Do you find learning guitar confusing?
I offer lessons in Electric Guitar, Classical Guitar, Bass Guitar, Saxophone and Ukulele to all ages and abilities around Lanarkshire. I teach all styles. Mobile Service. All students are taught standard music notation, tab and improvisational skills. Mobile service available 9 am until 9 pm seven days a week. Professional Musician and Tutor.
Patient, fun but thorough. Lessons can also be tailored to your particular requirements.
Special offer for morning/afternoon lessons ...generous discounted rates being offered, just ask !!!!!!! Its the time of year again when I can also offer printed gift vouchers for gift presentation for Birthdays, etc.
I am a professional guitar teacher with many years of teaching experience. I am well known, not just for being a good musician, but for my passion and ability at teaching well structured understandable lessons. Lessons 9 am until 9 pm seven days a week. I have also experience in teaching students with special needs.
Learn by grade, theory, technique or just songs you like. All lessons are tailored for your specific needs and personal goals. Covering all styles and genres. I can also assist in preparation for Rockschool, 21 st, Century Guitar Method (Grades 1-3), RGT & SQA Standard and Higher examinations.
Lessons are taught in the comfort of your own home and are suitable for people of all ages and abilities. Beginners my speciality. Some practice and you'll sound good after just four lessons. Can also show you how to look after and maintain your guitar and I'm a wizard with Floyd Rose set-ups.
My lessons enable my pupils to develop with confidence and enjoyment. Planning all lessons with precision and care, while creating a relaxed pleasant environment to teach. Making lessons interesting and fun, but most importantly guiding you to progress quickly and effectively, so that you feel confident in your guitar playing abilities.
I am fully CRB/Disclosure Scotland checked for more information please feel free to contact me with any questions. Excellent references available. I can also advise on purchase and renting of instruments.
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David Pollard, Airdire
When my son (11) wanted to learn to play the guitar we looked around for a tutor to teach him and are very happy to have found Campbell. I could write this review myself explaining how his playing has developed and progressed over the last 9 months and how good Campbell is at encouraging him etc. However since it is my son who is getting the lessons I asked him instead and he said: "playing guitar is cool, but playing with Campbell is much more fun. We would definitely recommend Campbell.
Audrey Tweedie, Airdrie
Campbell is pleasant, patient and takes time with his students, nothing is ever a bother, my nine year old shouts Campbell's here the minute she sees his car, he is also teaching my 50 year old husband, and we have nothing but praise for him .
K. Hart, Newarthill
Campbell has taught my son from the day he had his first Guitar. My son is not only able to play with confidence but at a level where if wanted has the ability to take on his own students at only 17years old.
A. Dunn, Carluke, Wishaw
Campbell has been teaching my son for almost two years. Campbell is very professional and enthusiastic. My son enjoys his lesson very much. Campbell is good at motivating and encouraging my son to practice. I highly recommend Campbell as a guitar tutor.
A. Campbell, Airdrie
We have had Campbell as our daughter's tutor for over six months and he has helped her a great deal. He seems very thorough in his approach and more importantly he shares his love of the guitar and music and has increased her confidence no end.
Mrs. Ann Ferries, Coatbridge
"My daughter Jordanne is the only person in her class to have scored 66 out of 66 in her music exam"
With a Teaching Career dating from 1993 and an International reputation - teaching throughout the UK to Australia and many countries between - since 2010, Robin T. MMus, BMus (Hons.), ATCL (Dip.), MISM provides solutions to your musical issues.
Robin T. is a Music Teacher in Banchory serving 65 Students and an International cohort of Students via Online Tuition. Singing, Piano, Guitar, Bass, Drums and Elocution Lessons. After teaching internationally for years, Robin has added to his role, teaching English through Music. Incorporating TEFL qualifications with Music Teaching qualifications.
Thanks for visiting my profile - I'm Jon Rattenbury and I play and teach guitar and other fretted instruments. I've been involved with music professionally for 20 years.
Do you want to learn the guitar, bass or ukulele? I am a professional guitar teacher that has helped hundreds of students of all ages achieve their musical goals.
