Mitcham Guitar Tuition (30-Minutes)
This guitar course we will be tailored to suit your individual needs. From simple chords and scales to advanced modern lead guitar Mitcham Guitar Tuition has you covered. Only an instrument and a positive attitude is required.
Please note that there is a $10 travel fee for home based tutorial. The following suburbs are available for home tuition:
Blackburn, Nunawading, Forest Hill, Heathmont, Ringwood, Doncaster, Box Hill, Forest Hill, Vermont. Please call Neil on 0413 031 385 to discuss.
Set date and time when booking. Classes run 7 days per week. Schedule a session anytime from 9:00am to 8:00pm.
- Learn beginner, intermediate or advanced techniques and theory.
- Learn just for fun, for a school curriculum or prepare for AMEB exams.
- Open chords, bar chords, riffs, scales, techniques and rudiments, modern or traditional repertoire.
- A tailored learning experience
- Class materials like music notation, chord charts, backing tracks
- A fun, passionate environment to learn in
- Just your enthusiasm
All ages, beginner, intermediate, advanced
Vendor sincce 2017
ABOUT MITCHAM GUITAR TUITION
I'm Neil from Mitcham Guitar Tuition. I have been playing the guitar for 25 and teaching for 12 years. I completed a Bachelor of Music at NMIT in 2004 where I studied jazz and contemporary guitar. Since then I have taught the guitar in high schools, primary schools, for various after hours music academies and from client's homes. Since purchasing my own home in Mitcham I have also been teaching from my own person teaching studio.
Every student is different and every person requires a different approach. To truly engage a pupil a teacher must cultivate enthusiasm within the student. Communication at the outset is vital in defining goals. Studying for an AMEB exam may be a perfect way to motivate one student whilst another may be tempted by the social element of joining a rock band with their friends. Mature aged students may feel too embarrassed to simply ask to learn some of their favorite songs thinking they have to learn how to read traditional music notation first, which may not be the case. My goal is to teach my students what is best for them. All it takes is effective communication.