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February 17, 2014

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 London Guitar Academy the home of Guitar Lessons London Guitar Lessons London has been delivering London’s premier guitar lessons studio for 17 years.  Our staff of professional musicians can help you reach your goals.  Many of London’s top musicians (including many of the instructors at other area teaching studios) received lessons at The London Guitar […]

February 4, 2014

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Guitar Lessons London – Electric, Acoustic and Classical Guitar Teachers Welcome to the home of guitar lessons in London! Professional, friendly and experienced guitar  teachers in London. At Guitar Lessons London we  teach electric and acoustic guitar lessons in most popular styles, such as rock, pop, blues, jazz,slide folk,country and classical  we also teach ukulele. We are […]