Expand your creativity and spontaneity by learning how to create great melodies
Learn the language of music
Most guitar students have a desire to improvise on the guitar to create
melodies just from picking up the guitar. However for most students trying to understand the concept of improvisation often have a problem similar to staring at a blank canvas not knowing what to play.
While a popular approach to learning how to improvise is by learning phrases, OGS's lessons first focus on building a student's internal sense of melody and fearlessness to explore scales by trusting their ear.
Learning various scales and arpeggios/chord tones adds to a student's toolkit of sounds and textures they can use on the fly.
The end goal is to develop a student's confidence and willingness to express themselves freely on the guitar.
Learn the sounds and characteristics of different styles
Expand your ability by covering a wide variety of guitar genres and techniques such as electric guitar, acoustic guitar, slide guitar, etc.
Learn how to use alternate tunings to give your songs unique and interesting sounds.
Come up with killer sounding tones by learning how to use guitar effects.
Enjoy exploring Jazz in a bilingual environment
Recommended for students who would like to learn in environments that use both English and Japanese.
Students with English as their primary language, and/or who would like to enjoy lessons only in English.
②Japanese and English Mixed
Students who would like to work on their English or Japanese,
with some support in their primary language.
Students with Japanese as their primary language and/or would like to
enjoy lessons only in Japanese.
Get constructive feedback
on your work
Each lesson comes with written feedback on your progress and your work. Understand your strengths, and have a clear idea on what your areas to improve are.
Gain a solid perspective on what you need to reach your musical goals.
"Ever since I bought a guitar a long time ago, I've been practicing and failing a lot, and I haven't been able to make any progress, but ever since I started attending this guitar class, I've been able to stay motivated.
Since it's one-on-one, I'm happy that I can easily ask questions about things I don't understand, learn the correct playing techniques, and understand the theoretical background of music."
" -Company Worker