- Teaches students:
- Ages 5 to 45 and special needs
- Teaching since:
I have been conducting guitar sessions for the past seven years from very basics to advanced level. I have structured lessons for guitar beginners so that one can learn the basics of guitar with ease. The basics of guitar is covered in just three months which includes overall anatomy and study of guitar. I also conduct individual, group and home sessions.
-- Following are principal components that have been covered while developing the training modules:
# Easy and beginner oriented guitar sessions
# Sessions for intermediate & advanced learners
# Individual & group sessions for learners of all stages
# Theory sessions: formation of intervals, scales, chord progression, etc.
# Designed lessons for solo and rhythm guitar (including practice schedules)
# Step-wise lessons on playing songs (for all levels)
# Study of Indian & western music
# Technical and motivational aspects for building musicianship skills
# Progressive understanding of guitar anatomy, tuning methods, maintenance, etc.
# Aural training and listening sessions
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