Take guitar Lessons in London

4 Reasons why you should take guitar Lessons in London

Have you ever learned to play guitar? Well, you definitely should!

Playing guitar is not only a beautiful hobby for all ages but also a fantastic way to express your musical talent through both technique and creativity.

Guitar Lessons London is the perfect place to take guitar lessonsand improve your music skills. Our experienced teacher James will be happy to teach you to play guitar, showing you the right techniques and helping you to find your own style.

Whether you want to practice with the basic chords or to play a soulful guitar solo, here you can find what you’re looking for. Our courses are aimed to both children and adults and cover all levels, from complete beginner to advanced.

Moreover, here you can choose your favourite style. Are you a fan of classical guitar? Or you prefer the energetic sound of the electric? Whatever is the style of your choice, at Guitar Lessons London you can find the best guitar tuition of the city.

Would you like to know more? Here are 4 simple reasons why our courses are so professional and well structured:

1) Our flexibility and accessibility

Our school is based in London, but we are able toteach you wherever you like, so you can take your lesson at your preferred music studio or simply in the comfort of your home. So, if you have difficult to reach our studio, there is absolutely no problem, we can reach you! 

Also, you have the possibility to take one-to-one lessons or group classes, according to your needs. You just need to contact usand we can advise you the most appropriate course for your level and necessities. And if you don’t own a guitar, no problem, you can use one of ours to start your lessons.

2) Your continuous improvement

Don’t worry if you’re a complete beginner,  you won’t stay that way for a long time. At Guitar Lessons London you can learn everything about playing guitar, from the correct position of the hands on the strings to strumming patterns.

Your progress will be visible and continuous and you wil become a good guitarist very quickly. Practicing with our teacher will help you to achieve your goals, whether you want to get a degree or just to play for fun. 

3) Speaking about fun…

…would you like to make new friends and share with them your common passion? Guitar Lessons London is the right place! Here you have the opportunity to meet people who love playing guitar like you and have fun together. 

Also,Todd is such a talented and patient teacher and creates during his lessons a relaxed and encouraging atmosphere. No worry of not being good at: whether you decide to take private lessons or group classses, you can develop your music skills and become a strong and confident musician. 

4) Simply because playing guitar is a magic musical instrument!

Just think about it: when someone’s playing a guitar, a little crowd of people always gathers around. Guitar sound is unmistakable and makes you immediately want to sing together. 

Taking guitar lessons in London allows you to play and sing your favourite songs for your friends and family or even to perform on a stage in front of a real audience. Maybe you’ll become a famous rockstar, who knows!

London Guitar Tutors

London Guitar Tutors

Guitar Lessons London are  recognized for being a master musicians and teachers with an enthusiastic and joyful passion for playing and for teaching all ages, all levels, and all styles of music. Learn to play any style of music,  our guitar lessons focus around exploring the musical interests of my students and teaching them the techniques to make their music sound truly fantastic and have absolute freedom across the fret-board. LGA’s goal as a guitar instructor is to develop you into a well-rounded musician as well as a good guitarist. Guitar Lessons Just For You ,with over 300 years of combined teaching experience, our brilliant tutors offer private lessons that are tailored to the students needs and allow them to learn at his or her own pace. Lessons will always center around practicality and the learning style of the student to encourage creative expression, higher level thinking, and a lifelong taste for beauty.

London Guitar Tutors

“I have learned so much from London Guitar Academy about guitar. The benefits I have received by taking guitar lessons from you, have been numerous, and priceless! I started off really into rock and contemporary music, but have learned to appreciate and respect classical guitar and in fact, the understanding of the classical modes has improved my ear. LGA creates an environment that is both conducive to learning and fun, my favourite part about guitar lessons is guitar playing technique”

