Why FretsnReeds

Playing an instrument is a little like driving a car.

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At first every manoeuvre demands full concentration, then gradually we no longer need to think about the mechanics of changing gear or applying brakes etc. After a while we are then able to plan our journeys without having to actively think about gear changes, indicating or applying the hand break, we can carry out a conversation and listen to the radio.

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In the same way changing chords whilst strumming and singing will become a simple action. This can be achieved much quicker with structured sessions tailored to your specific circumstances.

Playing in a section requires dedication and slick control of your instrument, with structured lessons focused on making the advancement to enable you to take the shortest route, FretsnReeds can optimise your learning curve to help you get there as efficiently as possible, whilst having some fun along the way.

Published by fretsnreeds

Professional Musician working in the community with people of all ages educating and inspiring us all to make music.

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