The Paul Ozz Guitarist Mentorship Program is currently accepting new students for Spring 2020!
Here is a list of a few things you’re going to need:
- Webcam and Microphone
- Solid Internet connection
- Zoom account (Free video conferencing program)
- GuitarPro / TuxGuitar
We start off by arranging a student interview to determine what your specific wants and needs are on the guitar.
The sessions are 55 minutes, and the rate is $75 (USD) per session.
Mentorship Program students are expected to have the availability for a minimum of two sessions per month, so that consistency and progress can be built up and built upon.
Payment is expected up front, via PayPal, before the start of the session.
Mentorship sessions take place on Fridays from 10:00AM PST to 5:00PM PST, as well as Saturdays and Sundays, from 10:00AM PST until 6:00PM PST. Times are inclusive.
There is a minimum of 48 hours notice required for cancellation.
If you need to cancel, we will reschedule for an appropriate time in the next week, or in certain circumstances the next day schedule permitting.
Mentorship Program FAQ
How is this program any different from any other learning program?
We go through the motions of getting to know each other, and every single need or want you could have when it comes to the guitar. Every single student gets hyper-personalized lessons. It’s an extraordinarily effective way to create progress on the guitar. The teaching is not from my style or from my background necessarily, it’s about what you want to get out of the instrument
$75USD per session is steep. Why is it so expensive?
Because the sessions are so individualized, the time it takes to cater to every student’s needs on my end is substantially more challenging than regular guitar lessons. That being said, students are expected to ‘ante up’ so to speak, and to be diligent with their guitar practice. Real progress comes from making a true commitment to your practicing.
How does it work?
We start off by setting up an appointment for a student interview to meet and discuss wants and needs on the guitar. After that, we schedule the first session together using Zoom, which is a free video conferencing application. Zoom also allows students to record the session; which is super beneficial in case the session is very information heavy. After we schedule the first lesson, the student then pays for the upcoming session and we go from there.
I’m not a shredder like you, how would your lessons help me?
Whether you are predominantly a rhythm player, metal player, funk player, classic rock player or otherwise, I have helped someone like you. If you want to become a shredder? I can most certainly help. If you want to song-write better? I have methods for that that are very personalized to the music you want to write. If you want to understand what it takes to make music a career, and want a guiding hand? I can help as I have literally lived that path. What ever your question, please feel free to contact me directly for an e-mail consultation.