Banjo Lessons London Bluegrass Banjo Teacher in London
Banjo Lessons London is your local source for learning how to play the banjo. We have lessons ranging from learning parts of the banjo and basic rolls up to learning more advanced songs, breaks, and licks.Banjo Lessons London will Increase the speed and variety of your right hand rolls Improve your chord knowledge.Hugh Burns you Banjo Lessons London is VERY patient, thorough, knowledgeable and encouraging.
If you would like a tab of your favorite tune, Hugh can do that. If you can send Hugh a sample of your playing, or describe your level, he will be able to make an arrangement well-
Banjo player, workshop leader, banjo teacher, London
Banjo Lessons London with Hugh Burns covers all the essential Banjo techniques you will ever need in a personal and informative way:
Banjo rolls and picking patterns, left hand techniques, reading tablature, tuning the banjo, slides, hammer-ons and pull-offs, practice tips, memorizing, understanding timing, how to use a metronome, lots of great songs, chords up and down the neck and much more.
Banjo Lessons and Banjo Teachers in Greater London,
Banjo Lessons London learning the chords to classic songs, playing rolls and chords, up the neck chords, minor major and seventh chords. Tips and exercises to improve your chord changing ability. How to improve timing, pick steady, improvise simply, add slides, hammer-ons, and pull-offs to chords and chord changes in the song and much, much more.
A Typical Banjo Lesson in London may include...
Banjo lessons are focused on YOU, encompassing many approaches, genres, and techniques.Banjo lessons may include–
- Traditional Earl Scruggs style banjo
- Fiddle tunes
- Your favourite tunes
- Scales and music theory
- Chord shapes and progressions
- Composing your own songs and improvisations
- Finger picking and Clawhammer/ Frailing/ Strumming the Banjo
- Singing and playing
- How to practice/get better/memorize songs/play everyday
- Bluegrass, folk, pop, jazz, blues, metal, country, gospel, or experimental music applied to the banjo