NOW TEACHING ONLINE - Since early March 2020, I've been teaching students using Zoom, Skype, Facetime and MS Teams. I can help you learn while we are all restricted to staying at home. Get in touch for a FREE consultation and technical setup so that you can have online guitar lessons.
I have taught guitar in Sussex for 20 years, both privately and in schools, colleges and university. I help students with auditions, performances, music exams and just getting better at playing. Whether you want to learn classical guitar, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, bass guitar or ukulele, I have the knowledge and experience to ensure you can progress quickly.
I provide tuition for music theory and often contribute practical help and guidance for composing and song-writing. I even have experience on lute and baroque guitar, if you have an interest in early music. For those interested in singing while playing guitar or ukulele, I can share my own singing and accompanying experience and help you find your voice.
My wide experience teaching children and teenagers ensures that students will enjoy learning their instrument while making real progress. Past and present students have worked on music A-level, GCSE and IB performances, undergraduate university degree coursework, practiced for concerts and gigs, prepared for auditions and for music grade exams.
I also teach adults, from complete beginners to university students, to other guitar teachers who want to widen their knowledge. Also for adult classical guitarists, I run a regular guitar group. This is great for sight-reading, learning new repertoire and musicianship. It's also good fun and it's a friendly and relaxed group.
I have worked as a music examiner for RSL (Rockschool) and IBO, and helped ABRSM with music syllabus development, so I have a very good understanding of music qualifications.
I have enhanced DBS certification for working with children and vulnerable adults, and Public Liability Insurance.
Learning any instrument should be a fun and rewarding experience, I am passionate about music and hope to pass this onto all the students I teach.
I have been teaching guitar, bass and ukulele since 2000. Throughout this time, I have worked with several different organisations. These include the Derbyshire City and County Music Partnership, Sheffield Music service, HI Gain Guitar school and Harmony Music school. At present I still work along side the Sheffield Music Service as an accredited teacher. This gives me access to professional development courses as well as an enhanced DBS certificate. A recent observation judged my lessons as outstanding.
Through teaching guitar, I have had the pleasure of see many of my students grow into well round musicians performing in bands and working in the music industry. Students range from beginner to established players looking to refine their skills. Everyone is welcome, and I teach students from the age of 7 right through to retired people looking for a new challenge.
Through teaching guitar, I have been interviewed for the guitar tutor magazine as well as being feature in the Guitar techniques magazine.
Aside from teaching I have worked in many bands over my career playing in venues across the country from theatres to clubs and everything in between. One of my claims to fame is performing in front of both Prince William and Prince Harry.
As well as teaching and gigging, I also work for the London College of music as an examiner. For this I travel around the country conducting exams in Guitar, Bass and Ukulele from the beginner stage right through to diplomas in performance and teaching. This work has not only seen me travel across the U. K but I have also completed 2 exam tours of Australia and New Zealand as well as trips to Greece, Cyprus and Ireland.
I have acquired a wealth of experience within the music business, with a semi-professional involvement that has spanned over thirty years. I didn’t pick up the electric guitar until I was seventeen, but I was playing in a band within six months due to my obsession and methodical self-teaching.
I now play several related instruments i. e. acoustic guitar, bass, banjo, ukulele, mandolin and the diatonic harmonica. I offer lessons on all these instruments.
I became a music teacher at a relatively late stage in my career, in fact it happened almost by accident! I had just been made redundant from an engineering position, and was killing time in a local music shop by trying out a guitar (October 2002). The proprietor was evidently impressed with my playing, because he asked if I was interested in taking on students. My first students were all originally customers of this shop (Muzart, in Bishop’s Stortford). Another local music shop in Harlow (Tones) has also been kind enough to allow me to advertise in their premises for students. I have since become a member of the Registry of Guitar Tutors. and the Musicians Union.
I consider myself as one of the lucky people whose hobby and interest have grown into a successful living.
My name is Timmy and I have been a guitar teacher for over 10 years and a music teacher for 5 years.
