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Suitable for those with over a year's playing experience in folk and pop styles (preferably having attended Acoustic Guitar 2A). Further develop your barre chords, strumming and picking skills, and ability to read music notation. This course is a continuation from Acoustic Guitar 2A and therefore requires tutor approval and you are unable to enrol for it online. Please contact the Music department on 020 7450 1838 or email us at email@example.com for guidance on how you can get approval.
Listening to tutor explanation and demonstration Group tuition and group performance Playing to and with others in the class In order to ensure that you make the best possible progress on your course, you will receive regular feedback in a constructive and supportive environment.
To have ideally completed Acoustic Guitar 2A or have equivalent playing experience at that level. Prior to this course students will have successfully played open major, minor and 7th chords and are currently in a position where they are looking to increase their chord library. Students should have previously played arpeggio style finger picking; have previously attempted left-hand articulations: - hammer, pull off, and slides; should be able to read guitar tab and 16th note rhythm representation (or willing to engage in additional study to achieve required level).
You will need to be willing and able to do short, regular practice sessions between classes: at least 15-20 minutes, at least 4 times a week.
6-string acoustic guitar , A4 folder Notebook/Progression Diary Pencil and Eraser Capo All sheet music and learning resources will be provided
This course continues in Term 3.