Free Guitar Frenzy Workshop: The Art of Acoustic Guitar
By PAUL BOTHNER MUSIC | November 19, 2017
Join Kody Chetty as he guides you on an in-depth journey into The Art of Acoustic Guitar. This FREE Guitar Frenzy workshop is ideal for anyone who wants to refine their acoustic playing.
Where: Glenwood Village Music
Shop 101/102, Glenwood Village Centre
Corner of Che Guevara Rd & Hunt Rd
When:25 November 2017
For more info call (0)31 202 7755 or drop us an email
The acoustic guitar is a different instrument to the electric guitar. Sure, they’re tuned the same. And yes, you can play a lot of songs on both. But, when it comes down to the actual mastery of the instrument, they are fundamentally different.
The style of chords you play, the nuance of strumming in different positions, the actual tone of the instrument. These are things that a serious acoustic player needs to consider in order to excel.
What to Expect
During this FREE “Art of Acoustic Guitar” workshop, Kody will discuss various aspects of the serious acoustic guitarist. We will look into:
Different rhythm techniques to make your playing pop
Acoustic specific lead and riff techniques
So, if you are serious about getting your acoustic chops us, then you really don’t want to miss this workshop.
In 1999 Kody Chetty completed his BMus Hons (UKZN/ UDW) in Classical music, composition and music production. Chetty wrote his Thesis on Modern Methods and Techniques of the Guitar. He works or has worked in almost all aspects of the Music Industry including Educator, Businessman, Salesman, Adviser, Designer, Arranger, Director, Manager, Entertainer, Player, and of course Artist.
He is currently the guitar lecturer and Head of Faculty at Campus of Performing Arts Durban.
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