This course is good for bigginer to learn a guitar from zero knowledge of Music. This course descibes the learning Guitar, Reading music language with Staff Notes, it explain the Rythms in Music. Any age people can start learning & start playing songs on Guitar after this course.
People who are not able to join class. can learn guitar with the help of this course & start playing guitar from anywhere in the World
This course contains basic knowledge of Music which is usefull for learning any instrument.
This course is useful to prepare the exams of Trinity College of London.
This course has total 11 topics, which explain the overall structure of Guitar, The string Notes, each string excercise with reading the Music Language, Lessons on each string, Playing songs on each string.
There has been a lot of research done into discovering the intellectual benefits of learning to play a musical instrument. Here of course, we will be applying this research to playing the guitar! The fact is that the more you learn and practice something, the better you become. No matter what the rate of improvement is, you still make progress.
When learning to play an instrument, you may consciously be thinking about enjoying the music and being able to play your favourite songs. However, during this process, your brain is also being trained to operate a certain way, which has lots of beneficial effects on the functioning of your brain, as studies have shown.
Playing The Guitar Is Fun!
Integrating all of these benefits into something that you want to do because it’s fun and makes you feel great, gives your life that something special that can’t really be found anywhere else.
Music Therapy & Self Expression
Playing the guitar can help you to relax and release the stresses of the day. As you progress with learning to play the guitar, you will develop your ability to accurately express and release your emotions through playing, which can be very therapeutic.
Sharpens Your Concentration
Playing the guitar requires you to focus on a lot of aspects simultaneously, ie. pitch, timing, rhythm, fingering, etc. The more you practice your mental muscle of concentration, the easier it becomes.
Increases Your Confidence & Self Esteem
It’s easy to set small goals in music, for example finishing a piece or just playing through to the end of a line of music, which when accomplished will give you a great sense of achievement.
Once you reach the stage of performing music in front of an audience, which takes a certain level of confidence to do so anyway, you reap rewards that can affect many other areas of your life.
Enhances Your Coordination
Playing an instrument requires a certain level of hand-eye coordination, which is of course developed with practice. Reading guitar tablature and/or music involves your brain converting that information into specific motor patterns.