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GuitarCampUSA Summer Camp

Learn the basics or improve your intermediate skills in a fun, yet challenging class environment.
Learn the basics or improve your intermediate skills in a fun, yet challenging class environment.
With locations across Cobb, Cherokee, Fulton and Gwinnett County

GuitarCampUSA (Ages 9-12) offers campers an exciting and enriching musical experience (Learn More)! We also offer Guitar Academy (Ages 13-17) by Audition Only (Learn More) andMusic and Art Camp (Ages 6-8) for our younger campers (Learn More).

In GuitarCampUSA new and experienced players are taught by our talented and experienced team of teachers as they learn and improve their skills on the guitar. They'll also have the opportunity to develop their abilities in songwriting, improvisation and music theory. Each week ends with a final performance and everyone's invited! 

Each day at GuitarCampUSA campers will enjoy a variety of activities including group instruction and private lessons on the guitar as well as organized down-time. Newer players will learn all the basics about how to hold the guitar, how to read guitar music, how to strum and pick as they learn well-known songs and melodies. Experienced players will build on foundational techniques they have already learned while they are challenged with more and more advanced skills and songs. 

In addition to learning some awesome songs on the guitar, campers will also learn the foundations for songwriting and improvisation. Daily classes on music theory will also stretch the students' knowledge of 'how and why' music works the way it does as they learn to read music and understand the mathematical relationships between notes, chords and keys.

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