LATIN AMERICAN FOLK GUITARS. CAVAQUINHO.

LATIN AMERICAN FOLK GUITARS. CAVAQUINHO.

Designed for foreigners who seek to learn intensively.

PROGRAM.

Brief historical review. Instrument plan Interpretation. Materials identification and selection. Use of measurement, cutting and routing tools. Elementary use of woodworking machinery. Fretting. Rosette placement. Bending sides. Neck and body assembly. Hardware installation. Finishing and polishing. Set up. (A “Cavaquinho” is built)

Optional.

Guitar repair techniques introduction.

General information

Goals. The main objective is educational, theoretical and practical knowledge is provided to develop basic skills in guitar building. The secondary is to guide each person in the experience of integral realization of musical instruments in an artisanal way, achieving a high level of construction, sound and aesthetics.

Recipients. All those people over 18 years old who wish to learn guitar making and develop it professionally, as well as those interested in musical instruments, woodworking and/or craftsmanship. It is not necessary to have previous experience in the field or to have knowledge of music.

Course modality. Classes, 5 hours per day, are taken from Monday to Friday. Leaving free time during the afternoons and the weekend to enjoy the country.

We have a work space with all the appropriate comfort, lighting and safety conditions, in a workshop equipped with the necessary machines and tools to carry out the guitar buildings.

Materials. All materials are provided by the school and are included in the cost of the course.

Schedule. The schedule is arranged with each student.

Term. 240 hours, spread over two months. It is an intense pace but not strenuous. If any student prefers to shorten the stay in the country, it is possible to increase the number of hours per day, this must be planned in advance.

LATIN AMERICAN FOLK GUITARS. CUATRO.

LATIN AMERICAN FOLK GUITARS. CUATRO.

Designed for foreigners who seek to learn intensively.

PROGRAM.

Brief historical review. Instrument plan Interpretation. Materials identification and selection. Use of measurement, cutting and routing tools. Elementary use of woodworking machinery. Fretting. Rosette placement. Bending sides. Neck and body assembly. Hardware installation. Finishing and polishing. Set up. (A “cuatro” is built)

Optional.

Guitar repair techniques introduction.

General information

Goals. The main objective is educational,  theoretical and practical knowledge is provided to develop basic skills in guitar building. The secondary is to guide each person in the experience of integral realization of musical instruments in an artisanal way, achieving a high level of construction, sound and aesthetics.

Recipients. All those people over 18 years old who wish to learn guitarmaking and develop it professionally, as well as those interested in musical instruments, woodworking and/or craftsmanship. It is not necessary to have previous experience in the field or to have knowledge of music.

Course modality. Classes, 5 hours per day, are taken from Monday to Friday. Leaving free time during the afternoons and the weekend to enjoy the country.

We have a work space with all the appropriate comfort, lighting and safety conditions, in a workshop equipped with the necessary machines and tools to carry out the guitar buildings.

Materials. All materials are provided by the school and are included in the cost of the course.

Schedule. The schedule is arranged with each student.

Term. 240 hours, spread over two months. It is an intense pace but not strenuous. If any student prefers to shorten the stay in the country, it is possible to increase the number of hours per day, this must be planned in advance.

LATIN AMERICAN FOLK GUITARS. CHARANGO AND RONROCO.

LATIN AMERICAN FOLK GUITARS. CHARANGO AND RONROCO.

Designed for foreigners who seek to learn intensively.

PROGRAM.

Brief historical review. Instrument plan Interpretation. Materials identification and selection. Use of measurement, cutting and routing tools. Elementary use of woodworking machinery. Fretting. Rosette placement. Carving the body . Neck and body assembly. Hardware installation. Finishing and polishing. Set up. (A “charango” or “ronroco” is built)

Optional.

Guitar repair techniques introduction.

General information

Goals. The main objective is educational,  theoretical and practical knowledge is provided to develop basic skills in guitar building. The secondary is to guide each person in the experience of integral realization of musical instruments in an artisanal way, achieving a high level of construction, sound and aesthetics.

Recipients. All those people over 18 years old who wish to learn guitarmaking and develop it professionally, as well as those interested in musical instruments, woodworking and/or craftsmanship. It is not necessary to have previous experience in the field or to have knowledge of music.

Course modality. Classes, 5 hours per day, are taken from Monday to Friday. Leaving free time during the afternoons and the weekend to enjoy the country.

We have a work space with all the appropriate comfort, lighting and safety conditions, in a workshop equipped with the necessary machines and tools to carry out the guitar buildings.

Materials. All materials are provided by the school and are included in the cost of the course.

Schedule. The schedule is arranged with each student.

Term. 240 hours, spread over two months. It is an intense pace but not strenuous. If any student prefers to shorten the stay in the country, it is possible to increase the number of hours per day, this must be planned in advance.

