Acoustic Guitar is the most common form of guitar that is found. It’s played without any electronic interface hence the name Acoustic.
The sound produced in an acoustic guitar is the string, which is plucked with the fingers or with a plectrum. The metal strings are mostly made of steel.
We follow an internationally recognized curriculum which spreads over Trinity Guildhall, London College of Music & Royal School of Music.
Beginner Techniques (First 2 years of learning)
- Posture of holding the guitar.
- Tuning your instrument.
- Using accessories like capo, picks and tuners
- Identifying notes on the fret board
- Finger exercises to help you build strength and flexibility
- Music theory, scales, chords and intervals
- Reading and understanding Tabs and Chord charts
- Practicing with a metronome
- Strumming patterns and rhythm exercises
- Power Chords
- Alternate picking
- Pentatonic, blues scales and Dominant 7ths
- Popular chord progressions- 12 bar blues and its usage
- Learning popular songs
- Playing with multiple musicians and learning how to jam together
- Appear for a Grade2/3 Trinity Guildhall examination based on progress
- Advanced Rhythm exercises
- Understanding different time signatures
- Count patterns using a metronome
- Scales across the fret board
- Composition and improvisation
- Learning riffs, licks and progressions
- Chord extensions and their use in modern music
- Guitar Solos
- Functioning and Static dominants
- Chord inversions in compositions
- Music composition
- Advanced Ear training
- Playing with Dynamics
- Basic understanding of recording music and the tools involved
- Playing and recording with multiple musicians to learn how to jam together
- Appear for Grade 3 and above (All the way till Grade 8)