Tony Cox

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School of Acoustic Guitar

What to bring


1. Your acoustic guitar

    (of-course :-)


2. Notepads and pens and those     who can read music can bring     notation paper but this is     optional


3. Also optional but very     handy…a music stand.


4. Video camera or cellphone     with vid function






Workshops


GUITAR AND HOW TO SWIM IN IT


COST:  R250pp


WHEN: Sat 31 Mar @ 10am


WHERE: White House Theatre, Plettenberg Bay


 



To Book Your Place

**Please note: you cannot reserve a place. The only way to confirm your attendance is via the booking procedure below**


1. Find out availability by writing     to:     guitarplayer@netactive.co.za


2. Pay into  the following     account:


       A J Cox - FNB - 250655 -               62301159572


4. Be sure to email the EFT     transaction to  the above     address to confirm  and     register your attendance

Sat 31 Mar 2018

GUITAR AND HOW TO SWIM IN IT


Guitar and How to Swim In It


An acoustic guitar workshop by master guitarist Tony Cox


When: Sat 31 Mar 2018

Time: 10am to 12h30pm

Where: White House Theatre, Plett

Cost: R250pp

For all booking and other details write to:

guitarplayer@netactive.co.za

or phone: 072 385 4610


Tony Cox's series of ongoing Guitar Workshops are designed to give those that feel they are stuck in a rut with their guitar playing, a quick shot of inspiration and along with it a doorway into unknown territory.


Besides being one of South Africa's most recognised award-winning guitarists and recording artists, Cox is a revered teacher of the instrument and thanks to the advent of online distance teaching, has a student body that spans the world. Any serious player of the guitar of any kind should not miss this workshop. Bring your guitar and come and expand your mind on just how a guitar should be played.


Beginners to advanced, all are welcome.


You are advised to book your place soon, the last series was sold-out and had a waiting list. Space is limited.









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