Guitar Fundamentals Lifelong Learning Class

Guitar Fundamentals

Class Details

Guitar Fundamentals I

Meets for five consecutive Tuesdays

February 8, 15, 22, March 1, & 8


Mt. Pleasant Campus Morey Technical Education Center Room 108 or Zoom

Class Number: CED.1066.M03 - Section: #65907

Guitar Fundamentals II

Meets for five consecutive Tuesdays

March 29, April 5, 12, 19, & 26


Mt. Pleasant Campus Morey Technical Education Center Room 108 or Zoom

Class Number: CED.1066.M04 - Section: #65908

Participants must bring their own guitar to class.


$50/per person

Class Description

Learning guitar is a lot of fun, and with the right lessons, anyone can become a great guitar player. However, to be successful it's important to pick the right learning method and stay focused. These step-by-step lessons will keep everyone on track and having fun.

In the five-week Guitar Fundamentals I class, you will find lessons for absolute beginners that are brand new to guitar, as well as some material for brushing up on the fundamentals if you have some familiarity but are still at the beginner level. These beginning guitar lessons are a great place to start for everyone. In these sessions, you will begin learning the basics like how to hold a guitar, how to hold a guitar pick, how to play simple guitar chords, and how to strum the guitar. To keep things fun, you'll learn by playing simple songs!

If you have a little bit of experience but don't know where to start, try Guitar Fundamentals II. In this class, you will learn minor chords, get introduced to scales, and learn how to read music.


Keegan Bosch

Keegan is a student at Central Michigan University, pursuing a Bachelor’s in Music Education. Previously, he received his B.A. in English and M.A. in Communication Studies. He currently performs with the CMU Symphony Orchestra on double bass, and plays guitar in the Central Air Jazz Band at CMU. Previously, he has performed in a number of orchestras, jazz bands, choral ensembles, Drum and Bugle Corps, and personal bands of various genres.

Currently, Keegan is a drumline instructor at Mt. Pleasant High School and an instructor at Mid Michigan College. When teaching, he strives to help each student find joy in making music, and focuses on helping each student achieve their personal goals, whatever they may be!


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