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Guitar Lessons London from experienced, friendly, and professional instructors at London Guitar Academy! We specialise in guitar lessons in London. Classes are available in a variety of styles, including: Rock, Acoustic and Classical.
Guitar Lessons London offer focused, individualised guitar lessons for beginner students, and for intermediate and advanced guitarists who want to take their playing to the next level. . London Guitar Academy guitar lessons are personalised and structured. Learn the basics or improve your existing guitar skills if you play already. Learn to play the guitar in the context of music that you like, whether you are just a beginner or an advanced guitarist.
Guitar Instruction London Learn how to:
- Play your favourite songs
- Improve your technique
- Alternate Tunings
London Guitar Academy teach in a wide range of styles, including Rock, Pop, Blues, Metal, Jazz, Classical, R&B/funk, Country and Folk, and we teach electric guitar lessons and acoustic guitar lessons, bass guitar lessons, and keyboard. You can learn electric blues chops along the lines of Stevie Ray, Magic Sam, Eric Clapton, Muddy Waters, BB King, Freddie King, Jimi Hendrix, etc.
Guitar Lessons London also provide bass, classical and Latin guitar lessons.
You will learn to play the classical, Spanish guitar and learn how to read music, proper right and left hand positions, scales, arpeggios, and beautiful repertoire.
Beginners are welcome, as well as advanced. I have many years of experience with children, teenagers, and adults. Whatever level you are at, I will help you reach your maximum potential.
Learn to play notes, strum chords, read music and count rhythms. Play solo and in groups. Students of all ages and playing experience are welcome, including adult beginners. You can choose whether to learn for your own enjoyment or concentrate on serious study. Lessons cover every aspect of guitar playing from solo pieces through to chords and song accompaniment. You will also learn music theory relevant to guitar playing.
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Guitar Lessons Kilburn NW6 - Start with our step-by-step beginner lessons Learn the Guitar in Kilburn London NW6. London Guitar Academy are very patient and friendly and the lessons will progress at your own pace. Our lessons will be fun and relaxed as well as structured and...
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