Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced player, choosing between an acoustic guitar or an electric guitar can be a tough decision. We have the perfect solution for you!
Our 7 Notes Modern Music program is designed to help you discover which type of guitar is the perfect fit for your musical aspirations. The best way to find out is to come in and take a lesson with us. Our experienced guitar instructors will guide you through the world of music.
With our diverse range of lessons, we cover everything from classical to contemporary music, catering to most genres and styles. You’ll learn the essential techniques and musical skills required for success as a guitarist, no matter what your preference.
So why wait? Take advantage of this opportunity to explore our curriculum. Discover what resonates with you and unlock your true potential as a guitarist.
Acoustic Guitar: are perfect for those who enjoy the warm and rich sound produced by the instrument. Acoustic guitars are versatile and can be used in various genres, from folk to country to pop. Lessons for acoustic guitars often cover techniques such as fingerpicking, strumming patterns, and chord progressions.
Classical Guitar lessons, on the other hand, delve into the art of classical music. This style of playing emphasizes fingerpicking and intricate melodies. Classical guitarists learn to read sheet music and focus on precision and technique. This type of learning is ideal for those who appreciate the beauty and complexity of classical compositions.
Electric Guitar for those seeking a rock n’ roll experience. Electric guitars are known for their powerful sound and versatility. Lessons for electric guitars typically cover techniques such as power chords, bending, and soloing. Additionally, electric guitarists often learn how to use effects pedals to shape their unique sound.
Bass guitar lessons cater to those who enjoy holding down the rhythm and adding depth to a band’s sound. Bass guitars produce low frequencies that provide the foundation for a song. Lessons for bass guitars focus on groove, timing, and understanding the relationship between the bass and other instruments.
Things we cover in a private lesson:
Performance pieces, technical exercises and in-depth guidance for exams (if chosen).
Extras: Performing Opportunities and Concerts.