Guitar for Advanced Beginners is designed for busy people to reach their guitar playing goals. The in-person course has, with the help of the best teachers in NYC, been a catalyst for guitar greatness in the lives of thousands of people.
This course comes with full online access to
All for just $119!
Why take this course and how much time does it take to complete?
Do you search the internet for the chords to your favorite songs only to be repeatedly disappointed to find that you can't play them because they use an F chord or a B chord?
Movable barre chords have ended the careers of countless potentially great guitarists before they ever began. That's because holding down all six strings on an acoustic guitar is difficult! With this 10 week course you can avoid the tragic fate of so many students before you and actually master barre chords opening the door to every important chord in the musical universe!
Do I need any previous guitar experience?
Yes! This class is for students who have completed NYC Guitar School courses I - IV or who are otherwise confident and knowledgeable at with open chords, small barre chords like the four finger F chord, four finger chords, and first finger barred A5 and E5 chords, as well as basic eighth note and sixteenth note strumming patterns and right hand techniques like the palm mute and scratching. (If you are almost but not quite ready, take Level IV, Guitar Workshop.)
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We don’t merely teach guitar information. We teach people.
People succeed at guitar when they practice. They practice because they are committed. Their commitment is strengthened when their goals are motivating, when their pathways to achievement are believable and achievable, and when they are supported by other people who care about their success.
As teachers, we succeed when we help our students to identify and behave as guitar players. So we teach kids and adults fundamentals in the context of the music they are inspired by, whether it is Bach or Green Day. We break down long term goals into small and achievable steps. We give our students opportunities to hear others play, to perform, and to experience the positive role model of a teacher who excels in guitar.
Some of our students achieve great success in music. Others find a positive outlet, pastime, or experience which adds to their life. We are happy either way.