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My School Of Rock

My School Of Rock (The Guitar Academy),#1 3rd Cross 5th A Block Kormangala 560034 Bangalore Phone No:+91 9483506398

My School Of Rock

My School Of Rock (The Guitar Academy),#1 3rd Cross 5th A Block Kormangala 560034 Bangalore Phone No:+91 9483506398

My School Of Rock

My School Of Rock (The Guitar Academy),#1 3rd Cross 5th A Block Kormangala 560034 Bangalore Phone No:+91 9483506398

My School Of Rock

My School Of Rock (The Guitar Academy),#1 3rd Cross 5th A Block Kormangala 560034 Bangalore Phone No:+91 9483506398

My School Of Rock

My School Of Rock (The Guitar Academy),#1 3rd Cross 5th A Block Kormangala 560034 Bangalore Phone No:+91 9483506398

Things You Can and Can't Learn From Online Guitar Lessons - Music Lessons Bangalore

It has never been easier to find guitar lessons online.  There are thousands, and new lessons are added every day. There are also countless tabs and song guides. But students who learn guitar online often struggle with some "missing pieces" in their musical learning. That's because these pieces are most often learned from playing with more experienced musicians, or from a teacher. And although anyone can find guitar lessons online, not everybody has access to experienced musicians. 

Last year, we set out to create a new online guitar learning site. We wanted to find out what was currently missing out there in the "lessonscape" and fill in some gaps. 

Guitar players who primarily learn online often report at least one of these issues:
Challenges With Online Lessons

Lack of clear structure. The lesson landscape was full of learning examples, but guidance for navigating through this landscape was lacking. Because each student learns at a different pace, is interested in learning different materials, and has a different overall level of ability, it's impossible to give the same practice plan to every student. 

Lack of feedback. Learners reported that, without a teacher, they weren't sure if what they were doing was correct. Most were aware that their guitar habits might be formed over many years, and were wary of spending so much time building "bad" habits.

So there are benefits to having a private teacher, especially if you find one that can offer you these missing pieces. 

But you can definitely learn a lot by yourself if you're committed. And no matter what resources you have available, the most important thing is what you practice, how you practice, and how often you practice.
What Is the Internet Best at Teaching?  Studying on the Internet can be an important part of learning-central, even. Here are some of the things the Internet is best at providing:

Limitless songs. Although you have to be careful when learning tabs to make sure that you're getting accurate information, no teacher has a library of songs that matches the number found on the Internet. Most teachers will gladly use tabs and charts printed from online, so long as they appear to be accurate.

Guitar Fretboard Knowledge. Diagrams of chords, scales and arpeggios are plentiful. 

Techniques and tricks. No one teacher is familiar with the techniques and tricks used in every style. Thankfully you can find passable demonstrations of almost every technique somewhere out there. 
Why You Should Consider Guitar Lessons Using the web, you can usually find WHAT you want to learn, and hopefully you can also teach yourself HOW to play it. But playing with other musicians and learning from a teacher are useful in helping you understand WHY. And that's an important step in deconstructing what you're doing, setting your priorities, and deciding what you need to work on during today's practice.

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Top 5 Tips For Guitarists - Guitar Classes/Lessons Koramangala Bangalore

Top 5 Tips For Guitarists
1)  Only play what you want to play

“Don’t judge yourself while playing. This is something that came from Lennie Tristano. His idea was that if you’re constantly saying to yourself things like, ‘Oh, that’s no good. I should have played the F instead of the F#,' you’re never really living in the moment; you’re not improvising fully and expressing yourself and embracing the idea that music is an art form.

2) Never play with pain
“This is extremely important. If you’re whipping out that metronome every day and you’re playing two- and three-octave scales up and down the neck, at some point if you go, ‘Ow! My wrist hurts,’ then you should stop. 

 3)  Learn something new each month
“This is an easygoing yet difficult parameter to maintain for practicing. It’s easy, of course, to play something that somebody taught you 10 years ago and to practice it over and over. Every time you play it well, it’s like you’re patting yourself on the back. 

