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    Classes can be directed to various stages of  musical  language. From beginners,  who  have  never had contact with music lessons, without age limits, modules to arrangements and improvisation, directed to various instruments.


   Private  lessons  of  guitar  acoustic  and  electric  guitar  can be face or online via videoconference, in  real time (Via Skype) 

lasting  1 Hour,  individualized. Both  for tutoring and for online classes, the teaching material is the same. What differs are the courses as each instrument



The following courses are offered:




   The guitar acoustic and electric guitar lessons of this module is directed to people with little or no musical knowledge.


  • Topics  covered: Basic technique of left  hand  and   right  hand,  posture,  musical  theory,  initiation   to  reading  music, musicalizacion, musical perception, chords  (Reading  basic  and  tablature figures),  basic   rhythms ,  coordination  and repertoire formation. 





   Directed to people who   already have  some  experience  with  the instrument or even for experienced musicians wishing to broaden their knowledge.


   With free content, the   lessons  of  this  module   are  prepared   in  accordance  with  the  needs   and  aspirations  of  each student and,  according to their level of theoretical knowledge and your experience with the instrument.


  • Topics  covered: Left hand and right  hand  techniques, mapping the instrument arm tool by typing scales, arpeggios and chords, musical  theory,  musical perception, improvisation, harmonic-functional analysis and repertoire formation.



ADVANCED (Functional Harmony and Improvisation) 


   This module is open to  all  instrumentalists  who  are  interested in starting and deepen their knowledge about harmony and improvisation.


   During the course   students   learn:  Formation   of   harmonic   fields, melodic   and  harmonic  analysis,  chord  scales,  re-harmonization and the practical applications of these and many other concepts in improvisation and composition.


   In joining this module  students  must   have  extensive    knowledge  of  music  theory  and  a  good practical training on the instrument.





   In this module the student chooses the subject, date, time and duration of the lesson.


  This format is most recommended for people who have little time available and whose schedule does not allow commitments

to ffixed weekly schedules or fortnightly and still want to improve their knowledge and skills.