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Karthik Sathian

Banashankari 3rd Stage, Bangalore, India - 560085

Karthik Sathian Guitar trainer in Bangalore

Karthik Sathian

Guitarist/Music Producer

Banashankari 3rd Stage, Bangalore, India - 560085.

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I am a professional guitarist and music producer with over 10 years of experience in guitar playing.

My journey in music began when I started taking private lessons when I was 12 years old. More recently, I moved to Bangalore, India where I've been privileged to study in some of the premier institutions for guitar such as Nathaniel School of Music and TAAQADEMY.

In early 2017, I completed my Diploma in Recording Engineering and Music Technology. In addition to performing live shows and being a studio/session guitar player, I also compose and mix music for TV Ads,short films etc.
Some of my influences - Guthrie Govan,Plini,Steve Vai,Animals as Leaders, Daft Punk, RHCP, John Mayer,Drake etc.

I currently teach beginner to intermediate level classes and all lessons are taught on Skype.For details regarding lesson structure and plans, please find the document attached at the end of the page.
Kindly go through the videos to see what you'll be learning. Hope to see you in class!

Qualifications and Awards:

Diploma in Recording Engineering and Music Technology from Audiolife School of Sound Engineering, Bangalore

Level2 (Advanced) Guitar - Nathaniel School Of Music

Winner - Solo Guitar Improvisation Contest - Christ University,2017

Winner - Best Instrumentalist, Western Acoustics Competition - PES University, 2016.

Languages Spoken

Malayalam Mother Tongue (Native)

English Proficient

Hindi Basic

Education

Audiolife School of Sound Engineering 2017

Diploma in Recording Arts and Music Technology

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Banashankari 3rd Stage, Bangalore, India - 560085

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Guitar Classes

Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in Guitar Classes

10

Genre of guitars taught

Electric, Acoustic

Demo classes provided

Yes

Type of classes

Individual classes

Music genres taught

Rock & Roll, Jazz & Blues

Outcomes catered to

Learn specific skills: Plucking, Chord progression etc, Learn a specific song, Learn to play as an accompaniment to singing, Learn basics of playing a guitar

Ownership of equipment is compulsory

Yes

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Beginner Style Track

Intermediate Style Track

Documents (1)

Lesson Structure and Plan

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FAQs

1. What genre of guitar do you teach ?

Electric and Acoustic

2. Do I need to bring my own equipment?

Yes

3. Which classes do you teach?

I teach Guitar Class.

4. Do you provide a demo class?

Yes, I provide a free demo class.

5. How many years of experience do you have?

I have been teaching for 10 years.

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Answered on 18/07/2018 Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Indian Film music Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Western Classical +2 Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Indian classical Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Jazz & Blues less

An unbiased answer would be incredibly difficult as the best guitarists usually have something unique to them which makes them incomparable. However, some of the guitarists who've been hailed as the greatest include (in no particular order):- Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Mark Knopfler, Angus Young, Pat... ...more

An unbiased answer would be incredibly difficult as the best guitarists usually have something unique to them which makes them incomparable. However, some of the guitarists who've been hailed as the greatest include (in no particular order):- Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Mark Knopfler, Angus Young, Pat Metheny, Joe Pass, Allan Holdsworth, Slash, Joe Satriani, Steve Vai, Guthrie Govan and many more. Each decade has had guitar greats relevant to its time.

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Answered on 18/07/2018 Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Indian Film music Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Western Classical +2 Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Indian classical Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Jazz & Blues less

What are the most effective online guitar instruction courses?

There's a plethora of online guitar courses. Here are few things you could look into. 1)If you want to do a professional course, you could refer Berklee online. They have some of the most high-quality courses and instructors as would expect from Berklee. You receive a Berklee certificate upon completion.... ...more

There's a plethora of online guitar courses. Here are few things you could look into. 

1)If you want to do a professional course, you could refer Berklee online. They have some of the most high-quality courses and instructors as would expect from Berklee. You receive a Berklee certificate upon completion. These courses are comparatively expensive.

2)You can check out websites such as Jamtrackcentral, Lick library, Jam Play and guitarlessons365.com these websites offer buy/streaming service for their courses. Very high quality and for all levels.

3)You could also go on udemy.com which is an online learning platform not just for guitar. There are several courses there for all levels of guitar players. I believe this website even offers a 30-day money back guarantee on their courses.

 

 

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Answered on 18/07/2018 Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Indian Film music Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Western Classical +2 Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Indian classical Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Jazz & Blues less

Practicing differs from person to person. Your routine should be a reflection of your long-term/short-term goals. A lot of people have a way of dividing 1 hour of practice into smaller 10-15 mins sessions where you can focus on different topics. Eg.Finger ex, Music Theory, Technique etc. This may or... ...more

Practicing differs from person to person. Your routine should be a reflection of your long-term/short-term goals. A lot of people have a way of dividing 1 hour of practice into smaller 10-15 mins sessions where you can focus on different topics. Eg.Finger ex, Music Theory, Technique etc. This may or may not work for you. You've to try it.

IMO, you'd want to practice and take information in small chunks. Have short and focused goals so that at the end of each practice session you will have mastered a very small aspect of the long-term goal. Have fun while practicing and be sure to make music while you practice.

