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About Play Guitar (MU09 Summer)

Learn the basics or develop your skills and knowledge further while playing in a style of your choosing.

What will you learn on this course?

This course will cover guitar techniques tailored to suit each individual from beginners to advanced. Learning can include identifying notes across the whole fret board, basic improvisation, power chords/movable barre chords, all while playing in the style of your choosing.

Sessions are tailored to suit each individual. Bring your own music and receive feedback and support in developing your guitar playing skills.

In order to progress, students must be prepared to practice between lessons and need access to an instrument to do so.

Note: These are individual 30 minute sessions with the tutor. You will receive 25 minutes teaching and the remaining time for arrival and pack up. The tutor teaches back-to-back sessions, students should arrive 5 minutes before their lesson starts and late comers will lose lesson time. If the tutor is running more than 5 minutes later, make up time will be offered on another occasion.

Who is this course for?

This course is open to both children aged 8+ and adult learners and students of all levels. It is suitable for complete beginners with no previous guitar playing experience, and for improvers who may have had lessons elsewhere or haven’t played for a while.

At the heart of MAC is a focus on accessibility and inclusion. Please contact us to discuss your specific access needs. You do need dexterity in your hands to play the guitar. The room is wheelchair accessible. A support worker or carer may assist; carers must book a complimentary ticket if attending to provide support.

Do you need to bring anything?

You need to bring your own guitar and music.

Are there any additional costs?

You must provide your own instrument and music sheets.

Who teaches this course?

Gary Williams

Dates and times

  • April – July 2025

  • April – July 2025

  • April – July 2025

  • April – July 2025

  • April – July 2025

  • April – July 2025

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  • April – July 2025

  • April – July 2025