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Bass Guitar

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Listening To The Experts - Soulful Bass Players

One of the best teachers you’ll ever find as a bass guitarist (or any musician for that matter)...
Folk Guitar

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Fingerstyle Guitar

Fingerpicking is a hugely popular technique in the folk genre and has experienced a resurgence...
Classical Guitar

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The Importance of Listening

We, as musicians, need to spend many hours practicing our instruments and developing our...
Folk Guitar

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Open Tunings

Open tunings are a great way to explore new terrain on the guitar. They're popular in folk music...

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    I welcome students of all age groups and have taught Guitar, Mandolin and 5 String Banjo for 40+ years. My lessons are adapted for the level of the student's skills and interests and incorporate music theory where appropriate.
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    Hi! Want to learn the guitar? Or improve your playing? I have 17 years of experience and a passion to help people become better guitarists. I also teach some other stuff. Get in touch to discuss more.
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Guitar Articles

  • Spanish, Folk Or Electric Guitar To Start?

    Pery Sodre Spanish Guitar Teacher (North London) Picture Through my years of teaching, I have came accross many parents who were worried that their child wanted to start on an electric guitar, rather than on a spanish guitar. My only worry is if they're gonna buy a folk guitar! Spanish and electric guitars, though different, are in general easy to...
  • Robin Thornton Experienced and Professional Tutor

    Robin Thornton Music Tutor Bass Guitar Teacher (Aberdeen) Picture     Robin Thornton - Teacher   At a young age, I decided that I wanted to be a Musician. I did not believe that I could support myself with one instrument, so I set about training as a multi-instrumentalist. To this end, I have specialist knowledge of all styles of Singing,...
  • Electric Guitar Is The Sound Of The 20th Century Editor's Pick

    Matthew Bacon Electric Guitar Teacher (East London) Picture What did the twentieth century sound like? Like no other, that's for sure! In previous centuries the loudest sounds were probably a crying baby, a church organ, a thunder clap or a steam train. For the most part it must have been comparatively very quiet without the PA speakers and piped music...

 

  • 4 Tips To Keep In Mind When Practising Guitar

    Lui Falkentorp Electric Guitar Teacher (South East London) Picture The following article contains 4 important tips to keep in mind when practicing an instrument. These 4 tips are aimed at any individual wanting to learn a new instrument or improve their current level of playing. However, it is my belief that the 4 tips can be transferred to almost any scenario...
  • Changing Music Tastes On The Guitar

    James Hickman Folk Guitar Teacher (Shrewsbury) Picture I was given my first proper guitar lesson by my Dad; we played an old folk tune on acoustic guitars. But before that I had been messing around for a few years on electric guitar, and not getting very far with it. Which goes to show, there's a lot to be said in finding what type of music you can...
  • Mastery over the Instrument

    Ridgestone John Folk Guitar Teacher (Rochester) Picture The Guitar Mandolin Banjo and Ukulele The Secret to gaining and improving your ability and skill on any instrument or in any skill generally is to practice and enjoy practicing. It is possible to learn an instrument without any tuition as is true in my case but it may take some time, it took me...