This workshop is designed to make beginner level guitar players sound even better, not just by giving tips on how to practice, but giving their current skills a lot of meaning and color.
Why do you add salt and spices to your food? Do you just add it only because you were told to? Of course not. You know what spices does to the food. You know what taste it brings out.
Similarly, do you play scales and chords just because you were asked to or because the internet said so? If yes, this workshop is for you.
Practice makes us better. But it is that smart work clubbed with practice that gives every musician an edge. Imagine using your current basic skills and taking a huge leap towards improving how you sound and play.
The trick is to add soul to your skills.
In this workshop, you will learn:
The magic behind notes
To build all scales on your own
To build all chords on your own
How one scale can build an entire song
To build your own chords
The tricks of picking up songs without using the internet
How to make the same chords sound way better
Learn to play the same songs using chords that are easy
….and much more!
The idea of the workshop is simple. Walk in as a guitar player and walk out a better musician!
P.S – We will have a lot of fun as well
Must be able to play a few basic chords. Eg: A, E, G,C,D,Em, Am etc
Must be at least 14 years old. No upper limit.
Must carry a guitar.
Openness to learn.
Openness to ask questions.
Aditya has been a musician since 2005. He plays the bass, guitar, ukulele and keyboard. He currently plays for a Bangalore based band called FLU.
Aditya has been teaching guitar to kids and adults for overs 5 years. Known for his out-of-the-box teaching methods, his students are never bored of learning something new each class.
Aditya has also composed numerous songs for his band and solo project. With stage experience at venues like Hard Rock Café, The Humming tree etc and also opening for acts like KK, Raghu Dixit and Indian ocean, Aditya brings in his vast experience in his classes and workshops.