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Guitar Lessons Near Me London Guitar Lessons Near Me. Supercharge your guitar playing with the very best guitar lessons London has to offer. All styles of music are taught, both electric and acoustic guitar in country, blues, rock, jazz, fingerstyle, as well as musical improvisation. You will learn guitar from an experienced teacher who will listen to […]

Guilty Pleasures: a Brief History of Chorus Chorus. Is there a more polarizing word in the guitar pedal world? Maybe Ring Mod, but even then that’s a heavy seventy-thirty split against it. Its warm, warble-y, and often- cheesy sound has cringed and excited players alike for decades since its flagship introduction in the 1970’s. Love […]

Do I have to learn musical theory to play guitar? “Do I have to learn musical theory to play guitar?” As a guitar tutor, this is a question I get asked on a regular basis and to my dismay, not one that has a straight forward answer. Depending on who you ask, you might be […]

4 reasons why playing the Acoustic guitar, also improves your Electric playing! I’ve been playing guitar for 12 years now! Unlike many beginner guitarists I started learning Electric guitar first, it was a couple of years later before I owned my first Acoustic. Like any 13 year-old who’d just got a new guitar, I was […]

A Brief Guide To Overdrive & Distortion In 1961, in a Nashville recording studio, producer Dan Law and engineer Glen Snoddy were recording Marty Robbins’ ‘Don’t Worry’ when a transistor in one of the channel strips of the console began to fail. This failed transistor produced a grainy sound that gave the bass an exciting […]

Repair log –  December 14th, 2006 Gibson ES335 thin-line double cutaway archtop guitar SN: xxxxxxxx made in the Nashville Plant, TN, USA Copyright retained by Terry Relph-Knight 20/06/18 Current value range estimate –  £ 1,500 to 2,000 Weight =  kg. lbs. Delivered with Gibson branded hard case Strung with –  0.008, 0.010, 0.015, 0.024, 0.033, […]

Guitar Lessons in London with London Guitar School Check out Guitar Lessons London : London Guitar Academy Adam and his immaculate guitar playing. Adam is a wonderful musician/teacher who has a unique command of the guitar. His musicality, fluidity & phrasing always shine. He has wonderful delicate balance to his playing and he has fantastic repertoire, and […]

Alternate tuning DADGAD As a teenager I was so cool that most of the music I listened to was recommended to me by my dad. This was often in the shape of classic British and American singer songwriters such as James Taylor and Steve Earle, and while I have since diversified somewhat, the influence that […]

Repair Log: 1998 Martin D28 rosewood back and sides, figured spruce top dreadnought SN: xxxxxx 23/06/18 Copyright retained Terry Relph-Knight New D28s list at $3,299 Current value – £1,089 to £1,479 Supplied with a Martin ABS hard case. Serial number is on the inside face of the heel block. A classic Martin D28 14 frets […]

Mastering the Pentatonic Article 4 – Mark Knopfler; “Sultans of Swing”, adding the 2nd, and flirting with Harmonic Minor. The Pentatonic Scale is the holy grail for guitarists. It’s easy to play and it sounds amazing. [image][/image] This series will show you how to get the most out of our favourite scale, and how making […]