4) Experience imitating other players
“The long way of saying this is ‘Experience imitating other players and develop an opinion of what you like and don’t like, and then build your sound and style.’ That’s a mouthful, so let’s break it down.

5) Listen to music like a music lover, not like a player
“One of the things that can skew the development of a point of view about somebody’s artistic statements is when you forget that the people who listen to music aren’t playing it. It’s easy to get so caught up in the details of something that you lose the forest for the trees.

Music Theory - Guitar Koramangala Bangalore

There are essentially two things you need to understand in order to become highly creative and express emotions in music:
  1. You have to understand the manner in which great guitar players and musicians ‘think’. More specifically, this means determining WHY they choose the specific notes and musical ideas that they do. This is something that you cannot learn if you simply copy the “notes” of your favorite songs and guitar solos. Rather than just playing the same notes as other musicians, you must spend time thinking about the musical emotions you want to express, and what specific musical choices you need to make to achieve that goal. Once you gain this level of musical creativity, you will develop your own unique sound as it relates to the ideas and emotions that come from your mind.
  2. You must know how specific musical emotions can be created and expressed by making certain musical choices while composing music or playing a guitar solo. Additionally, you need to be able to make your audience understand exactly what emotions you want to express with your music, without having to say a single word. Many guitarists struggle greatly with doing this and as a result they end up limited to only playing the music of others without ever really expressing themselves through their guitar playing.
If you want to truly master musical creativity, you will need to learn how to use music theory. Unfortunately, most guitar players have one of two misconceptions about what music theory IS. Some people stay away from theory because they believe it contains unbreakable “rules” that will limit their freedom of musical expression. Other guitar players think that the purpose of music theory is only to learn abstract ideas about all the nuts and bolts that make up music.
The truth is, music theory is neither of these things. Music theory is the idea of connecting one’s thoughts, feelings, and emotions together through musical expression. It is the ability to explain WHY we feel emotions in music, and how we can continue to use musical creativity to recreate our emotions.
Here are the most important skills you will get from learning music theory:
  1. Music theory will help you understand exactly why you feel the way you do when you listen to any given piece of music. The best part is that you will then be able to use this knowledge in your own musical expression to make much higher quality music.
  2. You will no longer have to waste time trying to find the “right notes” when making your own music. You will be able to quickly identify the exact musical elements needed to express your emotions in music. This will put your level of musical creativity far ahead of most guitarists and musicians who simply play around on their instrument until something sounds interesting.
  3. Music theory gives you all the equipment you need to put together new musical ideas much more quickly, without having to rely on remembering the way something sounds. Having the ability to associate specific feelings and emotions with the musical tools needed to express them allows you to compose and organize entire sections of your music on paper (or by ear) before even playing any notes.
  4. When you understand exactly which musical choices to make in order to accurately convey a certain musical emotion, you will be able to anticipate how people will interpret your music.

Why Do People Given Up While learning to play the Guitar?

Why do people not enjoy learning to play guitar enough to keep at it?
Here are some of the more typical answers to these questions. People often say that they:
  • don't have the talent;
  • just too busy;
  • don't have the necessary drive or desire;
  • know they have to stick with it, but it's just too hard;
  • it turns out it's just "not my thing."
There are of course some people who make excuses, who are not committed, who aren't willing to do what it takes, but I'm not writing this article to point the finger at anyone who may seem to have these symptoms. I don't wish you to read this only to find out that there are "winners" and there are "losers" and if you don't do such and such then you're a "loser." This is not the way I roll.

I'll say it simply - people quit because they're not having enough fun with it. The fact is, learning a musical instrument should be fun! And that, taking the correct approach is what will make or break the fun factor.

When thinking about having fun playing guitar, one of the first thoughts that comes to mind for many people, is that of impressing others who hear and see you play. This may seem vain, but let's be real. 95% of us feel this way. And it's perfectly healthy, as long as you have a reasonable grip on reality.

