Bermondsey Guitar Lessons
Guitar Lessons Bermondsey. We’ll create a lesson plan to help you accomplish whatever you want to achieve. London Guitar Academy always put making music and having fun first. We’ll work together on a course of study to get you where you want to go in the world of music. Our fantastic guitar teachers are ready to get you started. Guitar Lessons Bermondsey – Friendly, Professional Teachers
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Guitar Lessons Bermondsey cover a areas of the guitar with emphasis on Scales, Chords, Fingerboard memory through sight reading, theory, and improvisation.
We also learn many songs in a variety of genres. LGA also teach songwriting and recording/production techniques for those students who are interested in these areas of study.
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Guitar Lessons Haringay Crouch End Finsbury Park Islington
London Guitar Academy’s Sean Kelly takes care of home visit guitar lessons for us in North London. Sean covers Archway, Haringay, Crouch End, Finsbury Park, Islington and Hackney.
Sean’s a professional, experienced, enthusiastic and versatile guitar teacher. We guarantee brilliant first class guitar lessons that are scheduled and taught specifically for your personal requirements. Specialist Private Guitar Lessons for beginners who need the first and basic skills to really start playing guitar. From tuning and holding a guitar.
The most modern and understandable guitar program to play a song! Home visit guitar lessons all over North London including Crouch End, Finsbury Park, Islington, Archway, Haringay and Muswell Hill!
The Song Remains The Same
I have always loved the guitar, playing and listening, it is a fantastic instrument of wonder and passion. The sounds that can be created are like no other, its like magic when you find that awesome riff or the melody that could sooth angels. Many bands and artists have based their whole persona purely on the guitar, for example Led Zeppelin.
The guitar is a unique instrument, the sound that is created all comes from its user each individual player is different, you may want to play in the style of Hendrix but you will still be playing in your own way. If the person is sad, this will be reflected in the music he writes or plays, the guitar is not just an instrument is is also a sort of medium for emotions. For anybody who is writing music or playing, it all comes from a creative spark, usually being very spontaneous. Playing the guitar is just the key, it unlocks a whole new culture, you begin to explore music, find new artists you have never heard of before, perhaps a Swedish neo-classical speed player Yngwie Malmsteen. As you begin to play and you’re past the point of giving up, the road of music becomes wider and longer stretching the sounds of what you know, the different genres spread out like branches.
As you practice and play more, your style changes constantly changing and evolving into something new. As soon as I uncover a new technique or lick I play and play, not so I can ‘master’ technique but so I can explore the details around it. Some people find playing the guitar is there way of letting out their everyday annoyances, if someone honks the horn in the car behind you or if you were to spill a cup of water. Some people see the playing as a battle, they want to conquer the instrument.
Being able to play the guitar is a life achievement you can do something that someone else cannot do without years of practice, they can’t have beginners luck. Human beings love music and they always will. So if you ever go astray on your playing or thinking your not progressing go back to that goal in your head, the reason why you wanted you to start in the first place, that thing or idea and just picture the goal. The day when you pick up a guitar and there’s nothing coming through whatsoever. There’s no new ideas or your hands are too stiff to play. That’s the sort of nightmare every creative person has. There’s always that point when it might happen to you, when you’re too old to pick the guitar up. And we’re just trying to keep that day far, far away, and out of sight.
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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 Academy. Ask any area professional musician and they will tell you, our staff is second to none.All of our teachers tailor their lessons specifically for each student. Whether your goal is to strum a few songs by the campfire or to be the next Hendrix, we can help you. The lessons are fun yet informative, challenging yet inspiring.
Our teachers are professionals who loves to teach music lessons. Most hold B.As and some M.As in Music Performance and Music Education with many years of experience.
