Guitar – Intermediates

COURSE AIM:  With the use of full barre chords to explore various keys and closed position scales, popular songs are analysed in greater depth to enhance the guitarist’s skills with other experienced players.

COURSE DESCRIPTION:The course provides students with a basic approach on how to play the guitar.  No qualifications are needed to take part, simply an interest in the subject. Though the course is open to requests and suggestions, the tutor provides them with the basics they will need.

WHAT ARE THE ENTRY REQUIREMENTS? Suitable for students who have progressed through the beginners course and improvers course..

COURSE INFORMATION: 

DAYSTART TIMEFINISH TIMENO OF WEEKSLEVELSTART DATEFINISH DATEHOLIDAY DATEFULL PRICE*
MONDAY19.0021.0010INTERMEDIATE / ADVANCED08/01/201819/03/201819/02/2018£69.00*

*There are concessions available. Telephone for details

DO I NEED ANYTHING FOR THE FIRST CLASS?  An acoustic or electric guitar, perhaps an amplifier. Proof of PAT testing is required. Learners are required to bring a pen and paper.

Please inform Learning4Life at time of booking of any special needs or requirements.

ENROLMENT    How do I enrol?      VENUE:  The Wordsley School.     01384 816043

If Learning4Life are unable to recruit the minimum number required for this class, we reserve the right to cancel. Full refunds will be offered in these circumstances.

Here’s what students have said about the course:

“I find the course most inspiring. I learn a lot from the tutor who always has time and patience”,   “Superb Course. The tutor is very good, planned and delivers the course in a measured understandable style”  “Tutor is excellent. Explains things in a way you can understand.”  “An excellent course, excellent tuition. An enjoyable experience and my guitar playing has improved” “Gavin makes the class fresh all the time…I always learn something new” “I never believed I could learn how to play a guitar”  “I really enjoy the weekly challenges I am set” “Gavin is great, I love the class, being retired it gives me a new interest”