Throughout the years I have learnt all tricks and trades. From industry secrets, to producing methods, my vast past in the industry has helped me get to where I am today.
If you are interested in learning guitar, or gaining extra knowledge in your GCSE/ A level subject I am here to help and supply resources only available through me.
Guitar & Bass Tuition in The Peterborough Area: professional dedicated affordable Teacher available, All Styles All Ages, beginners a speciality, Rock Indie & Pop, Punk & Metal, Blues, Rock & Roll, Ska & Reggae, 60`s retro and acoustic. Learn the style & songs of your favourite bands. lesson slots available daytimes weekends evenings and after school. Help with GCSE & A Level music syllabus. Scales, chords, modal theory, songwriting, recording and Improvisation. Custom built teaching studio with amps, effects drum programs & Recording facilities. Successfully teaching in Cambridgeshire since 1994.
I am Stephen M. a guitar, ukulele teacher running Guitar Lessons Camberley. Teaching is from my home in Sandhurst near Camberley. I have taught the guitar for Wellington College, Bearwood College, Hampshire Music Services, Thames Valley University, Yamaha Music Schools and Berkshire Maestro’s.
38 years guitar teaching experience.
I teach all guitar styles Electric, Acoustic, Classical, Music theory and the Ukulele. Pupils are taught one to one and lessons are planned around their needs and desires
I am in easy reach of local areas such as: Camberley, Wokingham, Bracknell, Sandhurst, Fleet, Crowthorne, Blackwater, Bagshot, Ascot, Finchampstead, Yateley, Farnborough, Farnham, Aldershot, Hook, Lightwater, Berkshire, Surrey and Hampshire.
I am friendly, relaxed and patient with a conscientious attitude. I have qualifications in teaching, a member of the “Incorporated Society Of Musicians” and “Register of Guitar Teachers”.
I have played in several bands and I am currently a lead guitarist in a local band www.***
Lessons are £18 for 30 mins or £35 an hour
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My name is Chris www.*** I am a music teacher offering acoustic, electric and bass guitar tuition, as well as beginners keyboard and drum lessons in Saughall, near Chester, Cheshire.
Committed to providing bespoke learning programmes, personalised to the individual student's wants and www.*** 's ALL ABOUT YOU!
Friendly, positive, approachable, student-centered, patient, encouraging and fun!
A highly experienced musician and teacher to all ages and abilities, including students with additional learning needs.
A member of the RGT@LCM (Registry of Guitar Tutors).
DBS checked (Disclosure & Barring Service).
Located at easy-to-access, custom-built, teaching studios in the centre of Saughall with plenty of parking.
I have been teaching guitar and music theory for over twenty years, and am regularly recommended by clients. I am a friendly, experienced RGT-registered and DBS-checked guitar tutor who delights in getting excellent results from students. I teach all styles of guitar (also bass guitar, ukulele, banjo and mandolin) and can accommodate students of all ages and abilities.
Guitar, singing and ukulele lessons in Leicester, England.
Learn guitar, banjo, bass, ukulele, songwriting, music production in the Coventry area. Professional one to one lessons for adults. Learn to play the music you love. Phil www.*** One of the Midlands longest established teachers. Over Thirty years experience . Student-centred learning I teach you the music you want to play. Lessons are structured and pre-planned but there is always room for spontaneity and fun.
In his earlier years he played piano in a jazz/dance band, and guitar and bass guitar in rock groups, both semi-professionally. He taught in secondary school from 1995 until his retirement in 2005, and also privately for 20 years on a one-to-one basis. He also has experience of peripatetic teaching in primary schools for both keyboards and guitar, as well as providing tuition at a music shop.
Deive M. One to One Tuition Piano - Keyboard - Guitar - Bass - Drums - Theory £32 for a one hour lesson, reduced to £29 if paid in advance, and the first one is also only £29.
