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Guitar Lessons

Classical Guitar Lessons:


If you like the sounds of Flamenco or Spanish guitar, want a cheaper alternative to learn the basics with or a lighter option that is slightly easier to carry, the classical guitar might be for you.

Guitar Lessons

Electric Guitar Lessons:


Electric guitars are easier to play. The strings are lighter and far more comfortable than acoustic guitars. 

But Electric guitars are more expensive than acoustic guitars and need more accessories. You’ll need - an amp, guitar lead, tuner, picks.
Even though it doesn’t sound like a lot, these extra essential items can really bulk up the price. It can be a little bit daunting to spend lots of money on an instrument, however if you’re going to stick with it,  it’s worth the investment!


Acoustic Guitar Lessons:


If you like chords, rhythm, loud, rich tones, and an extremely versatile option that you can use for a wide range of music genres, then you’ll probably want to start with a steel string

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Keyboard Lessons:

Playing the keyboard is good for encouraging very precise playing. For example, clipping an occasional incorrect note while playing the piano is less noticeable than if you make the same mistake on a keyboard.

Also, on a keyboard, you can change the sounds and instruments. Many keyboards have hundreds of sounds you can choose from.

And, of course, MIDI keyboards can be connected to a computer or iPad, which opens up a host of music-making opportunities.

Piano Lesson

Piano Lessons:

The piano has more than 200 strings vibrating off the sound board, which offers a wide range of sound for the musician, and that isn’t something that can be electronically imitated. 
Also, for musicians, playing the piano offers the player the chance to build finger strength over time, and also allows for finer control of sound. 
A pianist can use pedals and a lighter or heavier touch to convey emotion or broaden the range of the notes.
Musicians should also consider the fact that a piano may retain its value over time if properly maintained.

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