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  • Learn to play at your own pace, Learn to play all your favorite songs, Guitar lessons is a rewarding learning experience
  • SHOWCASE PROGRESS at in-store recitals, clinics, open mics, and more
  • Electric & acoustic guitar players as well as bassists are welcome
  • Play Songs, Write Songs, Improvise Lead Guitar
  • Our beginner classes are perfect for young musicians interested in learning guitar or bass as a second instrument
  • new students start without ever holding a guitar before coming to their first lesson. Your teacher will work to motivate and guide you
  • Lead Style, Hand Exercises, Rhythm Style, Power Chord Forms, Octaves, Finger Style
  • Safe learning environment, HIGHLY QUALIFIED instructors
  • guitar in a number of styles including classical, jazz, pop, and Latin Jazz. Currently, we teach guitar, ukulele, bass guitar
  • Classes for beginner, intermediate and advanced guitarist
  • A diverse and exciting program that caters to ALL AGES AND ABILITIE
  • Our instructors teach students of all ages and skill level so whether you are young or old, beginner or pro, we all have something to learn
  • Chords, Basic Chords, Emotional Effects of Chords, Chord Naming Rules, Chord Interval Study, Tablature
  • Right and Left Hand Guitar Techniques, Read Music for Guitar

  • Five Moveable Forms  Chords (CAGED) system. Ska and Funk Chords, Interval Formula Progressions,Jazz Progressions, Chords in a Key, Chords by Numbers, Twelve Bar Blues, Country Style
  • Learn riffs, become more proficient with chords and scales, and rock out with a rhythm section
  • Chords with Riffs, Pentatonic Scales, Playing Lead, Pentatonic Scales
  • Music Theory, Study Solo Pieces, Guitar Chord Construction

  • If you want to play acoustic guitar or eletric guitar, we have the right teacher for you
  • All contemporary music styles with many years of experience onstage and in the studio
  • Our Songwriting program gives students the opportunity to create original music within a band setting under the guidance of an LGA instructor
  • written music and diagrams are given these materials and gradually introduced to other techniques

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How to sound like Sonic Youth

5 Pedals or Less: How to sound like Sonic Youth

Its funny what being branded a loser in high school has done for some of the most iconic Alt music in the game today, and the same can be said for pretty music all awkwardly cool music in existence too.

You don’t belong, you form a band because you think ‘hey they already hate me anyway so what’s the worst that can happen?’ and then you go on to write music that connects with every other person who felt like they didn’t belong too and become a superstar.

Now I don’t know for sure that the guys in Sonic Youth were branded losers in high school. Nor do I know basically anything about them other than their music. But hey, sometimes you just get a feeling.

5 Pedals or Less: How to sound like Sonic Youth

5 Pedals or Less: How to sound like Sonic Youth

What I do know is how to use pedals to sound like them. And fortunately that’s all I’m getting paid to do so I’m just gonna shut up and get on with it.

Before I get into pedals though, I need to mention some pre pedal gear you’ll need to do this right:

  • Some kind of Fender amp. Ideally a Princeton, but anything with that classic jangle sound will do.
  • A guitar with fender voiced Humbuckers, and if you can make it something Alt-y like a Jazzmaster so you look like a kool dude

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Pedal 1: Boss CH-1 Super Chorus (£70)

Starting from the cleans and working up here. Sonic Youth like nearly every Alt band ever really liked using chorus, and why not? It sounds dope and when used properly doesn’t have to be a cheesy 80’s vibe (although I love that vibe so don’t you dare say bad word about it so help me god).
Thing is, in order to get the right chorus sound you need it to be on the budget side of the price point scale, but with enough sculpt-ability to get the right sound. Boom. CH-1. I’ve said it before I don’t wanna say it again, just buy it. Don’t be stupid.

Pedal 2: BOSS 59’ Bassman Pedal (£79-£114)

Ok, so couple things you need to consider when looking at the Sonic Youth drive sound. They tended to crank old amps to get a natural drive sound, then have another guitar with some kind of fuzz on it to get this marriage of old and new style gain. I don’t recommend cranking your fender amp up for gain, because like them, you’ll go deaf. What you can do however is buy pedals that recreate amp style gain like the BOSS 59’.
I chose this one purely because it’s the only one I’ve owned in this style of pedal and it works great. They’re quite hard to buy new these days but there are tons on Ebay. I know that’s a pain for some people but its not that hard to pick one up and all the other pedals coming out that do this type of thing either suck or cost £200 so you do the math.

