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Fine Tuning Music Lessons

Offering private guitar lessons for electric and acoustic guitars, Fine Tuning helps learners from beginners to the advanced practice their musical skills.

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What is the average ability level of your students?

Most of my students are beginners or intermediate. A lot of people like the idea of learning how to play the guitar. So naturally, I have a lot of novice students, both adults and children. Kids often learn to play an instrument at school and many of them want to improve their skills outside of class. I also have a lot of adult students who have decided later on in life that they want to learn how to play the guitar, or want to pick up where they left off as a child.

How long is each lesson?

Most lessons are around an hour in length, as any longer than that can be tiring for beginners. But lessons can be longer, for example, an hour and a half or two hours. This is useful if a student is preparing for a music exam and concert, as they can fit more practice in. Normally students will have a weekly lesson, but sometimes twice or three times a week if necessary. It really depends on what they need from their classes and in what time frame.

What types of lessons do you offer?

Because of the variety of my students, I offer lots of different types of guitar lessons. Students can choose between one-to-one lessons and group classes, or even two-to-one sessions. I also offer online lessons for students who cannot make it face-to-face every week. I try to fit around my students and their needs to make my lessons as accessible as possible.

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