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Rishi Anurag

Karapakkam, Chennai, India - 600097

Rishi Anurag Guitar trainer in Chennai

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Rishi Anurag

Guitarist & Producer with 8+ years of experience...

Karapakkam, Chennai, India - 600097.

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Guitar tutor based in Chennai with experience of 8+ years.
Proficient in teaching western music theory and all forms of guitar performance ranging from pop, rock and blues to more advanced jazz, neo-soul and percussive concepts.
Comprehensive and hand made notes tailored for your specific learning needs will be provided.

Languages Spoken

English Proficient

Hindi Proficient

Education

Inidra Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) 2015

Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)

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Karapakkam, Chennai, India - 600097

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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

8

Genre of guitars taught

Acoustic, Bass, Electric

Age groups catered to

Above 25 yrs, 10 yrs to 25 yrs, Below 10 yrs

Demo classes provided

Yes

Type of classes

Individual classes, Group classes

Music genres taught

Indian Film music, Country Folk, Jazz & Blues, Western Classical, Rock & Roll

Outcomes catered to

Learn basics of playing a guitar, Learn a specific song, Learn specific skills: Plucking, Chord progression etc, Formal training to earn certification for a particular music grade level, Learn to play as an accompaniment to singing

Ownership of equipment is compulsory

Yes

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Short Video Showcasing Neo-Soul...

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Short Lesson On Jazz Phrasing with...

Short Lesson On Altered Tuning and...

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Reviews (13)

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4.8 out of 5.0 13 reviews

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"Have decided to go with Rishi after speaking to several other tutors. As a beginner, I appreciate his guidance in approaching the classes right. His classes are well structured and Thorough on basics. He is very patient and friendly. "

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"Rishi sir is a very friendly and amazing teacher. He explains everything very clearly. I started as a beginner and now I have learnt much about music theory and guitar skills in just 1-2 months. I am eager to continue my classes so that I could learn much more. I strongly recommend everyone to join his course. "

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"Rishi has been extremely patient with me. He gives equal attention to both theory and practical. I could understand how he changed his teaching style to make sure I enjoy it to the fullest. I would highly recommend Rishi. He's polite and teaches in a very comforting way. Obviously, he's highly skilled at the guitar as well but as a teacher, he's the kind you wish all your school teachers were like. "

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"Rishi understands your needs and I have been taking classes from last 2 months and he has cleared a lot of my doubts about advance guitar theory and playing. "

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FAQs

1. What genre of guitar do you teach ?

Acoustic, Bass and Electric

2. Do I need to bring my own equipment?

Yes

3. Which classes do you teach?

I teach Guitar, Music Production and Music Theory Classes.

4. Do you provide a demo class?

Yes, I provide a paid demo class.

5. How many years of experience do you have?

I have been teaching for 8 years.

Answers by Rishi (4)

Answered on 02 Mar Music

Hi Kunal, Guitar tabs provide you with instructions on how to play a melody, whereas when you strum, you're playing chords, which are the harmony behind the melody, and in some cases, have a melody running on the upper structure of a chord. Guitar tabs tell you which fret to play at which string. The... ...more

Hi Kunal,

Guitar tabs provide you with instructions on how to play a melody, whereas when you strum, you're playing chords, which are the harmony behind the melody, and in some cases, have a melody running on the upper structure of a chord.

Guitar tabs tell you which fret to play at which string. The bottom most line on the tab is the thickest (Low E) string, and the upper most line is the thinnest (high e) string. Then just play the fret at the string it tells you to and you're playing a melody!

 

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Answered on 21 Jan Music/Instrumental Music

Kadence is relatively new in the guitar manufacturing industry while Yamaha has been making amazing guitars for many years now. I would advise an F310 if you're a beginner since it will undoubtedly be a great guitar.For more experienced players, always play the guitar before buying it. It should feel... ...more

Kadence is relatively new in the guitar manufacturing industry while Yamaha has been making amazing guitars for many years now. I would advise an F310 if you're a beginner since it will undoubtedly be a great guitar.
For more experienced players, always play the guitar before buying it. It should feel right in your hands, and you should love the sound of it. You might connect more to an inexpensive guitar while the connection might be missing in even a Martin or a Taylor.
F310 will last you the test of time, my experience with Kadence has not been great. I got a Kadence Slowhand, and it had some manufacturing defects. Not saying that the guitars are bad, but there's a slight gamble there. I use Kadence products every day (stands, cables, strings, etc.), and they're perfect, however, I still think they need a couple of years of guitar manufacturing experience to be at par with a manufacturer like Yamaha.

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Answered on 21 Jan Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar

It is advisable to have your own guitar so you can practice by yourself. The biggest part of learning any instrument is practicing, because if you don't practice, you will not get better! So get yourself a guitar even if the tutor is providing you with one.
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Answered on 09/09/2019 Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar

Hi Srinu! The fundamentals of music will remain same whether it's Indian classical or Western music, it's just that the approach and theories of music differ within the respective styles of music. It's easier to start with Western music because there's an abundance of teachers, online lessons, dedicated... ...more

Hi Srinu!

