In a guitar lesson, students embark on a multifaceted journey through the world of guitar playing, regardless of the type—acoustic, classical, or electric. Beginning with the basics of guitar anatomy, posture, and hand positioning, they learn essential techniques such as strumming, fingerpicking, and fretting.

In a ukulele lesson, students embark on an engaging exploration of this charming and versatile instrument. Beginning with the basics of ukulele anatomy, tuning, and proper posture, they learn essential techniques such as strumming, fingerpicking, and chord formations. Students are introduced to fundamental music theory concepts, including notes, chords, and rhythm, providing a solid foundation for their musical journey.

What is the difference between Classical, Acoustic and Electric Guitar?

Classical Guitar

  • Nylon strings
  • Wider neck
  • Fingerstyle playing technique
  • Classical, flamenco, and fingerstyle genres
  • Produces a warm, mellow tone suitable for intricate melodies and complex harmonies

Acoustic Guitar

  • Steel strings
  • Slimmer neck
  • Strumming chords
  • Folk, country, and singer-songwriter styles
  • Resonant sound is projected acoustically, making it versatile for solo performances or accompanying vocals

Electric Guitar

  • Utilizes magnetic pickups and amplification
  • Use often in contemporary music, for solos, riffs, and improvisation
  • Ideal for rock, blues, jazz, and pop music
  • Produces a wide range of tones, from clean to distorted


  • One-to-one guidance in a group setting
  • At least 7 years old
  • 60 minutes per lesson
  • Maximum of 7 students in a class
  • For individual lessons, please contact us to find out more


  • Wednesday – Friday
    • From 6:30pm
  • Saturday & Sunday
    • From 10am