added insult to injury all these years is that students have been forced to look back and forth, whether from their guitar teacher or a book or chart, to the neck of their guitar. We call this routine the “head bob” - back and forth and back and forth. No wonder 80% of all first time players quit within 90 days.

With Fretlight technology, the student and teacher are connected during the lesson via the teachers’ computer. As the teacher plays their guitar, the Fretlight guitar that’s in the students’ hands lights up exactly what they’re playing. This breakthrough of eliminating the “head bob” is so very important when it comes to learning to play and overcoming that 80% quitting statistic. Students who learn via the Fretlight method learn up to 10 times faster – no matter what level they are. Rather than focusing on where to put their fingers they can focus on other important things such as right-hand technique, playing position, playing style, etc.

The bottom line is the Fretlight method allows all students to immediately get to the fun of actually playing guitar. It’s okay if they don’t exactly understand the notes or the names of the chords – they are playing guitar, enthused and now can’t wait for the next lesson. They get the immediate positive feedback that living in today’s high paced world demands.

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