Learn Electric Guitar
There is nothing quite like that amazing sense of energy you get from slamming an E chord and you feel the whole room around you vibrate.
The electric guitar will do that for you, there just isn’t anything like it.
Electric guitar is also more expressive than any other instrument. You can bend notes, slides from above, slides from below, hammer-ons, pull-offs, tap notes, slap, mute notes, slide double stops, slide chords, play harmonics, tap harmonics, volume swells, whammy bar dives, and so much more. The list of ways you can express yourself on an electric guitar is endless.
In addition to all this, there is also a vast collection of guitar effects or stomp boxes you can plug your guitar into, some of which include:
- Univibe (Mojo Vibe)
- Wah wah
- Pitch shifter
- Delay (Echo)
As you can tell in the above picture, we have a nice collection of amps and outboard gear for our students to use at the ZOT Zin Guitar Lessons studio.
The countless ways one can express oneself on electric guitar and the vast array of sounds one can produce with guitar stompboxes are just some of the reasons why learning electric guitar brings a lifetime of fun.
Think of the amazing possibilities on the electric guitar showcased by, for example, Jimmy Page with Led Zeppelin, Eddie Van Halen, Jimi Hendrix, Queen’s Brian May, Steve Vai, Joe Satriani, or Guthrie Govan.
From jazz, fusion, to instrumental guitar rock, metal, punk, blues, pop, to country: the electric guitar plays a major role in quite a wide variety of musical styles.
If you want to rock out on electric guitar or just get much better at playing it, contact us any time.