Close behind this or perhaps at the same time are the cool vibes, excitement or even euphoria we experience with certain pieces of music while listening, but then to be playing it? Wow! Even just to play this music alone with no one listening may be fantastic already, but then to be able to share it with an audience, to do it really well, and be the envy of your peers? Wow and double wow! Seriously.

But the fun doesn't end there. And most importantly, it doesn't start there.

Whether it be status, recognition, attracting people to you, or the pleasure, excitement, euphoria, some or all of these things together, these things are products of you being able to play your instrument.

The other fun that I want to tell you about is a different kind of fun. This kind of fun is more crucial to your enjoyment, and continued success in learning to play.

It is the fun of learning how to do something we didn't know how to do before. I'm not just talking about the sense of accomplishment. The sense of accomplishment is another product of your being able to learn to play.

It is the fun of discovering exactly what needs to happen in order to learn a particular skill and making it happen. In most cases, if we have made a satisfactory effort in developing decent understanding of what it is we're attempting to accomplish, then we have 95% of the job in hand. It is the other 5% of the job that we are not able to figure out yet.

Now here's a sweet idea: learning just what that 5% is, is often enough to get it done! In many cases this is all that is required! Just finding out what it is! And there it is - 100%!

Now this may or may not mean you are now ready to go play rock star and feel the magic glow. However in any event, you are now ready to go to the next level in your learning and developing of this particular item or skill.

In many other cases of course, this 5% may require more than simply identifying the problem area. And here is where our problem solving skills are put to use and given a chance to grow, to build strength, stamina, focus, patience, persistence. This is it people!

This is the real fun. The serious fun. The confident fun. The most useful fun. The skill that we need in order to truly succeed in life! Not just in music, but in all areas of life.

And this is why learning to play music is so good for people. Once we have experienced this on a deeper emotional level then we can naturally feel this way when trying to overcome other challenges that face us. The payoffs are huge. When you apply your problem solving skills in other areas of life the same as you do with music, you are unstoppable!

It was more commonly said in the past that music is simply part of a good education. Why? Because it's true!

Is there something else you can do to grow your brain, and develop your life skills that gives you as much personal pleasure as music? And that gives all those other fantastic products of being able to play? Is there?

Now why do so, so many people not have enough fun when learning to play an instrument? Is it their own fault? Very rarely.

In the vast majority of cases, it is simply the teacher's fault. Fault may be a harsh word. "Shortcomings" may sound more reasonable. It's not realistic on your part to expect every teacher to posses the needed skills to make your experience fun.

This is why you need to find not only a good teacher, but the best teacher you can find. A teacher who understands you, your personality, your learning style, your goals, your aspirations. If your goals and aspirations are not clear, then it is just as important that the teacher help you to start developing your sense of what you truly want to accomplish.

Once you have found this teacher and established a good student/teacher relationship, you will be willing and able to do whatever they instruct you to do in order to achieve your goals. You will then be achieving them. You will then be... having fun!

Chords - Guitar Classes and Music Lessons Koramangala Bangalore

Chords You Need To Know !!

Major Chords

A chordC chordD chordE chordF chordG chord

Minor Chords

Am chordBm chordCm chordDm chordEm chordFm chordGm chord

Seventh Chords

A7 chordB7 chordC7 chordD7 chordE7 chordG7 chord

Minor Seventh Chords

Am7 chordBm7 chordDm7 chordEm7 chordFm7 chordGm7 chord

Major Seventh Chords

Amaj7 chordCmaj7 chordDmaj7 chordEmaj7 chordFmaj7 chordGmaj7 chord

Suspended Four Chords

Asus4 chordDsus4 chordEus4 chordGsus4 chord

Suspended Two Chords

Asus2 chordDsus2 chord

Add 9 Chords

Cadd9 chordGadd9 chord


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