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Pedal 3: EHX Op-Amp Muff (£75)

Finishing off the drive section with, of course, a fuzz. Sonic Youth would sound a whole lot less angst-y without some good ole fuzz. Virtually every Alt band of note used the Op- Amp big muff in the 90’s (Smashing Pumpkins being the most noted) because of its stupidly high gain wall of fuzz sound. This reissue does a near perfect job and its small and £75. Sometimes it’s best to know a good thing when you see it and not mess with it.

Pedal 4: Way Huge Echo-Puss (£140)

Nearly there now. The flip side of Sonic Youth’s massive guitar sounds is their more delicate, almost ambient instrumentals that are scattered across their discography. So in order to do that you’ll need a delay, and ideally an analogue one.

I feel like the Echo-Puss always gets overlooked in the conversation of best analogue delays. To say that it’s a semi clone of the Memory man and the deluxe reissue by EHX costs £190 to its £140 (and sounds better IMO) it baffles me so few know or use it. But anyway I’m getting off the point, it’s a great sounding delay, the modulation on it is peng (trendy kid words) and it’ll do anything from lush delays, to ambient delays, to fuzzy distorted soundscapes. You really can’t go wrong with this one.

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Do I have to learn music theory to play guitar?

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 told its imperative and there is no other way to learn. Others will tell you it’s not necessary at all but ultimately it depends on you, your musical aspirations and what you want to get out of playing the guitar. 

I encounter a lot of people who have already decided that learning musical theory isn’t for them and their primary goal is to be able to play some songs that they like. The guitar is an excellent instrument to do this on because it allows you to learn ‘shapes’. A method of memorising where to put your fingers for different chords, scales, arpeggios etc. as opposed to learning what notes your playing. Even by learning as few as four different chord shapes you can already start to play hundreds of different songs, without having to learn the theoretical side of key signatures, chord construction and scales. 

Do I have to learn musical theory to play guitar?

Do I have to learn musical theory to play guitar?

 

In my opinion, this is a really fast and rewarding way to learn guitar. When you first start taking guitar lessons, there can be a lot to take in and remember. It can be overwhelming to get to grips with physically playing the guitar as well as concentrating on the theory at the same time. I think this can deter a lot of beginner students and can overcomplicate your initial encounter with a guitar. The fastest way to improve your guitar playing is to be inspired and motivated. We achieve that by learning things we are passionate about. So the ability to play the songs you love quickly, will make you want to learn more. Once you are feeling more confident with your playing and your ready to kick things up a gear, this is when the theory comes in! 

Musical theory is the universal language of musicians. Its a way of communicating with other musicians, through a definitive way of describing the music. Its the difference between ‘this chord sounds jazzy’ and ‘this chord is a C7#9’. When you get to the stage you’re wanting to play with other people, maybe write some music or just gain a deeper understanding of what it is you’re doing, this is the perfect time to fill in the blanks. You already have a base knowledge of how to play the guitar, now you can apply the theory to it. Its much easier to learn how a C major chord is made up, when you already know how to play it, what it looks like and what it sounds like. 

This is how I was introduced to musical theory. I self taught myself for a few years until I knew it was time to take things to the next stage and started taking guitar lessons. For me personally, learning musical theory was a really exciting time. It was filled with ‘light bulb’ moments and I was constantly having epiphanies as I learnt how everything was interconnected. The more I found out, the more I wanted to know. It gave me a new found confidence in my playing and allowed me to play more intentionally. Knowing new scales and how they were connected to chords gave me new ways to write more interesting music. I felt like my overall understanding of music was slowly falling into place. It was a very rewarding experience that gave me confidence to join my first band and start playing in public. For lack of a better word, I felt a bit more legit. 