HOLLOW BODY BASSES, FOR FOREIGNERS

HOLLOW BODY BASSES, FOR FOREIGNERS

Designed for foreigners who seek to learn intensively.

PROGRAM.

Brief historical review. Instrument plan Interpretation. Materials identification and selection. Use of measurement, cutting and routing tools. Elementary use of woodworking machinery. Fretting. Rosette placement. Bending sides. Truss rod installation. Neck and body assembly. Hardware installation. Finishing and polishing. Set up. (A hollow body bass guitar is built)

Optional.

Guitar repair techniques introduction.

General information

Goals. The main objective is educational, theoretical and practical knowledge is provided to develop basic skills in guitar building. The secondary is to guide each person in the experience of integral realization of musical instruments in an artisanal way, achieving a high level of construction, sound and aesthetics.

Recipients. All those people over 18 years old who wish to learn guitar making and develop it professionally, as well as those interested in musical instruments, woodworking and/or craftsmanship. It is not necessary to have previous experience in the field or to have knowledge of music.

Course modality. Classes, 5 hours per day, are taken from Monday to Friday. Leaving free time during the afternoons and the weekend to enjoy the country.

We have a work space with all the appropriate comfort, lighting and safety conditions, in a workshop equipped with the necessary machines and tools to carry out the guitar buildings.

Materials. All materials are provided by the school and are included in the cost of the course.

Schedule. The schedule is arranged with each student.

Term. 240 hours, spread over two months. It is an intense pace but not strenuous. If any student prefers to shorten the stay in the country, it is possible to increase the number of hours per day, this must be planned in advance.

SOLID BODY ELECTRIC BASSES, FOR FOREIGNERS

SOLID BODY ELECTRIC BASSES, FOR FOREIGNERS

Designed for foreigners who seek to learn intensively.

PROGRAM.

Brief historical review. Instrument plan Interpretation. Materials identification and selection. Use of measurement, cutting and routing tools. Elementary use of woodworking machinery. Making the big pieces (neck and body). Adjustable truss rod installation. Fretting. Bolt on assembly. Hardware installation. Electronics. Finishing and polishing. Set up. (An bolt-on solid body instrument is built)

Optional.

Guitar repair techniques introduction.

General information

Goals. The main objective is educational, theoretical and practical knowledge is provided to develop basic skills in guitar building. The secondary is to guide each person in the experience of integral realization of musical instruments in an artisanal way, achieving a high level of construction, sound and aesthetics.

Recipients. All those people over 18 years old who wish to learn guitar making and develop it professionally, as well as those interested in musical instruments, woodworking and/or craftsmanship. It is not necessary to have previous experience in the field or to have knowledge of music.

Course modality. Classes, 5 hours per day, are taken from Monday to Friday. Leaving free time during the afternoons and the weekend to enjoy the country.

We have a work space with all the appropriate comfort, lighting and safety conditions, in a workshop equipped with the necessary machines and tools to carry out the guitar buildings.

Materials. All materials are provided by the school and are included in the cost of the course.

Schedule. The schedule is arranged with each student.

Term. 240 hours, spread over two months. It is an intense pace but not strenuous. If any student prefers to shorten the stay in the country, it is possible to increase the number of hours per day, this must be planned in advance.

HOLLOW BODY ELECTRIC GUITARS, FOR FOREIGNERS

HOLLOW BODY ELECTRIC GUITARS, FOR FOREIGNERS

Designed for foreigners who seek to learn intensively.

PROGRAM.

Brief historical review. Instrument plan Interpretation. Materials identification and selection. Use of measurement, cutting and routing tools. Elementary use of woodworking machinery. Fretting. Truss rod installation. Neck and body assembly. Hardware installation. Finishing and polishing. Set up. (A hollow body electric guitar is built)

Optional.

Guitar repair techniques introduction.

General information

Goals. The main objective is educational, theoretical and practical knowledge is provided to develop basic skills in guitar building. The secondary is to guide each person in the experience of integral realization of musical instruments in an artisanal way, achieving a high level of construction, sound and aesthetics.

Recipients. All those people over 18 years old who wish to learn guitar making and develop it professionally, as well as those interested in musical instruments, woodworking and/or craftsmanship. It is not necessary to have previous experience in the field or to have knowledge of music.

Course modality. Classes, 5 hours per day, are taken from Monday to Friday. Leaving free time during the afternoons and the weekend to enjoy the country.

We have a work space with all the appropriate comfort, lighting and safety conditions, in a workshop equipped with the necessary machines and tools to carry out the guitar buildings.

Materials. All materials are provided by the school and are included in the cost of the course.

Schedule. The schedule is arranged with each student.

Term. 240 hours, spread over two months. It is an intense pace but not strenuous. If any student prefers to shorten the stay in the country, it is possible to increase the number of hours per day, this must be planned in advance.

