Toronto Faculty of Music
Guitar playing

Guitar Lessons

Take Guitar Lessons in Etobicoke!

No matter if you prefer the acoustic guitar or the electric guitar, the seasoned guitar professionals at Toronto Faculty of Music are the ideal instructors of our guitar lessons in Etobicoke. Whether you’ve just begun to pick the strings on a guitar or you consider yourself a rather experienced guitar player, we have the resources and one-on-one lessons you need to suit your preferences. Whether you’re a resident of Etobicoke or Toronto, we’re proud to be your leading local source for private guitar lessons.


About the Guitar

Perhaps the most significant instrument of modern music, the guitar is a stringed instrument that is projected either acoustically or through electrical amplification. The guitar itself is played by strumming or plucking the strings with your dominant hand while pressing the strings against the frets on the neck of the guitar with your other hand.


The common genres of music in which the guitar is recognized as a primary instrument are:

  • Blues
  • Bluegrass
  • Country
  • Folk
  • Jazz
  • Metal
  • Punk
  • Rock
  • Soul
  • Many forms of pop


Specifics of Guitar Lessons

For guitar beginners, there are a few main areas in which we will place a majority of our focus:

  • Finger placement and how to arch your fingers to play chords
  • Stringing, tuning and maintenance
  • Basic strumming and changing chords without pausing
  • Reading music
  • Much more!


Schedule a Private Lesson

If you’ve developed an interest in playing the guitar, there’s never a bad time to improve and sharpen your skills with guitar lessons in Etobicoke. Whether your interest lies with the acoustic or electric guitar, our experienced instructors will work with you individually to elevate your skill level! Give us a call to schedule a private lesson.

Contact Information

3820 Bloor St. W.,

Toronto, ON M9B 1K8

T: 416-231-4424

F: 416-231-9110

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