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GUITAR CLASS FAQ

Everybody learns slightly differently, and some learn better in groups than individually. There are many advantages to learning in a group equally valid to the advantages of learning one-to-one.

 

In the group classes, we can see how we are progressing alongside others, some will progress faster, and some will progress slower. However, my experience has shown that seeing how others play helps boost your confidence in your own ability to succeed.

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BEGINNER’S CLASS

Who is the beginner’s class for?

The beginner’s class is for those who cannot play the guitar or know only a few chords. It is a ten-week programme that develops your skills with the guitar and kick-starts your musical journey.

When and where is the beginner’s class?

The beginner’s class is on Tuesday evenings at 7.00 pm at my home.

What do I need to attend the beginner’s class?

You need to bring your guitar and have some enthusiasm

What will I learn in the beginner’s class?

You will learn twelve beginner songs to develop technique, Six Famous pieces to play along with, how to strum effectively, and the first Twelve most common chords for playing most songs. You also gain tips on practising more efficiently to spend more time playing.

 

How do I join the beginner’s class?

Contact me to arrange a free introductory lesson, where we will get you started playing the guitar and book you into the programme.

How are payments made?

There is a deposit for booking the introductory lesson, which is returned to you when the lesson has been attended. The full payment is made in advance for the ten-week beginners class, or you can use Klarna to break it down into three easy payments.

ELECTRIC GUITAR CLASS

Who is the Electric Guitar class for?

The electric guitar class is for those who can play a few chords and songs on the electric guitar to those who are advanced.

When and where is the Electric Guitar class?

Two electric guitar classes are running Wednesday at 7 pm (restricted numbers) at my house and at 12.30 pm on Saturdays at the Rothes Halls Rm 11.

What do I need to attend the Electric Guitar class?

You need to bring your electric guitar and enthusiasm. I will supply leads and amps for the class.

What will I learn in the Electric Guitar class?

You will learn chords, strumming, improvisation, scales, arpeggios, performing, songs and expressive techniques with relevant music theory to enhance the practical topic.

How do I join an Electric Guitar class?

Contact me to arrange a free introductory lesson, where we will discuss your guitar playing and get you ready to join the class

How are payments made?

Payments are made monthly in advance by Direct Debit, Bank Transfer, via the customer app, or Stripe payments (online)

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ACOUSTIC GUITAR CLASS

Who is the Acoustic Guitar class for?

The acoustic guitar class is for those who can play a few chords and songs on the acoustic guitar to those who are advanced.

When and where is the Acoustic Guitar class?

The acoustic guitar class is Monday at 5 pm for young adults and Monday at 8 pm for adults at my house.

What do I need to attend the Acoustic Guitar class?

You need to bring your acoustic guitar and enthusiasm.

What will I learn in the Acoustic Guitar class?

You will learn chords, strumming, improvisation, scales, arpeggios, performing, songs and expressive techniques with relevant music theory to enhance the practical topic.

How do I join an Acoustic Guitar class?

Contact me to arrange a free introductory lesson, where we will discuss your guitar playing and get you ready to join the class

How are payments made?

Payments are made monthly in advance by Direct Debit, Bank Transfer, via the customer app, or Stripe payments (online)

RHYTHM CLASS

Who is the Rhythm class for?

The rhythm guitar class is for two groups of students.

  • Those students seeking to improve their rhythm skills, as it is an aspect of learning the guitar that many need help with

  • Those seeking to learn how to play songs but not interested in the scales, arpeggios, and other technical aspects of learning a musical instrument.

The focus is on learning standard chord progressions and strumming correctly in time with the music.

When and where is the Rhythm class?

1.30 pm on Saturdays at the Rothes Halls Rm 11.

What do I need to attend the Rhythm class?

Just your Guitar and Enthusiasm

What will I learn in the Rhythm class?

The rhythm class focuses on developing good strumming/ rhythm techniques in a progression from written rhythms to hearing rhythms to playing the rhythms you hear instinctively. You learn common chord progressions (and how to modify them), play them in all keys, and learn to hear them in songs.

How do I join the Rhythm class?

Contact me to arrange a free introductory lesson, where we will discuss your guitar playing and get you ready to join the class.

How are payments made?

This class has a pay-as-you-go option, or you can pay monthly in advance by Direct Debit, Bank Transfer, via the customer app, or Stripe payments (online). There is a cost reduction by paying monthly in advance.

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LEARN NEW GUITAR TECHNIQUES AND IMPROVE YOUR PLAYING, WITH RON'S GUITAR TUITION

For sessions in Glenrothes, WhatsApp me today on 07736 551514.

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