Celtic Guitar Lessons online via Skype with Acoustic Guitar Magazine Contributor and Author Glenn Barrett Weiser
Glenn's Celtic Guitar Books
Getting Started with Skype-
you're new to Skype the first thing youíll need a webcam. I use a Gigaware 3.0MP
#25-1142, made by Radio Shack,
For more options, see
Webcams on Google. Many laptops have webcams/mics built in.
3. Now download Skype. Itís free, and easy to use. Get Skype. Note: download the free version. Because webcam-to webcam Skype calls are free, you don't need a Skype account for online lessons. Skype accounts are only used for calling telephones with Skype, so don't create an account
4. You'll also need a high speed Internet connection such as DSL or cable (minimum requirements for video conferencing: upload 300 Kb, download 1 Mb). You can test your connection speed at Speedtest.net.
5. Useful accessories for lessons are a music stand, an electronic guitar tuner, (I like the Korg CA-1-instructions for using the tuner are here) and a metronome (the electronic ones are more accurate- the Matrix MR-500 is good one). If you are studying a stringed instrument, make sure you are in tune and up to pitch before your lesson.
6. You can pay online for lessons with most
major credit cards, or PayPal.
Sign up for a free PayPal account
To pay online for one or more lessons with Paypal,
select an option from the
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