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Answered on 18/07/2018 Music/Instrumental Music Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar

There are a few approaches to this. 1) You could look around for musicians who want to Jam/Create music that you want to as well. You can look for people around your college/workspace/local gigs and also on online forums like the "Musicians of Bangalore" facebook page. 2)You can put your music on shareable... ...more

There are a few approaches to this.

1) You could look around for musicians who want to Jam/Create music that you want to as well. You can look for people around your college/workspace/local gigs and also on online forums like the "Musicians of Bangalore" facebook page.

2)You can put your music on shareable platforms such as facebook/youtube/Instagram and perhaps connect with people who have interests similar to yours.

3)You can also audition for bands. You might see opportunities on the above mentioned Facebook groups where they're looking for an instrumentalist for a band or for gigs. This might be a way in for you into an already formed band.

Also, you should obviously be able to gauge how good you are on your instrument/vocal and also look out for how proficient your to-be bandmates are.

Good luck!

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Guitar Classes 5.0

Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in Guitar Classes

10

Genre of guitars taught

Electric, Acoustic

Demo classes provided

Yes

Type of classes

Individual classes

Music genres taught

Rock & Roll, Jazz & Blues

Outcomes catered to

Learn specific skills: Plucking, Chord progression etc, Learn a specific song, Learn to play as an accompaniment to singing, Learn basics of playing a guitar

Ownership of equipment is compulsory

Yes

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Answered on 18/07/2018 Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Indian Film music Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Western Classical +2 Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Indian classical Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Jazz & Blues less

An unbiased answer would be incredibly difficult as the best guitarists usually have something unique to them which makes them incomparable. However, some of the guitarists who've been hailed as the greatest include (in no particular order):- Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Mark Knopfler, Angus Young, Pat... ...more

An unbiased answer would be incredibly difficult as the best guitarists usually have something unique to them which makes them incomparable. However, some of the guitarists who've been hailed as the greatest include (in no particular order):- Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Mark Knopfler, Angus Young, Pat Metheny, Joe Pass, Allan Holdsworth, Slash, Joe Satriani, Steve Vai, Guthrie Govan and many more. Each decade has had guitar greats relevant to its time.

Answers 5 Comments
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Answered on 18/07/2018 Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Indian Film music Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Western Classical +2 Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Indian classical Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Jazz & Blues less

What are the most effective online guitar instruction courses?

There's a plethora of online guitar courses. Here are few things you could look into. 1)If you want to do a professional course, you could refer Berklee online. They have some of the most high-quality courses and instructors as would expect from Berklee. You receive a Berklee certificate upon completion.... ...more

There's a plethora of online guitar courses. Here are few things you could look into. 

1)If you want to do a professional course, you could refer Berklee online. They have some of the most high-quality courses and instructors as would expect from Berklee. You receive a Berklee certificate upon completion. These courses are comparatively expensive.

2)You can check out websites such as Jamtrackcentral, Lick library, Jam Play and guitarlessons365.com these websites offer buy/streaming service for their courses. Very high quality and for all levels.

3)You could also go on udemy.com which is an online learning platform not just for guitar. There are several courses there for all levels of guitar players. I believe this website even offers a 30-day money back guarantee on their courses.

 

 

Answers 2 Comments
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Answered on 18/07/2018 Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Indian Film music Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Western Classical +2 Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Indian classical Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Jazz & Blues less

Practicing differs from person to person. Your routine should be a reflection of your long-term/short-term goals. A lot of people have a way of dividing 1 hour of practice into smaller 10-15 mins sessions where you can focus on different topics. Eg.Finger ex, Music Theory, Technique etc. This may or... ...more

Practicing differs from person to person. Your routine should be a reflection of your long-term/short-term goals. A lot of people have a way of dividing 1 hour of practice into smaller 10-15 mins sessions where you can focus on different topics. Eg.Finger ex, Music Theory, Technique etc. This may or may not work for you. You've to try it.

IMO, you'd want to practice and take information in small chunks. Have short and focused goals so that at the end of each practice session you will have mastered a very small aspect of the long-term goal. Have fun while practicing and be sure to make music while you practice.

Answers 5 Comments
Dislike Bookmark

Answered on 18/07/2018 Music/Instrumental Music Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar

There are a few approaches to this. 1) You could look around for musicians who want to Jam/Create music that you want to as well. You can look for people around your college/workspace/local gigs and also on online forums like the "Musicians of Bangalore" facebook page. 2)You can put your music on shareable... ...more

There are a few approaches to this.

1) You could look around for musicians who want to Jam/Create music that you want to as well. You can look for people around your college/workspace/local gigs and also on online forums like the "Musicians of Bangalore" facebook page.

2)You can put your music on shareable platforms such as facebook/youtube/Instagram and perhaps connect with people who have interests similar to yours.

3)You can also audition for bands. You might see opportunities on the above mentioned Facebook groups where they're looking for an instrumentalist for a band or for gigs. This might be a way in for you into an already formed band.

Also, you should obviously be able to gauge how good you are on your instrument/vocal and also look out for how proficient your to-be bandmates are.

Good luck!

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Karthik Sathian describes himself as Guitarist/Music Producer. He conducts classes in Guitar. Karthik is located in Banashankari 3rd Stage, Bangalore. Karthik takes Online Classes- via online medium. He has 10 years of teaching experience . HeĀ is well versed in Hindi, Malayalam and English.

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