Ready to learn a new musical instrument? There are lots of singers, drummers and guitar players around but bass players are not so common. Learn to play the bass and you’ll never be short of a gig.
You can’t teach someone to be a great frontman or frontwoman. You’ve either got it or you ain’t, right?
Natural singing talent and self-confidence will get you so far, but there is a lot more to fronting a band than that. If you think you’ve got what it takes to reach the top, singing lessons may be all you need to realise your dreams.
Perth is one of the most isolated cities in the world, but we are lucky to have a buzzing music scene with lots of live music venues and bands. And that means there are lots of Perth guitar teachers to choose from.
So you’ve finally decided to get some drum lessons. There are lots of online courses, webinars and You Tube videos out there – and many of them are free – but there is no substitute for personal one on one drum lessons. Let’s be honest – you wouldn’t try to learn karate, soccer or hang-gliding online, why would music lessons be any different? A set of videos cannot give you personal advice like a drum teacher can, based on observation of your playing and knowing exactly what you want to learn, at your own pace.
Starting out on the journey of getting guitar lessons is fun and exciting, but it can also be daunting for the absolute beginner. There are different types of guitars, just as there are lots of different styles of music. There are different ways of holding the guitar, different techniques for strumming, plucking or picking, and lots of different ways of learning – books, online videos, or private guitar lessons.
The good news is there are lots of people around who can help you navigate through these options and get you started. Rock Scholars offers Perth Guitar lessons for anyone in Western Australia just starting out.
If you’re thinking about taking music lessons to learn or get better at a musical instrument, you’ll want to find a music school or a music teacher who can get you started. But how much time will you need to commit to it, and how long will it take before you start to get better?