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Dr. Peter Johnston
Dr. Scott Hanenberg
Shawn Pickup
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John Testar
Alex Purcell
John Force
Tim Collins
Oscar Rangel
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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is the difference between classical and acoustic guitar?

A: The main difference between a classical guitar and an acoustic guitar is the strings. Classical guitars use nylon and plastic strings, while acoustic guitars use steel strings. Also, the shape of the classical guitar is different than an acoustic guitar. A classical guitar has either a larger or smaller body depending on the acoustic guitar. Acoustic guitars often come in more shapes and sizes. Try our acoustic guitar lessons today!

Q: What do you need to start acoustic guitar lessons?

A: All you need to start your Toronto acoustic guitar lessons is a guitar, music stand, note book, and a cell phone with a camera. You can write down what you need to practice in the note book each week and record short videos during the acoustic guitar lesson of exercises and song excerpts that you need to work on. We offer acoustic guitar lessons in Toronto.

Q: Where are you located?

A: Our music studio is located in the High Park neighbourhood of Toronto. We offer online acoustic guitar lessons as well as in-home acoustic guitar lessons. Our Toronto acoustic guitar lessons are fun, rewarding, and challenging. Our acoustic guitar lesson faculty consists of some of the highest educated guitar teachers in the city.

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