Length and frequency of lessons are flexible. All ages welcome. I am able to teach students to play any songs or pieces they like and not make them learn any they don’t like. I teach them to play by ear and by notation. I also teach them how to improvise, and speak their mind musically. I have 18 years experience in this line of work, and for 17 years now it has been my full-time occupation. I have studied music at Los Angeles Musicians Institute and Cambridge Anglia Ruskin University. My name is pronounced ‘Dave Montaig’. ‘Deive’ is short for Deiven. Students can choose to learn any or all of the instruments I teach. They do not have to own an instrument to spend part of their lesson learning it. Students do not have to learn to read conventional sheet music. Furthermore, I do not teach it to beginners. I do teach it to those who want to learn it, but only after they have learnt my own ‘RSMR’ notation system. I don’t want to give them an overcomplicated, incorrect view of music that may make them give up. RSMR is the Rational System of Musical Reference, and is not just a notation system; it incorporates a new nomenclature system also. The conventional theory, nomenclature and notation of music contain some serious mistakes. The notation system is overcomplicated, presenting us with a number of things that do not exist in music itself, much of the nomenclature is naming elements of a notation system rather than elements of music itself, and the theory of pitch and the theory of rhythm presented to us do not acknowledge this. Furthermore, much of the notation and nomenclature is imprecise, impractical, inappropriate or misleading, and many of the terms used are given two or more conflicting meanings. Students do unfortunately have to learn much of the conventional nomenclature - because it is so widely used. Many musicians cannot read the notation and do not use it – including many of the world’s most popular musicians – but all musicians use the nomenclature to some extent. All students of pitch-playing instruments should be taught the conventional names of the twelve absolute pitch-tones and all students of chord-playing instruments should be taught the conventional names of the chords, but they should also be taught that these names are bad ones. There is now an enormous library of song notations that are available for free on the web which simply present the lyrics and chord-changes in the song, with the chords indicated simply by name, and every guitarist and keyboardist should learn how to read these; however, they should also learn how those chord-names are far from good ones. I have no problem with beginner guitar and bass students being taught conventional ‘tablature’ notation, and I often give them tabs that have been published on the web. The only difference with my own tablature is that it includes timing details; conventional rhythmic-timing notation is not compatible with guitar tab, but my rhythmic-timing notation is compatible with any system of pitch notation. I do teach ‘grade’ exam courses if requested, and have taught those from the Trinity, ABRSM and Rockschool awarding bodies, but I don’t teach these to an absolute beginner. They present rudimentary music theory as little more than the rules of a bad system of musical reference stated as if it is a good one. I teach the real rudiments of music, and this does not involve introducing such things as the sharp, the flat or the time signature. The sharps, flats and time signatures we are presented with in the notation are elements of notation, not music, and they are in the notation because the notation system is overcomplicated. The sharp and the flat came from the use of a pitch-staff which makes room for only seven of the twelve musical pitch-tones, and the time signature came from using different single note and rest symbols to indicate different rhythmic durations and then allowing them to change which durations they represent. The twelve absolute pitch-tones of the Western musical pitch-tone system should have been given permanent identities, not temporary identities which are dependent on which key or chord they temporarily belong to. And note duration should have been measured in beat-value, not semibreve-value. Semibreves do not exist in music. I came to realise and understand the main mistakes in the theory, nomenclature and notation of music before I ever started teaching, and this was one of the reasons I went into teaching. It caused me to confront these mistakes head on and find the solutions. Some of these solutions had already been proposed by others, and some had not. The staff design I use for keyboard and general-purpose pitch notation has been around for almost two centuries, although I have presented it in a particular way that is unique and improved, but the rhythmic-timing notation system I use with all my students, no matter what the instrument, is entirely of my own invention. I also have invented numerous other music learning aids that translate what we hear into something we can see.
Nottingham based music teacher with over 10 years experience. Full DBS currently Head of Music in a school. Available for guitar/bass guitar lessons, BTEC Music Level 2 and Level 3 tuition/support and Degree Level Music Business tutoring. Also available for band coaching/production work.
Will travel. £25ph
I can provide lessons for all styles of guitar and other instruments such as bass, mandolin, and ukulele. Primarily teaching on-line.