Guitar lessons Lverpool / Online Guitar Lessons

Author: Jo bywater

  • 6 Questions I ask people enquiring about guitar lessons (and why)

    6 Questions I ask people enquiring about guitar lessons (and why)

    6 Questions I ask new guitar students in order to prepare with focus and make lessons more effective. They may want one lesson or lessons for years. Ask the right questions to give value for money and a bespoke experience.

  • Why one-to-one guitar lessons help your progress: 5 good reasons

    Why one-to-one guitar lessons help your progress: 5 good reasons

    Should I get a guitar teacher? A common question. I also wonder this when I’m learning a new skill. There are so many resources online that surely we can muddle through on our own and figure it out. Right? True. There are loads of resources online. The issue is though there’s the whole spectrum of […]

  • Student profile #3: Maggie

    It’s interesting and inspiring to read about other peoples journeys, especially in a pursuit you may be interested in yourself… this case learning to play guitar. So why DO people learn guitar?… Maggie is in High School. She began guitar lessons with me 3 years ago face to face and has come on a very […]

  • Are one-to-one online guitar lessons effective? Tips to optimise.

    Are one-to-one online guitar lessons effective? Tips to optimise.

    Online lessons and their effectiveness is a common conversation at the moment. We operate more and more virtually. Some embrace this, others not so much. Here’s what I’ve learned teaching online in the last 2 1/2years…

  • ANY age is good to start playing guitar – Carmels 60th Birthday performance

    Earlier on this year I had an email from Carmel looking for guitar lessons. She had never played guitar before. Her husband had bought her an electric guitar and amp (a year before) to start and they had ended up in the house gathering dust… On our first lesson she told me her goal was […]

  • Jack Mitchell – Urgh! song release

    Hi All! It gives me great pleasure to share with you this track from Jack. Urgh! An awesome gritty/pop tune with some good bounce. Jack has been having guitar lessons with me for the last year. A keyboard player already, he came with a top musical ear (especially for catchy melodies and counter rhythms). After […]

  • RSL Awards Grade 2 success!!

    Fantastic news for the second time this week. I’d like to congratulate my electric guitar student Bailey on his well-earned Merit achieved in his recent RSL Awards Electric Guitar Grade 2 exam. Bailey, top work!

  • Grade 5 Success!

    I’m absolutely made up today to be able to share the good news that my electric guitar student Harry has passed his RSL Awards Electric Guitar Grade 5 with an 80% Merit. Harry has worked really hard, is a great lad and has also been offered an Unconditional place at LIPA Sixth Form this September. […]

  • Online Lessons Now Available

    Good Afternoon All, As everyone is fully aware there has been a huge change in the daily lives of a vast number of people with the concern over Coronavirus. A lot of alterations are taking place, restrictions on movement and contact are one of them. Insofar as teaching this has had quite an impact on […]

  • Happy New Year and Grade successes

    Welcome back and Happy New Year for 2020! May all of your creative goals be ready and raring to go after an indulgent Festive December. I have 3 congratulations to students this week after they successfully achieved their chosen Grades at the end of 2019 – Bailey Haydon – Achieved a Merit in RSL Awards […]