How long is a guitar lesson?

It depends on the level. We have over 600 guitar lessons available on our website and many more on YouTube. Each takes roughly 2-3 hours, which is more than enough training for one person.

Is there anything else I should know?

We think that this whole program will help give you the best of both guitar and singing. The music that we teach is based on old-time folk and classic songs, so we aim to help you improve your singing as well as your guitar playing. We also play some classic music in class, like “Blue Monk” by Frank Sinatra and “Johnny B Goode” by George Harrison.

What if I don’t have a teacher?

We know that a lot of people want to learn all of this music for themselves. If that’s the case, we have the following guitar lesson lessons on YouTube, including two lessons on how to play “Blue Monk”. We also have an active forum community where folks can offer advice and ask for help with their favorite songs.

Any other questions?

You can contact us via Google Chat, you can ask a question in the forum, or post any feedback in the comments section.
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The city is currently in the midst of a major planning process for the construction of the new LRT that will run alongside the Gardiner Expressway between Jarvis and Dufferin Sts and ultimately connect from the south with the Bloor-Danforth subway line.

Some of the proposals that need to be discussed include a number of changes to the LRT, including the widening of the roadway to facilitate vehicles with a larger width below street level.

The current proposed configuration of the LRT system is based on the current layout at the intersection of Bloor West and Dufferin Sts. This is seen by some as a more “friendly” design than the current design, in which the two LRT tracks run adjacent to each other, with the main LRT station at Bloor and Adelaide St. The current configuration does not allow for two LRT tracks on each side of Dufferin St. In addition, the current alignment of the Dufferin-St. George corridor does not allow for a Dufferin St. station on either side of the street. The new configuration that has been proposed will take this configuration into account, as will the new LRT routes.

In addition to the changes that need to happen, the city still has to decide which portion of the LRT is