Have you always wanted to learn to play guitar?
Our fantastic guitar teachers can help you achieve your musical goals, whether that’s to ace a graded guitar exam by Rockschool or Trinity College London, or simply to play your favourite music pieces ‘like a rock star.’
Why Take Guitar Lessons at Joy Music Studio in Singapore?
At Joy Music Studio,
- We offer guitar lessons for students of ALL AGES at various competency levels.
- Our fantastic guitar teachers are passionate musicians and performers themselves. They will teach you how to read notation, master your technique, and be creative.
- Advanced students will also learn to improvise and create their own guitar solos.
- Our guitar lessons are flexible and able to cater to each student's learning pace and style.
- We offer individual lessons and group guitar classes, and even short-term workshops!
We offer guitar lessons for classical guitar, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, and bass guitar.
Which type of Guitar Lesson is right for you?
Do you want to take a Graded Exam on Guitar?
Our excellent guitar teachers can confidently prepare students to get glowing marks using the Rockschool UK curriculum or with RGT@LCM (Registry of Guitar Tutors at London College of Music).
But don’t just take our word for it…
So, which guitar should you choose⎯Acoustic, Classical, Electric or Bass?
Here are two things to consider when choosing a guitar:
1. Styles of music you want to play.
Each type of guitar has unique characteristics which make it best suited for certain genres of music. We recommend that you choose a guitar that is best suited to your preferred musical style.
For a comprehensive list of music styles suited to each guitar type, check out the blog article, “Choosing a Guitar: Acoustic, Classical, or Electric?” by Jason Sagebiel of Sage Music School.
2. Physical considerations.
- Classical guitar, due to its light weight and lower string tension, is recommended for young children.
- Adults with short fingers may find an acoustic guitar easier to handle than a classical guitar due to its narrower guitar neck.
- People with left shoulder, upper back, or rotator cuff injuries should consider the weight or the thickness of a guitar body, which can make one guitar type better suited to their physical condition.
Once you have decided on the styles of music that you most want to play, we can help you choose the type of guitar best suited for you!