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Private Guitar Lessons (Ongoing 25 Minutes)
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Have you thought about learning the guitar but found the learning curve too steep? Or maybe you’re in school and learning to read music just seems like another homework assignment? Then let's throw out the rules and go Wabi Sabi on the guitar. It's the easiest way you'll ever find to get it going on the most popular instrument in history. Here's how it works: The guitar's so-called 'standard' tuning was created for when the guitar put on a tuxedo and played with the orchestra. It's great...
Students will learn the basics of tuning and stringing a guitar and the basic principles of open tunings. Although structured as 'one-time' classes, they are meant to be repeated. Students will learn how to improvise one-finger drone melodies and be introduced to the basics of 'riffology,' or combining moves such as slides, hammers and pull-offs to create amazing sounds. A lot of emphasis will be placed on concentration, presence, listening exercises and using the guitar for a 'reset' or time out.
5-7 minutes a day.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Wabi Sabi Guitar Method Teacher
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
Hi everyone! I am an artist, musician and writer who has never done things in their prescribed order. I am also a former journalist, so my whole life has been about clear communication and close observation. I consider my biggest accomplishment to...