The answer may surprise you. Here’s what the United States Music Teachers Council has to say:
While we encourage students to learn new music they enjoy and are likely to enjoy, we do not believe that the young student can learn all the songs on a guitar. The average age of a first guitar student is about 22 years of age and the average age of a second guitar student is approximately 26 years of age. It is no longer accurate to say that you must be 18 years of age to learn guitar. Students should be encouraged to explore more popular music and the music is readily available to those who are prepared to sit in on a lesson or two.
So, according to its own statement of doctrine, the United States Music Teachers Council is not at all in agreement with the National Council of Elementary Teachers in the United States, which states that “the average age of a first guitar student is about 22 years of age and is the average age of a second guitar student is approximately 26 years of age.”
It’s a mistake to assume only those “prepared to sit in on a lesson or two” should learn guitar. But this is the only way to ensure they learn all the songs on guitar.
The United States Music Teachers Council may disagree with the National Council of Elementary Teachers, but it can’t force its own beliefs on everyone.
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