Guitar, Bass, Banjo, Ukulele Lessons Aurora CO
Our performance space also doubles as a 32-track digital recording studio. You can record your own demo CD or Mp3 and share it online!
Amaze your friends with your musical skills!
Learn the same recording process used in studios around the world.
Put on your headphones, step up to the mic and play your very best, because the RED light means we are recording!
Guitar, Ukulele, Bass, or Banjo...We can help you reach your unique goals, whether it's to play songs by your favorite female artist, learn to write your own songs, or play lead guitar on stage in a band. Our students have learned songs by many popular female artists: Taylor Swift, Lady Gaga, Billie Eilish, Tori Kelly, Miranda Lambert, Kelsea Ballerini, Pat Benatar, Heart, Stevie Nicks, Avril Lavigne, and so many others.
Girls interested in the singer/songwriter style will first learn the same basic musical techniques and concepts as any other student. But with an early emphasis on chords, key signatures, using a capo, and most importantly RHYTHM. Acoustic players will also explore fingerstyle techniques. And all during the process you will learn your favorite songs!
Our Rock Stage performance area is where girls will get valuable experience under the stage lights rehearsing their songs, either with other students or solo! It's equipped with PRO quality audio equipment and instruments, just like you'd find on any stage in town. Digital audio mixer, stage monitors, in-ear monitors, amplifiers, everything you need to make music!
You will learn stage and performance skills that you just can't learn in your living room or singing with a hairbrush in front of the mirror.
These performance sessions are where shining stars can perfect their songs before getting on stage at a local venue . Our students have performed on various stages and clubs in the area.
Playing guitar is not just for the boys.
Girls are some of our most talented and dedicated music students. They have just as much passion for music and performing as the boys do. Often more so, as in the case of girls who want to express themselves by writing songs and performing for an audience!