I’ve also met a lot of guitarists who feel like they have left it too late to learn musical theory and I can get why they might feel that way. If you’ve been playing for years and not touched on any theory, it can seem like a daunting task, almost like starting from scratch. However, I guarantee you it will rejuvenate your playing! You probably know way more than you think, you might just not have names for things for the things you know or how to use them to their fullest. With a few basic theory lessons you can really start to see playing the guitar with a whole new perspective. You don’t have to learn the notes of the Phrygian dominant scale, but learning key signatures and how chords and scales are constructed will prove incredibly useful. 

There are some useful and simple things that you can do yourself, if you feel like its time to know some theory. Start by learning the notes of the strings and notes of the fretboard (you can find a fretboard diagram on the internet), learn the notes of the chromatic scale, find out the difference between a tone and a semi-tone, get yourself a beginners music theory book and start reading. If your having guitar lessons or thinking of taking some, all these things will prepare you, which will give you the best chance of success. It’s also important to find out the best way you learn. Some people find it easier to learn with the guitar in their hands and hear what they are doing, others like to see the theory written down and be taught in a more visual way. By communicating with whoever is teaching you, find the method that is going to help you make the most progress. 

There have been hundreds of famous and successful musicians over the years that haven’t had the slightest clue about musical theory and that hasn’t held them back. At its essence playing the guitar should be about creative expression. As long as the music is what you intended to create, it doesn’t really matter how you get there. Music theory is just a tool that can make you more knowledgeable and give you more musical insight. As a result it will enhance the music that you create!

By Adam Ward 

Playing the Acoustic guitar also improves your Electric playing

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 immediately obsessed with it and couldn’t put it down. As a result, I neglected my Electric guitar for a bit whilst I happily strummed along to the likes of Oasis and crew. As you do. 

When I eventually got tired of going through open chords and picked up my Electric again, I noticed something… my Electric playing had massively improved. I realised that playing the Acoustic had given some major benefits to my skills on the Electric.12 years on, I still practice and perform on them both and in this article I’m going to explain some of the reasons I think the Acoustic has vastly improved my Electric playing and my musicianship in general.

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Stamina 

All you have to do is look at an Acoustic and an Electric guitar next to each other to notice that the Acoustic is just physically bigger. It has a wide hollowed body, thicker neck and usually thicker strings. So it is no surprise it takes a bit more physicality to play it. Sometimes we have to press down on the frets harder to get that warm tone, other times we have to play endless bar chords until our forearm burns. However, this is a productive pain and will stand you in good stead. 

Developing stamina is one of the toughest challenges a lot of guitarists face, especially if you don’t get time to play as often as you’d like. Think of playing the Electric guitar as working out and the acoustic guitar as working out with a weighted vest on. It might hurt at the time, but the harder you workout the quicker you’ll get into shape. In my experience, after practicing on my Acoustic then going back to the Electric, my fingers are far more nimble and I can play for way longer on both. I also find playing my Acoustic for 10 minutes or so before starting on the Electric is a great way to warm up!

Playing the Acoustic guitar also improves your Electric playing

 

Rhythm

Playing Acoustic guitar has without a doubt, improved my rhythm playing and ability to keep tempo. Unlike the Electric guitar where you can find yourself playing lots of lead guitar lines and solos, the Acoustic guitar is more widely used as an accompaniment. So as nice as feeling your way through a melodic, tasteful solo on the acoustic can be, a lot of the time you will be providing rhythm guitar… and this should excite you! 

One of the things I’ve enjoyed most about playing my Acoustic is discovering more ways to create interesting and intricate rhythms in my playing. If you’re like me, you’ll have those moments where you see someone do something amazing and become instantly inspired. One of those moments for me was seeing Andy McKee play his finger-style song Drifting (if you haven’t already, check it out) and being blown away by the way he created so much percussion and groove from his acoustic guitar. I instantly ran to my guitar and started working on my finger picking, trying to perfect the percussive thumb slap and integrate it into my patterns. The heavier gauge strings and hollowed body of the acoustic really helped me lock into the groove. 

