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How To Begin With Music Theory?
Hello,I find it unusual when anybody asks me to teach them a certain melody or song. Although it's beneficial for a guitarist, it only gives a small set of options. These new methods of learning only provide...

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Parts of the Guitar
Parts of the Acoustic Guitar: The bridge holds the ends of the strings in place. The guitar body amplifies the sound and sends it out through the sound hole. The pick guard protects the guitar body from...

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Shailesh Pratap Singh | 03 Jun

budy u hv to first download a baisic guitar theory pdf file from the internet .. and u hv to learn the basic techniqs ... after this u hvto find a good guitar techer.. to learn the guitar this is a best way for u

Chris Milner | 05 Jun

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Vinay | 01 May

Basic course in one month -- Rs. 2000. Advance course in 3 months -- Rs. 4500.

Rudrarup Banerjee | 18 May

It mainly depends on person to person based on experience. Home tuitions generally varies from Rs. 500 to Rs. 2000. House visits are different.


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Sanchit Jain | 31 Jan

3 months

Arvind Samuel | 02 Mar

It depends on your practice time but if you follow instructions of your coach for sure you will learn the basics in three months.


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Deepak Malhotra | 17 Jan

Completely depends on how much you practice. The instrument gives back what you give to it. Also I feel one keeps on learning. Yes you could start playing chords of your favourite songs in 2 months dedicated practice time.

Mithun Taksande | 20 Jan

If you are looking for just the guitar without any effects processors, It'll hardly take about 3-4 months and along with the effect processor another 1-2 months. This duration is to achieve minimum basic playing knowledge. The more you practice the more proficient would would become. It depends a lot on the kind of trainer you are learning from and the way of teaching and practicing.


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Nirbhay Acharya | 19 Jan

For me modes are just another scale like major and minor. Every scale and mode has a different feelings and emotions in it. When you listen to a major scale or a song composed using major scale, you'll get a happy feeling and for minor scales you'll get a sad, emotional or may be an aggressive feel.same way modes also gives u different emotions and feelings and it is up to you, how you interpret yourself to those feelings of the desired mode and compose a song using the modes. For example if u want to compose a song which has a tension in it, you would use a Phrygian mode and so on.

Rudrarup Banerjee | 18 May

Modal theory is a study of alternate tonic of the root scale. The tonic varies to other notes of the scale so that we get different modes of it.

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