Group Class: Guitar for Beginners

Jump start your guitar journey with this 8-Week Group Class for adult beginners. No experience necessary—all you need is a guitar. This is a hybrid program in Chicago with sessions on Zoom and in studio.
Our next session starts Monday 3/27/13 @ 7PM. If you're interested, please start by filling out this form:
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How it Works

This is an 8-Week hybrid program with sessions on Zoom & in person at the studio (410 S. Michigan Ave). We meet for 8 class sessions, plus office hours and monthly studio sessions.

  • Starts Monday, March 27 @ 7PM
  • Weekly Class Session on Zoom—Mondays at 7:00-8:00 PM CT
  • Monthly In-Person Studio Session—First Saturdays @ 10AM CT
  • Discord Group Chat & Weekly Office Hours
  • Cost: $250 for the full 8-Week Class

Get in-depth video curriculum to support your journey

In addition to our live sessions, you'll get video coursework—so you can practice the fundamentals on a schedule that works for you

Join us in the studio for in-person group sessions

In-person classes held in the South Loop at Midnight Tea—a community studio in Chicago's Historic Fine Arts Building


So happy I made this decision, and to anyone looking for someone to help them get to the next level, look no further. Ditch the countless and endless videos on YouTube telling you how to play guitar, and learn from someone in real-time. It makes all the difference in the world!

Chris S.

I’m from the U.K was a bit skeptical about having a lesson over the internet. However the lesson was AWESOME! Rami is a total pro and in 5 mins managed to help me with something I’ve been struggling with for months.

Adam A.

Rami is an incredible teacher....he has so much insight on where you are at and where you need to go. I can't recommend him enough!

Bryce D.

I always leave our sessions with more confidence and a better understanding of my guitar and music theory in general.

Jeff B.

Rami has built a very comprehensive lesson plan, based on what I am looking to achieve, and has tailored the plan regularly to meet the pace of my progression. I can not only hear, but feel, the improvements

Liam R.

I've been playing seriously for about four years now, and based on asking a few questions and watching some of my recordings he gave me some tips along with exercises to help me along on my journey as an aspiring blues player.

Chris M.

Rami's style is quite mentoring, giving advice and making suggestions after he observes what you are doing, pinpointing the areas that will make the biggest difference, and the homework that you go away with will make you a better player.

Alex D.

Rami is a fantastic guitar teacher who really knows his stuff. You can tell he wants to provide as much value as possible during the lesson.

Bhav P.

Don’t be afraid if you’re slightly older, I am 45 and I could understand his structured way of teaching. I usually tense up playing in front of people, but I felt comfortable in my lesson knowing I wasn’t be judged.

Darren M.

Rami is an excellent listener. He hears what you are saying and what you're not saying. He hears what you are playing and are not playing. He takes that all in and then in relatable terms he sets you on the best path to growing as a player.

Matt D.

I have been playing guitar for 23 years and he showed me some cool stuff. I absolutely recommend!

David S.

Rami was absolutely amazing. He had a way of deciding things which just seemed to create lightbulb moments and really make the path ahead clearer for me

Jared T.