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Basics of Guitar
Hey guys! So first we should all learn about the basic parts of guitar and what they are called. Now picture a normal acoustic Guitar. The top part is known as the 'Head Stock' to which there are 'Tuning...

Ojas Hasabnis | 19 Apr

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Basics of the guitar
First let us learn the basic names of the parts of the guitar. This will help us in getting a better understanding of the instrument. The head has 'tuning tabs'. The 'neck' of the guitar has 'frets' which...

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C major scale sargam Indian classical.
Chart of C major scale sargam 6 5 4 3 2 1 re "0" pa "0" ni "0" sa' "1" ga "2" dha "2" sa "3" ma...

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Rajendra Porandla | 11 Apr

Rs. 3000/Month.

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Heaven | 4 days ago

Rs. 200 per class. basic course complete in 20 days.

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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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Jyotsna Vartak | 21 Jan

I conduct french classes and the fees for these are Rs. 350/- per hour. It takes Approximately 45 to 50 hours to complete each level.

M Raghu Rami Reddy | 03 Feb

Rs. 500 per hour or 1000 per session which include 2 hours class.

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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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Siddhartha Roy Choudhury | 04 Jan

Its kind of like grammar. For any language we follow a grammar pattern. For music modes are mainly the grammar. It sets the mood.

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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.

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