After some time I moved these techniques over to my Electric. This is where things got interesting. I found that using my newly perfected, percussive thumb slap through a nice warm overdrive gave an amazing feel for lots of playing styles like Blues, Jazz, Soul, RnB and Hip-hop. Also, as my fingerpicking improved, it allowed me to tackle techniques that I had struggled with before, like hybrid picking (using your plectrum and fingers at the same time).

Adjust your musical mindset

I think what attracted me to the Electric guitar is the plethora of sounds you can create from it. There are so many unique pedals, effects and techniques you can use to be creative with your sound, but on the flip side, this is also a reason I love playing the acoustic guitar as well. Its simplicity. Sure, you can run Acoustics through pedals and can have great fun doing so, but at its core, the tone of the acoustic guitar is undeniably unique; like comparing a synthesiser to a grand piano. 

So to harness the tone, you have to play with other considerations. While I play my acoustic I find myself being much more aware of how I’m sustaining notes, using extreme dynamics, thinking more melodically in my musical ideas and doing anything I can to maximise the versatility in the sound. I also find due to the acoustic nature of the guitar and the fact you can hear every dead note, scratch and scuff clear as day, it has trained into me a perfection for clarity. Applying all this to my electric playing has been incredibly productive. Instead of increasing the reverb or adding more gain to hide potential scuffs behind the grit, it has made my playing more accurate and most of all, confident. Something as simple (and maybe obvious) as that has really progressed my playing. 

Versatility

Amongst all the other reasons discussed, for me personally, this has had the biggest benefit. Learning the acoustic guitar pointed me in the direction of a lot of new music. Exploring more acoustic dominated genres such as country, folk, classical etc. was not only great fun, but increased my musical knowledge and the understanding of how different styles are written. As a working guitarist, I’ve found it incredibly useful to be what I refer to as a musical chameleon. By learning how to play in different styles and knowing what techniques to use at the right time, It has given me the confidence to blend in to all kinds of genres and as a result, all kinds of opportunities.

So all in all, I credit a lot to my acoustic guitar. It’s taught me things about playing that I don’t think I would have discovered otherwise, at least not as quickly. The other thing to remember is that almost everything is transferable too, in one way or another. Whether it adds rhythmic patterns, melody ideas, chord progressions etc. to your playing, or makes you think of different ways to phrase and approach music, I’m positive you will see the benefits in your playing. 

By Adam Ward

Guitar Lessons Acton West London

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London Guitar Academy offer private guitar lessons to students of all ages and skill levels in a fun and patient environment. Whether you’re picking up a guitar for the first time or you’ve been playing for a while and are looking to break out of a rut, I can help.Helping students achieve what they are most enthusiastic about is what is most rewarding to LGA.

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Home visit guitar lessons in London. Our friendly and approachable guitar tutors will be perfect for YOU! LGA’s Home Visit Guitar Lessons cover all every area of central London. Take our mobile tuition service in offer lessons from the comfort of your own home.

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Guitar Lessons Peckham & Peckham Rye London SE22

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Guitar Lessons London give individual lessons in  all styles of music from beginner to advanced. We are here to help you to improve your music playing, enjoy your music to the fullest, and achieve your music goals.  Our instructors have degrees in music, and are professional working musicians. LGA gear the lesson towards the needs of the individual student, teaching a basis of theory in the style of music the student is interested in. And most importantly we guarantee satisfied, happy students.

Guitar Lessons Peckham & Peckham Rye London SE22

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London Guitar Academy focuses on private music instruction with top-tier music teachers, supplemented with ongoing performance opportunities and events.

Guitar Lessons Peckham & Peckham Rye London SE22

Guitar Lessons Peckham & Peckham Rye London SE22

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