Guitar Lessons in London
If you’re interesting in taking private guitar lessons in London you’ve come to the right place.Guitar Lessons London have a laid back approach to teaching that keeps the lessons fun while covering all the material that you’ll need to become a proficient guitarist. Guitar Lessons London are dedicated to providing a warm and supportive atmosphere which will enable each student to receive the full advantages of learning music that extend far beyond the ability of being able to play an ithe guitar. London Guitar Academy take enormous pride in our young, vibrant faculty, who are at the height of their creativity and enthusiasm in both their professional and teaching careers. Above all, it is our mission and personal interest to develop the musical growth and talent of each student, so that they are able to reach their fullest potential, while discovering the magic of music, acquiring great skills, lasting impressions and memories and also – having fa great time!
- Guitar Lessons London offers outstanding, distinctive, & highly individualised music instruction to children and adults of all ages & levels.
- Unique music theory methods in performance, composition & music theory for Guitar, Bass, Mandolin, Mandola and Ukulele.
- All styles of music and improvisation with an extensive repertoire in all genres.
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London Guitar Academy is the home of Guitar Lessons in London. London Guitar Academy provide high quality guitar lessons taught by the friendliest guitar teachers around. Our aim to to make you the best possible guitarist you can be in the shortest amount of time! Our proven professional teaching methods are high successful helping hundreds of our guitar students reach their musical potential. We teach you the songs you love in any style you wish to play in. If you love music then play guitar at the London Guitar Academy and we’ll make sure your lessons are not only fun but super informative and productive. Music and teaching is our passion and we’ll share all our musical knowledge with YOU! Guitar lessons in Rock, Blues, Jazz, Folk, Pop, Slide, Classical, Latin, Metal and much more. We teach electric, acoustic and bass guitar!
London Guitar Academy aim to provide brilliant goal orientated guitar lessons for guitar players all over London. Guitar Lessons In London, Guitar Tuition Queens Park, Guitar Teachers London.
We also provide song writing classes and Musician mentorship programs.
London Guitar Academy’s clients have included members of Take That, Vanessa Mae. We have played on tracks by the Gorilaz, Rizzle Kicks, The Kooks, Comic Relief and many more. Head teacher James Stratton has played at Glastonbury, toured the UK, Europe, USA, Japan NZ.
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London Guitar Lessons teachers happily share years of experience in all types of genres, from jazz, blues, metal, classical, classic rock, country, folk,and ska!
Gain the full experience by learning what you want, with custom lessons that our teachers buld for you. Then take that knowledge and work with one of the many bands we work with, and play live at one of our venue partners. Guitar Lessons London Loves Guitar
Also, we offer an incentive program that is free of charge to you, helps motivate you to learn, and gives us a way to track your progress! Studentsreceive computer printouts for every lesson’s material, as well as hand written notes to explain the details and practice techniques and goals.Learn to play both accompaniment and lead by jamming with Guitar Lessons London.London Guitar Academy also help our brilliant students learn whatever songs they are working on.
Strumming Patterns | Rhythm Guitar | Music Teachers London
Good rhythm is almost essential to good guitar, and probably the simplest to understand. Let’s start with some terms:
All bars (measures) consist of a number of beats. A very easy way to grasp the idea of bars is to learn a 12 bar blues. The time signature shows the number of beats in a bar and the note that will be used for counting. For example, 4/4 – the top of the fraction shows the number of beats and the bottom of the fraction shows the note unit used for counting; which in this case is a quarter note.
4/4 is usually referred to as common time. It may appear on the stave of printed music as either 4/4 or as a “C” as shown below. Whichever way the same information is given – the piece of music has four beats to a bar and the counting note is the quarter note.
All the notes in Western music have a fractional relationship. We know that in 4/4 time we will be using the quarter note as the reference for counting. Play an open string note slowly and repeatedly while counting in fours. Now play the open string note only when you count 1 and 3. You have just played a half note. To play eighth notes count “1-and-2-and-3-and-4-and” in the same time you would normally count “1-2-3-4”. For sixteenth notes the count is “1-e-and-a-2-e-and-a-3-e-and-a-4-e-and-a”. Here is a list of note values used in Western music:
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- whole note
- half note
- quarter note
- eighth note
- sixteenth note
In common time a whole note consists of four quarter notes or four beats. Each half note is two beats and quarter note is one beat.