guitar lessons in nottingham
We unleash guitarists to experience musical freedom. Our ideas are catching on so we improve the quality of guitar lessons in Nottingham and beyond.
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Booking is easyOf course you can call 07969 632 951, but the easiest method is to use our online booking system. Pick a guitar lesson and a time, enter your details and you’re all set. You’ll even get reminders sent straight to you.
who we teach
Get in touch on 07969 632 951
- one-to-one, and online tuition
- guitar lessons for all levels of ability and all ages
- flexible times and styles of learning
- immersive learning experiences
- performance opportunities
- musical events
- social events
- rock, classical, folk, funk, whatever music you love
- progress tracking
- a social forum
- easy scheduling and payment
Through outstanding guitar tuition, you will play guitar expressively within your first lesson!
Express yourself musically sooner than you would believe possible
experience the Fun, challenge and excitement of learning
Social learning is the best fun.
Targeted learning is the most challenging.
Motivation: You will always understand how the stuff you’re learning help you towards your musical goal – self expression. Easy shortcuts: Good guides always know the shortcuts to speed the traveler’s journey – and the best views along the way.
Great value: Our guitar tuition is not the cheapest. It IS the best value tuition available.
Call us any time on 07969 632 951
what our students expect
Our students do not expect us to stick to tradition but to IMPROVE the tradition.
Our blog articles and Facebook posts
Here are a few of the posts we’ve put up to enrich our students’ learning. Don’t forget to like our Facebook page to stay in touch
Guitar Arpeggios As with most aspects of learning the guitar, there's a lot of misinformation out there about guitar arpeggios and how to play them. It is often stated that arpeggios are something you learn once you're an intermediate or advanced player. That...read more
Old Man - Neil Young Neil Yound wrote Old Man for Louis Avila who was the caretaker of a ranch he'd bought. It was released on the great album Harvest. On the album he had James Taylor on backing vocals. Don't you just want to know what was written on the side of...read more
Long Train Running - The Doobie Brothers Always a crowd pleaser when you're in a covers band that will get them up and dancing, Long Train Running is a good tune for honing your strumming skills. There's a nice two finger hammer on and pull off and lots of playing...read more