- Hourly rate ₹2,500
- Response Time 1h
- Number of students 2
ICMP London graduate with 8 years of teaching experience teaches Guitar for all levels.
- New Delhi
- By webcam
Akshaydeep is one of our best teachers. A high quality profile, verified qualifications, quick response rate and loved by students!
About the lesson
- I assess my student’s personality type, so I know what teaching style to use to help my students improve fast.
- I create the right lesson materials to use with my students that are consistent with: their personality type, their stated goals and their musical strengths & weaknesses.
- Acoustic Guitar
- Electric Guitar
- All Levels
I studied the guitar at higher diploma during my attendance of the Institute of Contemporary Performance in London. My aim is to continue working as a professional musician and progressing my career in the industry, whilst seeking permanent work in a challenging and exciting environment to extend and develop my skillset within a vibrant musical institution.
Perfect! Simply fantastic! The best teacher I've ever had. He was so patient with me, he immediately identified my difficulties and helped me simplify by finding a way to overcome them and in this way I improve and learn quickly.The lesson was so pleasant and has flown. Thank you. I'll do my best to deserve and to make good use of all this dedication. I can't wait to plan the next lesson.
- Akshaydeep's response : She’s a complete beginner but she’s a fast learner and she’s adapting things really well and fast.
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To begin with, he was really patient in dealing all my queries however basic it may be. In spite of immense knowledge he possesses, his skillset to impart the knowledge is impeccable in every terms.
10/10 for being one of the best teacher out there !
He is very talented person. I feel every time that he enjoys the sound whenever he plays musical instrument. That's how he is deeply into his passion.
Akshaydeep is a dedicated music teacher with a lot of passion for all styles of music. He is very patient with students and always ensures that you grasp the lesson material in your own way. I would highly recommend him as a teacher.
He is the best teacher in the world, very dynamic, dedicated, always gives his best so that you learn each lesson.... I recommend your class 100%
He's an absolutely amazing teacher. He breaks down the entire thing into simpler easier lessons which make music a lot more fun. His mini lessons are great and even an amateur can get on with it. He's a really dedicated person. One can easily tell his passion for music when he teaches.
Akshaydeep is an extremely competent and patient teacher, with a great musical culture and a great passion for teaching. in very few online lessons I have made great strides, where in the past with other live teachers I had had difficulty. He immediately grasped my needs and desires by adapting the lessons to my level. I immediately felt at ease and confident that I could quickly reach any goal. His lessons are valuable and I recommend them 100%
I used to play with him in the college rock band. The guy is a through professional and his credentials are more that enough to prove his dedication and strong desire towards the art. Guitar and raw vocals are his area of excellence & in depth knowledge plus virtue to share it is what makes him a very good teacher.
He is hardworking and committed towards his work
He is so much talented, his work is very professional n easy to learning methods.
His teaching methods are easy to adapt.
One of the best instructors I have come across,in all these years. With a professional degree from UK and profound experience in the field by his side,make him different than other hobbyist guitarists out there in town. If you really want to understand and learn music, he is the one...period.
Best teacher .
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- 5h: ₹11,500
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Find out more about Akshaydeep
Tell us more about your subject. How did you develop an interest in this field?
I started out quite young and have always loved music as it has always been a part of my life but I think I first realised the depth of my love for music when I started to discover my individual taste and listened to artists that most of my peers didn't listen to which made me realised that how diverse my genres were. It feels like magic when you find the music that appeals to you, beyond what you like in the sound and you can relate to what the artist is trying to express even if the experience is not exactly the same. That's the beauty of music, everyone can like it but everyone connects to it differently.
What or who is the motivation behind you choosing to teach & why?
I really enjoy working with aspiring and curious minds. They are all different and brilliant, with diverse personalities and possibilities. It is a privilege of being able to speak into their lives and help them understand the craft of music. The ability to share knowledge is like a superpower and the gratitude my students' show to me, makes my job ever so rewarding and worthwhile. As a musician and artist, it is my responsibility that others can learn to enjoy the art for which I have utter passion.
How does your work help society?
Art and music are basic human functions. Humankind and art cannot function without one another. We have the burning desire to create, whatever it may be and however tiny or grand. It is a form of expression and has the power to bring positivity and entertainment to the lives of people.
If you had to think of a role model for your work, who do you think of & why?
While growing up, I had many role models. I've been reflecting on those role models and the influence they had on me. Joe Satriani, Yngwie Malmsteen, John Petrucci, Eddie Van Halen, Slash, Paul Gilbert, Steve Vai & Jimi Hendrix were quite an influence, I related to their arty intellectualism and quirky expression.
Tell us about your hobbies outside teaching.
Playing Video games, cooking and travelling.
Do you have an anecdote to tell us about your student or professional life?
Way back when I was still learning my first few open chord shapes, I somehow managed to understand the nebulous concept of playing music 'with feeling' in a way which actually made sense to me. I worked hard to incorporate the right kind of mindset into the practice routine, and to work on being able to play things effortlessly while feeling relatively relaxed.
To this day, my natural instinct each time I play a note is to be very aware of every little detail timbrally, dynamically, etc. so part of me probably wants to ensure that the listener can really hear all of those details, some of which might well get lost if I enhanced them with too much soft-focus processing.