Performed in over 100 stage shows in India and abroad.
US $24 per class |
for 1-on-1, 45 mins class
Recommended: 1 class per week | 12-16 weeks to level up
Pay as you go, 2 classes at a time
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This course is designed for beginners who have had no prior experience playing the guitar. Students will be introduced to the different types of guitars followed by the different parts in a guitar as well as the correct posture to hold the guitar. Information on the physical attributes of the guitar will be followed by topics related to the sound of the guitar, covering tempo, rhythm, timing, patterns, chords, staff notation, understanding the guitar neck, fret board etc.. Find detailed index of the beginners course in the description mentioned below.
Music (Guitar) from Trinity College
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The list of topics to be covered in this beginner's online guitar lessons, apart from the aforementioned topics, is listed below. While all topics mentioned in the list will be covered through the duration of the course, the structure may differ depending on individual need or requirement.
After successful completion of this course, students can gear themselves for the next course by Harish Marappa: Guitar Lessons For Intermediate Players | Western Style Guitar Lessons
About Harish Marappa: Born and brought up in Bangalore, Harish has been playing the guitar for the last fifteen years. Harish is a master of many styles playing contemporary, rock, metal, fusion, acoustic, ambience and blues. A keen learner, Harish is an equally adept teacher loved by his students for his patience and style of teaching. One of his student appreciating his teacher mentions that Harish comes up with finger exercises on the fly to help students having trouble with pull offs or barre chords. That is Harish’s commitment to ensure anyone turning up to him for guidance never returns empty handed.
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