Guitar Lessons for Everybody
It doesn't matter who you are...
From nervous first-timers to seasoned performers, there is room for all.
Every student has different needs - whether that means focusing on technique or jamming to your favourite songs - lessons are designed to be rewarding, challenging and fun.
How Does It Work?
Lessons are held online via Zoom at a scheduled time that suits you.
What Will I Need?
You'll need a tuned guitar (ask me for advice if you are unsure), a device with camera & microphone i.e. computer, tablet, smartphone etc. and a reliable internet connection.
How Do I Claim 25% Off?
Just let me know you saw the Easter discount and you'll be rewarded for 2x lessons across the Easter weekend.
How Do I Pay?
Payment details will be given on enquiry. This will be a form of online payment.
Why should I take guitar lessons?
If you've never seriously learnt an instrument before, you're missing out! Apart from all the great health benefits studies have shown learning a musical instrument can provide, for me one of the best things about teaching is looking back with my students at what they had been working on say 6 months ago. I think that's a pretty special moment for everybody.
Of course, there are many instruments you can choose from but for me the guitar has always appealed to me the most. Guitars are affordable, easily accessible and not before long you'll be able to play along to real songs, play with friends and even join a band!
Can't I just teach myself?
Don't be fooled by the latest 'Become a rockstar in a day' app! Sure, there are many excellent tuition books and online resources available (many of which I recommend!) but far too often I have had students come to me having taught themselves something highly ambitious and unfortunately falling short of the mark. I admire every student that goes the extra mile but every good guitar teacher will be able to pinpoint your true strengths and weaknesses immediately and steer you in the correct direction.
Teaching rates are advised and fairly priced by the Musician's Union themselves. They are also substantially cheaper than that of the local music services.