Greek Music School

Guitar Lessons in Adelaide

Students will learn and improve quickly with our professionally prepared guitar curriculum. Enjoy yourself while learning, and we'll ensure you get consistent results from your training! Learning to play the guitar is a fantastic way to express yourself and harness your creativity. Students at the Greek Music School can take AMEB exams, and there are several opportunities to perform and meet like-minded musicians!
Our knowledgeable and enthusiastic guitar instructors come from various musical backgrounds and are dedicated to assisting students in learning a variety of musical styles. We offer acoustic, electric, and bass guitar classes, with options for complete beginners to advanced players.

Individual, group, kids, children and acoustic guitar lessons are available at Greek Music School 4 music studios and schools in Adelaide, South Australia.
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Beginners Lessons

Beginning students may anticipate concentrating on chords, simple tunes and melodies, sight-reading, technique, and theory during classes. To acquire the basics, students can use several guitar method books; however, we also urge students to bring CDs or mobile devices to their lessons to learn their favourite tunes.

Intermediate & Advanced Lessons

Students are encouraged to explore the various guitar genres accessible as their skills improve and a solid technical foundation is established, such as modern, rock, pop, classical, Australian Music Examination Board Exams, jazz, etc. Guitar students at the Greek Music School have the opportunity to participate in ensemble groups. Students with an intermediate level of English are welcome to participate.

Intermediate students will be able to master modern, rock, pop, classical, Australian Music Examination Board Exams, jazz, and other guitar styles. We can help you explore techniques like using a pick/plectrum, fingerstyle, chords and strumming, and hammer-ons/pull-offs/ bends/ slides to complement the styles learned. We will teach music theory, rhythm, and harmony to students. Students who desire to study for AMEB examinations or play the guitar as part of their 'Music' topics are welcome at Greek Music School. Ensembles and performance opportunities occur throughout the year, and students are invited to participate.

The Greek Music School Studios are in a great location, with on-site parking and easy access to public transportation. Our classrooms are equipped with the most up-to-date teaching tools and facilities. Each studio has a designated space with amps and guitars for guitar lessons. Our studios are a terrific location to meet other musicians who share your interests and gain inspiration from witnessing other students playing their instruments and taking classes.

Lesson Times

From 9 a.m. to 11 p.m., studio classes are Monday through Saturday. Lessons are 30 minutes long. However, they might be shorter or longer to accommodate the needs of individual students. Students enrolled in Greek Music School at their primary or secondary school will be assigned a specific lesson time that has been coordinated with their class and music teacher. Lessons at schools are 30 minutes long and can be scheduled during or after school hours on school grounds.

Guitar Hire & Sales

Students should bring their guitar to each lesson if possible. Greek Music School rents and sells acoustic, electric, and bass guitars and guitar accessories.

Submit an Enquiry

If you are looking for the best guitar class lesson in Adelaide, Greek Music School is the best place. We provide the best guitar lesson of all time. To get further details, visit our website You can always call us on (08)-7225 1989 / (04)-9734 8253 or email us at

FAQs for Guitar Lessons in Adelaide

1. Is it better to learn electric, acoustic, or classical guitar?

That depends entirely on the situation. You can try all three or pick the one that appeals to you the most. You'll have a good idea of which type of guitar you prefer at some point (or the most suitable). If you are a complete beginner, I recommend classical guitar (nylon-string acoustic).

2. Is it necessary for me to own a guitar to take a lesson?

You can rent Guitars from Greek Music School.

3. Is there anything more I need to bring to the lesson?

First and foremost, no. After a few classes, you'll have a music book and a folder for sheet music and other items.

4. At what age should I begin learning to play the guitar?

It's OK to be of any age. Up to a certain, the younger you start, the better for ambitious pupils. However, most of our students begin between the ages of 8 and 12.

5. How frequently should I practice?

Every day is an opportunity to improve! However, that does not imply that you must practice the guitar for hours (unless you enjoy it). Fifteen minutes per day is plenty for beginners.

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