Acoustic/Electric Guitar

“Don’t use your brain to play it, let your
feelings guide your fingers.”

“Don’t use your brain to play it, let your feelings guide your fingers.”

–Jimi Hendrix (Guitarist)

Class session

Once per week

Class Duration

30 min per class

Age group

Starting at 6 years old

lesson type

1 on 1 lessons

Class session

Once per week

Class Duration

30 min per class

Age group

Starting at 6 Years Old

lesson type

1 on 1 lessons

Class details

Acoustic/Electric Guitar Lessons

Want to learn to play the guitar?

We offer private and group lessons for all ages, and we’re passionate about helping you reach your goals. Whether you want to learn how to play just for fun or are looking to become a professional musician, we can help!

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Emily, one of our beginner piano students learning the rhythm of the quarter notes and how to alternate between the left and the right hand.

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Playing music can also be a social endeavor. Jamming with others helps you connect with other people with the same interests, and even if their skill level is more advanced than what you’re comfortable with, you can still have fun and learn something new.

Reducing stress is just one of the benefits of playing music, and as described here, it’s a huge benefit.

Music Fundamentals

a comprehensive music education which includes theory, ear training, sight reading, technique, and history.

Practical assignments

Practice makes perfect—when you know what to practice and when. After each lesson, you’ll have a detailed practice plan that walks you through exactly what to work on each day.

Guitar Syllabus

Our Guitar lessons are structured to prepare students for international examination boards like ABRSM and Trinity up to Grade 8. We also have students who play Guitar purely for pleasure.

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Related Question

Yes! We offer a free 30 minute trial class for newcomers. Just let us know your preferred day and time, and we’ll try to schedule a class for you.

You don’t have to bring your own instrument, but we do eventually encourage you to get your own instrument as you’d want to practice more. However, if it is a woodwind or brass instrument, we’d encourage you to bring your own mouthpiece.

Yes, we have a variety of books to guide you in your journey of learning. However, the fees for the books are not included in the class fees. You will have to pay separately upon purchasing a book.
The price of a book can range from $— to $—, depending on what type of book you want.

That’s perfectly fine! If you don’t want to sit for exams, our teachers will cater to your interests and craft the lessons around it. For example, if you want to learn a particular song, they will be more than happy to teach you how to play it.

The teachers will cater to the students’ interests.
For example, if a student wants to learn how to improvise on a guitar, the teacher will teach the student scales and exercises to improve movement around the fretboard.