The fundamentals of music will remain same whether it's Indian classical or Western music, it's just that the approach and theories of music differ within the respective styles of music. It's easier to start with Western music because there's an abundance of teachers, online lessons, dedicated websites and support. If a person's fundamentals are clear and they have strong basics and a good musical vocabulary, they'll be able to understand and play any style of music. :)

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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

8

Genre of guitars taught

Acoustic, Bass, Electric

Age groups catered to

Above 25 yrs, 10 yrs to 25 yrs, Below 10 yrs

Demo classes provided

Yes

Type of classes

Individual classes, Group classes

Music genres taught

Indian Film music, Country Folk, Jazz & Blues, Western Classical, Rock & Roll

Outcomes catered to

Learn basics of playing a guitar, Learn a specific song, Learn specific skills: Plucking, Chord progression etc, Formal training to earn certification for a particular music grade level, Learn to play as an accompaniment to singing

Ownership of equipment is compulsory

Yes

Music Theory classes 5.0

Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in Music Theory classes

8

Music Production Training 5.0

Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in Music Production Training

1

Teaching Experience in detail in Music Production Training

Basic production training using Presonus Studio One: 1. How to record guitar, bass, vocals and create a mix. 2. How to make beats in using various software plug-ins using Studio One (applicable to any DAW). 3. How to use a MIDI controller. 4. How to use EQ, Compression, Reverb and other effects to make your mix sound better.

Answers by Rishi (4)

Answered on 02 Mar Music

Hi Kunal, Guitar tabs provide you with instructions on how to play a melody, whereas when you strum, you're playing chords, which are the harmony behind the melody, and in some cases, have a melody running on the upper structure of a chord. Guitar tabs tell you which fret to play at which string. The... ...more

Hi Kunal,

Guitar tabs provide you with instructions on how to play a melody, whereas when you strum, you're playing chords, which are the harmony behind the melody, and in some cases, have a melody running on the upper structure of a chord.

Guitar tabs tell you which fret to play at which string. The bottom most line on the tab is the thickest (Low E) string, and the upper most line is the thinnest (high e) string. Then just play the fret at the string it tells you to and you're playing a melody!

 

Answers 85 Comments
Dislike Bookmark

Answered on 21 Jan Music/Instrumental Music

Kadence is relatively new in the guitar manufacturing industry while Yamaha has been making amazing guitars for many years now. I would advise an F310 if you're a beginner since it will undoubtedly be a great guitar.For more experienced players, always play the guitar before buying it. It should feel... ...more

Kadence is relatively new in the guitar manufacturing industry while Yamaha has been making amazing guitars for many years now. I would advise an F310 if you're a beginner since it will undoubtedly be a great guitar.
For more experienced players, always play the guitar before buying it. It should feel right in your hands, and you should love the sound of it. You might connect more to an inexpensive guitar while the connection might be missing in even a Martin or a Taylor.
F310 will last you the test of time, my experience with Kadence has not been great. I got a Kadence Slowhand, and it had some manufacturing defects. Not saying that the guitars are bad, but there's a slight gamble there. I use Kadence products every day (stands, cables, strings, etc.), and they're perfect, however, I still think they need a couple of years of guitar manufacturing experience to be at par with a manufacturer like Yamaha.

Answers 55 Comments
Dislike Bookmark

Answered on 21 Jan Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar

It is advisable to have your own guitar so you can practice by yourself. The biggest part of learning any instrument is practicing, because if you don't practice, you will not get better! So get yourself a guitar even if the tutor is providing you with one.
Answers 61 Comments
Dislike Bookmark

Answered on 09/09/2019 Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar

Hi Srinu! The fundamentals of music will remain same whether it's Indian classical or Western music, it's just that the approach and theories of music differ within the respective styles of music. It's easier to start with Western music because there's an abundance of teachers, online lessons, dedicated... ...more

Hi Srinu!

The fundamentals of music will remain same whether it's Indian classical or Western music, it's just that the approach and theories of music differ within the respective styles of music. It's easier to start with Western music because there's an abundance of teachers, online lessons, dedicated websites and support. If a person's fundamentals are clear and they have strong basics and a good musical vocabulary, they'll be able to understand and play any style of music. :)

Answers 59 Comments
Dislike Bookmark

Rishi Anurag describes himself as Guitarist & Producer with 8+ years of experience in music.. He conducts classes in Guitar, Music Production and Music Theory. Rishi is located in Karapakkam, Chennai. Rishi takes at students Home, Regular Classes- at his Home and Online Classes- via online medium. He has 8 years of teaching experience . Rishi has completed Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) from Inidra Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) in 2015. HeĀ is well versed in English and Hindi. Rishi has got 13 reviews till now with 100% positive feedback.

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