I will make changes as I see fit.. though I'm not a web master and doing the page as I have it cost me a lot of trouble.. I still need to work on it more.
YES. I wish I could do the website in Spanish and in English.. but I have no idea how to do that (plus I don't know if I have the time or the will to do that)
I consider Tijuana/San Diego as the same area.. so for English speaking purposes I'm located in San Diego, but I do not have a place to teach there so "at location" mean's at the student's location (I'll make this more clear. thanks for pointing it out)
the price difference is because American's are willing to pay more, plus I will be traveling at the student's location... the price change in Tijuana is because I will be giving lessons from the comfort of my own studio (and I rather deal with a monthly price so I can have set schedule)
Again.. thanks for pointing everything out and I'll try to make this more clear (and I still have much work to do to make the website even better)
about the rates... I have no idea. I went through a lot of other guitarists websites and I got the idea from there.. a lot seemed way more talented and qualified than me (and were more expensive) and I also saw a bunch that I really didn't think they were that great (and I still were more expensive). So I kinda chose those random rates.. but to be honest.. it all depends (and I will change this too)
as for the Besame Mucho video... yeah.. its not my best recording. Actually.. I had a friend that is studying filming come over and do the videos.. we did it in one take. he said it was great (though I wasn't at all satisfied) and then he didn't even edit the videos and gave me the raw material.
.. so its a bit rushed.. and i'll try to make it better (though you are right.. my timing is one of my biggest weakness i try to improve it everyday.. but a good teacher for myself is in hand)
Thanks again everyone and I hope I'll hear more from people as I will post more and make my website even better
P.S. The people in Tijuana actually prefer working in dollars.. and most prices are set to the American Dollar instead of to the mexican coin.. I know.. its weird. I just moved to this city (From San Diego) and I found it odd, but now a days it better and more comfortable to work this way (hence the pricing in dollars)