FLAT TOP GUITARS, FOR FOREIGNERS

FLAT TOP GUITARS, FOR FOREIGNERS

Designed for foreigners who seek to learn intensively.

PROGRAM.

Brief historical review. Instrument plan Interpretation. Materials identification and selection. Use of measurement, cutting and routing tools. Elementary use of woodworking machinery. Fretting. Rosette placement. Bending sides. Truss rod installation. Neck and body assembly. Hardware installation. Finishing and polishing. Set up. (A flat top guitar is built)

Optional.

Guitar repair techniques introduction.

General information

Goals. The main objective is educational, theoretical and practical knowledge is provided to develop basic skills in guitar building. The secondary is to guide each person in the experience of integral realization of musical instruments in an artisanal way, achieving a high level of construction, sound and aesthetics.

Recipients. All those people over 18 years old who wish to learn guitar making and develop it professionally, as well as those interested in musical instruments, woodworking and/or craftsmanship. It is not necessary to have previous experience in the field or to have knowledge of music.

Course modality. Classes, 5 hours per day, are taken from Monday to Friday. Leaving free time during the afternoons and the weekend to enjoy the country.

We have a work space with all the appropriate comfort, lighting and safety conditions, in a workshop equipped with the necessary machines and tools to carry out the guitar buildings.

Materials. All materials are provided by the school and are included in the cost of the course.

Schedule. The schedule is arranged with each student.

Term. 240 hours, spread over two months. It is an intense pace but not strenuous. If any student prefers to shorten the stay in the country, it is possible to increase the number of hours per day, this must be planned in advance.

CLASSICAL GUITARS, FOR FOREIGNERS

CLASSICAL GUITARS, FOR FOREIGNERS

Designed for foreigners who seek to learn intensively.

PROGRAM.

Brief historical review. Instrument plan Interpretation. Materials identification and selection. Use of measurement, cutting and routing tools. Elementary use of woodworking machinery. Fretting. Rosette placement. Bending sides. Neck and body assembly. Hardware installation. Finishing and polishing. Set up. (A classical guitar is built)

Opcional.

Guitar repair techniques introduction.

General information

Goals. The main objective is educational, theoretical and practical knowledge is provided to develop basic skills in guitar building. The secondary is to guide each person in the experience of integral realization of musical instruments in an artisanal way, achieving a high level of construction, sound and aesthetics.

Recipients. All those people over 18 years old who wish to learn guitar making and develop it professionally, as well as those interested in musical instruments, woodworking and/or craftsmanship. It is not necessary to have previous experience in the field or to have knowledge of music.

Course modality. Classes, 5 hours per day, are taken from Monday to Friday. Leaving free time during the afternoons and the weekend to enjoy the country.

We have a work space with all the appropriate comfort, lighting and safety conditions, in a workshop equipped with the necessary machines and tools to carry out the guitar buildings.

Materials. All materials are provided by the school and are included in the cost of the course.

Schedule. The schedule is arranged with each student.

Term. 240 hours, spread over two months. It is an intense pace but not strenuous. If any student prefers to shorten the stay in the country, it is possible to increase the number of hours per day, this must be planned in advance.

SOLID BODY ELECTRIC GUITARS, FOR FOREIGNERS

SOLID BODY ELECTRIC GUITARS, FOR FOREIGNERS

Designed for foreigners who seek to learn intensively.

PROGRAM.

Brief historical review. Instrument plan Interpretation. Materials identification and selection. Use of measurement, cutting and routing tools. Elementary use of woodworking machinery. Making the big pieces (neck and body). Adjustable truss rod installation. Fretting. Bolt on assembly. Hardware installation. Electronics. Finishing and polishing. Set up. (An bolt-on solid body instrument is built)

Optional.

Guitar repair techniques introduction.

General information

Goals. The main objective is educational, theoretical and practical knowledge is provided to develop basic skills in guitar building. The secondary is to guide each person in the experience of integral realization of musical instruments in an artisanal way, achieving a high level of construction, sound and aesthetics.

Recipients. All those people over 18 years old who wish to learn guitar making and develop it professionally, as well as those interested in musical instruments, woodworking and/or craftsmanship. It is not necessary to have previous experience in the field or to have knowledge of music.

Course modality. Classes, 5 hours per day, are taken from Monday to Friday. Leaving free time during the afternoons and the weekend to enjoy the country.

We have a work space with all the appropriate comfort, lighting and safety conditions, in a workshop equipped with the necessary machines and tools to carry out the guitar buildings.

Materials. All materials are provided by the school and are included in the cost of the course.

Schedule. The schedule is arranged with each student.

Term. 240 hours, spread over two months. It is an intense pace but not strenuous. If any student prefers to shorten the stay in the country, it is possible to increase the number of hours per day, this must be planned in advance.

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