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Guitar Beginning 1   

Learn the standard tuning of a six-string guitar, including the names of the open strings and the note names of the frets up to the 5th fret on each string. Learn the major and minor chord forms in the first position, plus how to read standard music notation, including basic rhythms, time signatures, and chord symbols. Apply all of this to several recognizable folk songs. Required text: Hal Leonard Guitar Method Book I with CD by Will Schmid and Greg Koch. This book is available on amazon.com. Please bring to class the required text, a six-string guitar, medium-gauge guitar picks, and a music stand.

 

Guitar Beginning 1   Class already in session...it is possible that the teacher may allow a late registration.  Please call the office at 941-361-6590.
Item: MG1002 John Kendall
Sa 10/5/2019 - 11/23/2019  *Please check with the ACE office to be sure the class has met its minimum before purchasing material(s).
Required textbook(s) : Hal Leonard Guitar Method Book I with CD by Will Schmid and Greg Koch.
Purchase online.
Material(s) : Bring to class the required text, a six-string guitar, medium-gauge guitar picks, and a music stand.
 
 

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