Guitar Lessons in Tokyo
Have you been thinking about taking guitar lessons in Tokyo? Are you looking to try something fun and fulfilling in your free time? Do you want to be able to play your favorite tunes for your friends at parties? Maybe you’re confused about how to get started.
Well, don’t “fret”. I can help you learn to play guitar quickly with fun and easy lessons in central Tokyo. I teach various styles including classical, rock and steel string acoustic. I’m based near Omotesando and Nishi-Azabu which my students find convenient to get to. Beginners are more than welcome so don’t be shy about starting!
I’ve been playing guitar for over 20 years and graduated from London university in musicology, performance, conducting and composition.
Here’s some more information for you:
Lesson fee: 4500 yen for one hour
Location: Nishi-Azabu (Nearest stations, Omotesando, Gaienmae, Nogizaka)
To find out more just send me an email at alexbooke(at)gmail.com
Or if you have some questions, just post them to me in the contact form below to find out more and ask any questions you might have.
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