What is NOISE Guitar Class?
NOISE Guitar Class is the best and most enjoyable way to learn how to play guitar without the pressure of exams and assessed performances. Being able to read music is not a necessity and there are no limits on age or genre.
There are sessions for acoustic, electric and bass guitar. You learn the techniques and songs that you want to learn and you can follow the class individually or in small groups.
What do i need?
The only thing you need is enthousiasm. Having your own instrument Je eigen instrument is also a benefit voordeel, mainly so that you can practice at home, but there is also a practice guitar available for during the lesson. There is also a guitar available for childern in their size.
10 or 20 sessions
You can choose between a series of 10 or 20 sessions. There is also the option to record a song in the last lessons of the series. With this you can show everyone what you have learned.
Every session lasta an hour, but for small children the timing of the sessions can be adjusted. 10 sessions of an hour then become 20 sessions of a half hour, for the same price. Each sessions is tracked on a stamp card so that if you are unable to attend for oone lesson then you won't miss out on your total lessons.
Sessions with recording
There are 3 lessons forseen for the recording of a song that you have learned and the mixing of the recording by the teacher is included in the price.
It's suggested that beginners start with a 10 session card without recording included, in order to learn and practice the necessary tecniques.
NOISE offers a short series of 6 sessions over the summer holidays, so that you can keep making music or start following a class. The lesson schedule can be adjusted to fit around holiday plans.
NOISE takes place in:
Lessons take place on weekdays between 18:00 and 21:00 and in the weekend between 10:00 and 17:00.
Ready to make NOISE?
Get in contact with Louis B Burrows to make an appointment for a free half an hour lesson to get to know each other.
Mobile: 0470 10 63 23