Grade 1 : For Beginners
Course Price - Rs 5,000/-
Grade 1 of Guitar course is designed for those who are new to the world of Guitar Playing and are willing to learn the Guitar from basics. This Guitar course will offer you proper knowledge of the concepts of playing Guitar in a very easy to understand manner. Starting from basics, this course will set you on your musical journey and you will be able to start playing guitar right away. During this guitar course you not only will get the right theoretical knowledge but also be able to play many songs within the span of a few days.
You will be able to understand basic elements of Music like Notes, Melody, chords, scales, Rhythm & Tempo. This course covers all the details that are required to start playing Guitar.
This course also provides downloadable play along practice tracks for each exercise. Sole motive to provide this is to get the correct sound in the beginning stage and also to make practice sessions fun & enjoyable. You’ll also get course study material and certificate of completion.
High Quality Video based sessions
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Free Video Feedback from experts
Optional one on one line feedback classes
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What are Live Feedback Classes?
Since this course is a Self-paced video based course, we have an option where you can take additional Live feedback classes with our experts. These are just for Live feedback & are additionally chargeable. You can contact our team if you need these classes.
Shantanu Arora is an expert Guitarist, Singer and an award winning music director. In his 24 years of Guitar playing journey, he has composed several songs, featuring in English and Hindi language, including score for 2016 Bollywood movie The Buddhist monk. Shantanu Arora who has taught more than 5000 students, holds Music degree in Western Music guitar performance from Trinity College of Music, London