Children who receive musical training develop a better verbal memory, accuracy in the pronunciation of a second language, and reading ability, as well as higher academic performance and a higher IQ.
The practice of the guitar, when performed in a group, helps to improve and develop the socialization of children, as well as their tolerance.
Playing the guitar requires the activation of all our mental and intellectual capacities. For this reason, concentration is one of the main skills developed.
When we play an instrument, different sections of the brain are activated simultaneously. This allows us to exercise the neural connections which allow the information to be processed in a faster way than a person who has never played an instrument before.
Students who study music usually develop a greater ability to memorize and remember data.