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Atlanta Guitar Academy will take you through a course that is every bit as good as the best music programs in the country, but at a fraction of the cost. The curriculum was written by David Poole, who also authored the curriculum for the Scales Department at the Atlanta Institute of Music (AIM).
There is no contract. You can leave at any time. We are month to month. That's what makes us unique to other programs that lock you into a long contract.
Our students become the best at every style of Music: Rock, Blues, Jazz, Fusion, and Classical. Learning theory, scales, styles, notation, sight reading, and more. Our students come out the best guitar players in the state.
At the end of the course the student will receive a certificate that is highly valued saying that they completed one of the most challenging music development programs in the state.
And for the students who are not quite ready to get the most out of these classes, there is a junior course that will lead up to level one of the program.
You can take a look at the syllabus page to see the classes that are in the program.
Founded by AIM's Former Head of the Guitar Department, David Poole.
Learn Everything from Van Halen to Bach. Accomplish things you never thought you could and excel to a level that can't be beat!
The Atlanta Guitar Academy now offers video classes through Skype! So those who are not able to come to classes here in Atlanta, can still take lessons. Learn everything you would through regular classes!
For those out of state who wish to participate in the Atlanta Guitar Academy. In order to receive your diploma, exams will be done via Skype.
Contact us for more information and tuition costs.
David Poole began playing the guitar at the age of six. by the time he was 18, he had begun teaching at the Atlanta Institute of Music, substituting for Jimmy Herring, (Allman Brother, Grateful Dead). He studied under such guitar greats as Greg Howe, Paul Gilbert, Shawn Lane, Vinny Moore, and Jimmy Herring. He also studied in master classes with Robin Ford, Jason Becker, Andy Timmons, Scott Henderson, Steve Morse and many more great players.
David authored the curriculum and study guides for AIM's guitar program, which are currently used to teach Scales Classes Levels 1-4. Throughout his time at AIM, he also taught Classical Classes (1, 2, 3, and 4), Reading (1, 2, 3, and 4), Rock 3, Notation, Rock Performance, and Jazz Performance.
If a student misses a class, it is up to the student to remind the teacher that they need a make-up otherwise the teacher will assume the student is current with the curriculum and does not need the extra classes.
Note: All make-ups are done at the teacher's discretion according to the notice the student gave, etc. Classes will be made up at the teachers c0nvenience. There will be a limit of only one make up per quarter.
Atlanta Guitar Academy has a great record with providing extra time and assistance to it's students so we will always try to work with you.Type your paragraph here.