Guitar Lesson

Guitar Lesson

Guitar LessonGuitar Lessons London is the place to learn to play the guitar!  Teaching you ElectricAcoustic, Bass or a Classical Guitar Lesson. Each guitar lesson is taught with patience, expertise and understanding! Every great guitar lesson is designed to help new students get started or experienced guitarists take their playing to the next level. Our beginner guitar lesson will help you get started on your guitar. Free online guitar lesson with TAB, Videos and super easy to read diagrams. With London Guitar Academy‘s first guitar lesson you are guaranteed to improve your guitar playing immediately!

Guitar Lesson

Guitar Lesson

 

Electric guitar lesson

Electric guitar lesson

classical guitar lesson

classical guitar lesson

Acoustic guitar lesson

Acoustic guitar lesson

 

 

Guitar Lessons Week 1

Guitar Lessons Week 1

Guitar Lessons London Week 1 of LGA’s fantastic Guitar Lessons for for all guitar players. In London Guitar Academy‘s first lesson you will be learning: The anatomy of the guitar; How to read chord boxes and tab play Smoke On the Water, Seven Nation Army & Sunshine of your Love. All this wonderful guitar Knowledge will be yours in our first guitar lesson!

Guitar Lessons Week 1

Guitar Lessons Week 1

Guitar Week 1

Guitar Week 1

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BB King Guitar Great

The Mighty Riley B. King (born September 16, 1925), known by the stage name B.B. King, is an African-American blues guitarist and singer-songwriter.

Rolling Stone magazine ranked him at No. 6 on its list of the 100 greatest guitarists of all time (previously ranked No. 3 in the 2003 edition of the same list),[1] and he was ranked No. 17 in Gibson’s Top 50 Guitarists of All Time.[2] According to Edward M. Komara, King “introduced a sophisticated style of soloing based on fluid string bending and shimmering vibrato that would influence virtually every electric blues guitarist that followed.”[3] King was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1987. He is considered one of the most influential blues musicians of all time, because of this he is often nicknamed ‘The King of Blues’.BB also has an powerful soulful singing voice that has proved a powerful foil for his beautiful guitar playing.

BB King Lucille
Perhaps no other musical partnership has a history as long as that of the blues legend B.B. King and his beloved guitar named “Lucille.” Today the Gibson B.B. King Lucille model is a gorgeous ebony queen with gold hardware bearing King’s name on its headstock. But over the years there have been many Lucilles, including an actual woman whose name King took for his guitar.In the winter of 1949, King played at a dance hall in Twist, Arkansas. In order to heat the hall, a barrel half-filled with kerosene was lit, a fairly common practice at the time. During a performance, two men began to fight, knocking over the burning barrel and sending burning fuel across the floor. The hall burst into flames, which triggered an evacuation. Once outside, King realized that he had left his guitar inside the burning building. He entered the blaze to retrieve his beloved $30 Gibson guitar. Two people died in the fire. The next day, King learned that the two men were fighting over a woman named Lucille. King named that first guitar Lucille, as well as every one he owned since that near-fatal experience, as a reminder never again to do something as stupid as run into a burning building or fight over women.[1][2]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VgTWSEfGwEU&feature=share

B.B. King wrote a song called “Lucille” where he talks about his guitar and how it got that name. The song was first released as part of Lucille and it is included on the B. B. King Anthology 1962–1998 album.

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Lucille Blues Guitar Great

“It seems that it loves to be petted and played with. There’s also a certain way you hold it, the certain noises it makes, the way it excites me … and Lucille don’t want to play anything but the blues … Lucille is real, when I play her it’s almost like hearing words, and of course, naturally I hear cries.” — B.B. King, liner notes from the album, Lucille, 1968

 

Love music play guitar @ London Guitar Academy the natural home os Guitar Lessons in London.“The beautiful thing about learning is nobody can take it away from you.”

“We all have idols. Play like anyone you care about but try to be yourself while you’re doing so.” BB KING

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Our studio is located at 21 LONSDALE ROAD, QUEENS PARK, LONDON NW6 6RA. For any questions, please call us at 07957 230 354 “Unique and unrivalled learning experience”

 

BLUES GUITAR LESSONS LONDON

 

 

What do guitar greats Chuck Berry, Jimmy Page, Eric Clapton, Gary Moore, Albert King, Jimi Hendrix and countless others have in common? No, there isn’t a punchline: the answer is a knowledge of the basic blues format and the ability to blend it into their own contemporary styles.

Come to the London Guitar Academy and we’ll walk though all the must know blues licks!

1. T-Bone Walker
2. B.B. King
3. Stevie Ray Vaughan
4. Robert Johnson
5. Albert King
6. Eric Clapton
7. Buddy Guy
8. Mike Bloomfield
9. Peter Green
10. Johnny Winter
11. Otis Rush
12. Muddy Waters
13. Ronnie Earl
14. Freddie King
15. Earl Hooker
16. Elmore James
17. Albert Collins
18. Hubert Sumlin
19. Duane Allman
20. John Lee Hooker
21. Son House
22. Robert Cray
23. Jimmie Vaughan
24. Billy Gibbons
25. Lonnie Johnson
26. Roy Buchanan
27. Duke Robillard
28. Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown
29. Blind Lemon Jefferson
30. Charley Patton
31. Ry Cooder
32. Mississippi John Hurt
33. Robben Ford
34. Son Seals
35. Robert Nighthawk
36. Magic Sam
37. Luther Allison
38. Mississippi Fred McDowell
39. Jimmy Thackery
40. Derek Trucks
41. Warren Haynes
42. Lonnie Brooks
43. Jeff Healey
44. Mick Taylor
45. Lightnin’ Hopkins
46. Joe Bonamassa
47. Earl King
48. Lonnie Mack
49. Blind Willie Johnson
50. Johnny Copeland
51. Alvin Lee
52. Gary Moore
53. Big Bill Broonzy
54. Kim Simmonds
55. Elvin Bishop
56. Walter Trout
57. Roy Rogers
58. Guitar Slim
59. Sonny Landreth
60. Robert Jr. Lockwood
61. Steve Cropper
62. Shuggie Otis
63. Fenton Robinson
64. Amos Garrett
65. Coco Montoya
66. Kenny Wayne Shepherd
67. Kelly Joe Phelps
68. John Hammond
69. Alvin ‘Youngblood’ Hart
70. Lowell Fulson
71. Keb Mo
72. Smokin’ Joe Kubek
73. Rod Price
74. Rory Gallagher
75. Little Charley Baty
76. Wayne Bennett
77. Robin Trower
78. Blind Blake
79. Tinsley Ellis
80. Hollywood Fats
81. Taj Mahal
82. Guitar Shorty
83. Hound Dog Taylor
84. Kid Ramos
85. Dave Hole
86. Danny Kirwan
87. Matt ‘Guitar’ Murphey
88. Pee Wee Crayton
89. Harvey Mandel
90. Joe Louis Walker
91. Eddie Taylor
92. Snowy White
93. J.B. Lenoir
94. Skip James
95. Scrapper Blackwell
96. Chris Vachon
97. Little Milton
98. Blind Willie McTell
99. Luther Tucker
100. Stan Webb

London Guitar Academy

The London Guitar Academy is London’s only dedicated Rock Pop and Blues guitar school specialising in one to one guitar tuition in either electric or acoustic guitar.

Each lesson is tailored to suit each students individual taste and ability; offering a fresh and innovative approach to learning the guitar.

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