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Electric Guitar

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Recording Yourself Practising

Recording yourself practise is a habit well worth encouraging in your students. Not only does it...
Classical Guitar

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How to Listen

When was the last time you listened to music? I mean, really listened? In our contemporary urban...
Classical Guitar

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Practise the classical guitar tremolo

I'm sure many of you will have heard the beautiful guitar piece by Tarrega entitled Recuerdos...
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)...

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    Hi! I am an experienced and highly qualified musician with a passion for teaching. I teach all ages and all standards. So, if you are a serious music student or just learning as an enjoyable and fulfilling hobby then please contact me.
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    I've over ten years of professional experience as a performer & teacher of music. I'm a patient & dedicated teacher; I was awarded the LRAM (teaching diploma from the Royal Academy of Music) with distinction.
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    I am a professional freelance guitarist based in East London, with a specialist focus on Jazz and Rock/Pop. I have an enthusiastic and relaxed teaching style, for students of all ages and abilities.
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    I first learned classical guitar at the age of 5 before discovering electric guitar as a teenager and deciding to pass my grade 8 exam at the University of West London. I then started to teach for RGT and local music schools.
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Guitar Articles

  • Why Choose To Play Guitar?

    TobySeed Electric Guitar Teacher (South East London) Picture The chances are that if you are reading this article you have already selected to play the guitar, but maybe you need to convince your parents. Of course you should only opt for the instrument that you are passionate about, a second choice will always leave you thinking, "maybe I should have...
  • Finding Your Sound On Electric Guitar

    Myers Music Electric Guitar Teacher (Halifax) Picture With electric guitars, you have a vast array of tonal options. Which guitar, amp, pedals and all the ways of playing to which material of plectrum you play with, all contribute the final result of the sound. You can make one note on a guitar sound different in many ways just by how and where...
  • Positivity In Guitar Practice

    Charlie Keynton Electric Guitar Teacher (Brighton) Picture It is very common for guitarists to experience negativity and frustration at many levels of playing. It could be those first few chords, a challenging solo, ear training or that tricky F chord! There are so many different things that can cause problems. Sometimes this manifests itself into...

 

  • The Secret To A Successful Guitar Practice Session

    Anna Papadimitriou Electric Guitar Teacher (South West London) Picture I've had many students come to me and say that they practised for hours this week but still aren't seeing any improvement. They are frustrated. After asking them to talk me through their practice routine step by step, I understood why it wasn't working out. First of all, it's important to...
  • Be The Bass 'Backbone' Editor's Pick

    Joe Downard Bass Guitar Teacher (South East London) Picture The bass in western music has had its importance in many circumstances over the last 100 years. It has been part of a section in an orchestra, the sound of the tuba in a marching band, the thud from early Mississippi blues recordings, the long legato walking bass in jazz. These are all the...
  • How to Listen Editor's Pick

    Tom Gamble Classical Guitar Teacher (East London) Picture When was the last time you listened to music? I mean, really listened? In our contemporary urban living we are surrounded by music, sounds and noises 24/7. It engulfs us everywhere, so much so that often when we are in a place which is truly silent we can feel uncomfortable, uneasy and confused....