Frequently Asked Questions

Is there any prior experience necessary?

No, there is no prior experience is necessary.

Do I need to bring my own guitar?

It is better if you bring your guitar, but if not, we can provide you with one to use during the class.

What will I do during the trial lesson?

During the trial lesson we will assess your level as well as get to know your needs and desires so we can prepare a lesson plan for you. We guarantee that you will learn something new during the class so you will go home excited and be able to start progressing immediately.

What if I miss my private lesson or group class?

We have a 24 hour rescheduling policy. As long as you let us know 24 hours in advance we can reschedule your private lesson. If you miss a group class you can make it up by joining one of our other group classes during the month.

What kinds of students do we have?

We have an extremely diverse student body. Everyone from children to adults, to men and women. Our students come from a wide variety of backgrounds and have different goals. some want to be professional musicians, and some want to audition to go to music conservatories or to universities and major in music.

What if I don`t think I have the time to learn guitar?

Many of our students come in the evening after work or school. Some come on the weekends or their days off. Students who do not have the time to come to our school take lessons online or at a location of their choice.

How do I pay for the class?

You can pay by bank transfer or credit card. Moreover, you can receive a discount if you pay for the whole or half of the session upfront.

What language are the classes taught in?

Your guitar class can be taught in Japanese, English, Russian, French, German, or Italian.

What kinds of students do we have?

We have an extremely diverse student body. Everyone from children to adults, to men and women. Our students come from a wide variety of backgrounds and have different goals.  Some want to be professional musicians, some want to audition to go to music conservatories or to universities and major in music, and some want to learn to play their favorite songs.

 


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You can learn many things…

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It is such a valuable experience that I get to learn many things in English from teachers who have lots of overseas experience.  Although I never had the opportunity to study abroad, I am very grateful and it’s like a dream come true that I get to have this experience while working in Japan.  Thank …

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Emi
エミ

40歳を過ぎてから…

ギター講師
40歳を過ぎてから、ギターを始めました。Hiroshi先生は覚えのわるい私に根気よく丁寧に教えてくださるので、毎回楽しく通っています。 昔から音楽が好きでしたが、楽器には特に触れてきませんでした。ギターを習うことで、音楽に対する幅が広がり、より興味深く考えるようになりました。 様々なジャンルの音楽にトライしてみたいです。 いつか、弾いてみたい曲がひけるよう、今後もご指導よろしくお願いいたします。 〇When did you start lessons at TAGA: 1 and a half years ago  〇Lesson Style: Classical guitar
Mariko
マリコ
Employee
社会人

I really like the atmosphere at TAGA.

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I love TAGA!  I have never really learned an instrument before and I feel like TAGA has encouraged and supported me every step of the way. I received a recommendation from a friend and I found out that the classes were in English, which was a major drawcard.  I also found Roppongi to be a …

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Michaella
ミカエラ
Employee
保育士

Naturally…

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At the American Guitar Academy, not only just learning songs, but I also got to strengthen my foundation and get to learn how to use various of techniques naturally.  It’s such a big difference between a player who gets the basics down compares to a player who doesn’t.
Taro
タロー
Student
学生

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