Learn to play the GUITAR at Lorraine Music Academy

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GUITAR Classes & Lessons for children, teenagers, youth & adults

Our Guitar classes, lessons, programs & courses will help you bring out your hidden musical talents. Here, our Guitar classes will help develop your guitar learning skills. At Lorraine Music Academy, our trained guitar teachers will help you to learn guitar playing the right way. Our programs include guitar classes for kids / children and guitar classes for beginners. This also includes guitar lessons for teenagers / youth and guitar lessons for adults.

At Lorraine Music Academy, we believe that if our students can use their hands, then they can play an instrument (if they desire to). Through our Guitar classes, lessons, education programs and courses we bring to our students musical experiences and musical memories. These memories will last for a life time. Thus, we expose our students to wide range of musical and creative opportunities to train, excel and develop great boldness. Likewise, we expose them through our training programs, workshops, recitals, concerts and public performances. Through music education we wish to provide children with social, knowledge and skill development opportunities. Also, we aim to promote in them a sense of self-esteem, success and pride. Hence we maintain a special learning environment designed to provide a rich and rewarding musical experience for each student.

We have different programs for students to learn the Guitar ranging from the Beginners level to Grade-8 level. Here we have a faculty of internationally qualified musicians under the talented headship of Lorraine Fiona Aloysius. She is the Creative Director & Principal of Lorraine Music Academy. Also, Lorraine oversees a regular visiting faculty. They come in from across the globe including some of the top global Colleges of Music & Drama. They teach our students during various periods of the year.

Importance & Relevance of our Guitar Graded Exams

As our student’s Guitar instrumental skills progress, growth in music theory and musicianship becomes more and more important. It is certainly important in helping him / her to perform with sensitivity, understanding and confidence. Lorraine Music Academy aims to give all our students a thorough understanding of the building blocks of music. This is done by firstly starting with the basics of rhythm and notes. Then next going on to cover harmony and counterpoint, composition, and a broad knowledge of western music. It includes composers and their works, structure, style and period. They are also trained to prepare for scales and arpeggios, sight-reading and aural tests.
Programs and courses offered in Guitar include:

  • Classical Guitar
  • Rock & Pop Guitar
  • Bass Guitar

Guitar Course Assessments through Globally recognized Examinations:

Here at Lorraine Music Academy, we assess all our students through periodic Internal Exams. This is an integral part of our Guitar Courses. Furthermore, we also prepare our students for International Exams. World renowned & globally accredited organizations conduct these exams at our Music Learning Centres. They are Trinity College London, U.K., Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (A.B.R.S.M.), U.K., RockSchool, U.K. and London College of Music, U.K.

Guitar – Exams & Grades:

Indeed, graded Guitar Music Exams are great for improving a full range of skills and techniques. Moreover, they are great for learning new styles of music and also nurturing your musical skills. Grade Exams and Performance Certificates are available from Entry Level (Debut) up to Grade 8.

It is necessary for a student to possess a GUITAR of their own, in order to practice at home. Regular practice at home is important after each learning session at the Lorraine Music Academy Center. It is important because the student needs to get ready for the next learning session.

Join us on this journey to making guitar learning fun. Play your heart out on the guitar and hear the applause.

Transform yourself within 30 weeks to be a talented musician of great potential, even if you are little! Age is no bar (4 years to 84+ years). It is never too early or too late to begin. Dive right in. Enroll for this Guitar program by fixing an appointment for a Musical Evaluation Session.

We conduct our music lessons at our Music learning centers situated in Gurgaon / Gurugram, National Capital Region of Delhi. Our music programs include music course for beginners. This also includes music lessons for children, teenagers, youth and for adults. Our music classes are after school hours (afternoons & evenings) on weekdays including on Saturdays. Further, we certainly do not conduct our music course programs on Sundays which is our weekly holiday.


Indeed, guitars are popular musical instruments that make sound by the playing of its typically six strings. The sound is thus projected acoustically or through electrical amplification. It is a plucked string instrument, played with fingers or a pick. Hence we can play it by strumming or plucking the strings. The right hand strums or plucks the strings while fretting the strings with the left hand.

Guitars comprise of a body with a rigid neck to which we can attach strings, usually six in number. They are usually constructed of various woods and strung with wither nylon or steel strings. However some modern guitars are made of polycarbonate materials.

Genres such as blues, bluegrass, country, flamenco, folk, jazz, jota, mariachi, metal, punk, reggae, rock, soul, and many forms of pop music identifies Guitars as a primary instrument.

There are mainly two families of guitars:

  • Acoustic Guitars
  • Electric Guitars.

Acoustic Guitar

The body of acoustic guitars, which acts as an echoing chamber, amplifies the tone produced by vibration of the strings. Sometimes guitarists play the classical guitar as a solo instrument using a wide range of finger picking techniques. There are three main types of the modern acoustic guitars:

  • Classical nylon-string guitars
  • Steel-string acoustic guitars
  • Archtop guitars

Electric Guitar

Electric guitars use an amplifier that can electronically manipulate and shape the tone. Earlier amplified guitars had a hollow body. However a solid body was eventually found more suitable as it was less prone to feedback. Electric guitars had a profound and ongoing influence on popular culture.

Bass Guitar

Bass guitars, which is also called the electric bass, or simply bass, is a stringed instrument. It is commonly played with the fingers or thumb. Therefore techniques used while playing bass guitars are plucking, slapping, popping, tapping, thumping, or picking with a plectrum. A plectrum is also known as a pick.

Bass guitars are similar to electric guitars in appearance and also construction. But it has a longer neck and scale length, with four to six strings. The four-string bass is the most common. They are transposing instruments. Like electric guitars, we can plug bass guitars into an amplifier and speaker for live performances.

Indeed many styles of music utilize bass guitars, including rock, pop, metal, punk rock, country, reggae, gospel, blues, and jazz. Moreover it is a soloing instrument in jazz, jazz fusion, latin, funk and progressive rock. It is also a soloing instrument in other rock and metal styles of music too.

The construct of modern guitars suit both left-handed and right handed players. Usually, the dominant hand, which in most people is the right hand, is used to pluck or strum the guitar. In fact this is very similar to the convention of the violin family of instruments where the right hand controls the bow.

Guitars and their Parts

  • Headstock
  • Nut
  • Machine heads (Tuning keys)
  • Fretboard (fingerboard)
  • Frets
  • Truss rod
  • Inlays
  • Neck
  • Neck-joint (heel)
  • Strings
  • Body (electric)
  • Sounding board / sound box (acoustic)
  • Pickup
  • Electronics & Wiring
  • Bridge
  • Saddle
  • Pickguard
  • Whammy bar (tremolo arm)
  • Guitar strap

Guitar Accessories

  • Capotasto (Capo)
  • Slides
  • Plectrum

Well-known producers of guitars include Yamaha, Gibson, Godin, Fender, Guild, Washburn, Taylor, Takamine, Seagull, Samick, among many others.