I use a progressive teaching method for all the instruments I teach. You can start
at any level -
I am happy to teach my students songs and have a large library of music. I also believe
in teaching the whole song -
I am happy to prepare students for exams in Classical, Electric, Acoustic and Bass Guitar.
All I require from you is that you find time to practice. Lessons can be organised weekly or every two weeks if you need a bit more time to practice.
I am now a KalliKids approved supplier.
For Ukulele I offer a 6-
I also now teach beginner to intermediate Mandolin.
This year I have expanded my Exercise for Bass Guitar and by the end of the Summer 2011 there three separate CDs and around 50 worksheets covering a number of different styles and techniques.
I will not pretend I am now or ever was famous but I have been working as a musician
for a number of years, usually in a semi-
I have played guitar in a number of bands including a three piece rock covers band and a five piece rock band playing original material. I have played guitar (and banjo, lap steel guitar and mandolin) in musicals produced by friends and local rep companies. I write my own music and have made a number of privately released albums. For more on my own music you can visit my web page which gives you a brief history of some of the projects I have worked on.
More importantly to anyone visiting this page I have played guitar for over 30 years and Bass for over 20.
As well as teaching privately I teach in two local schools, Hurstpierpoint College and Tavistock & Summerhill.
All levels catered for from beginner to advanced.
You may not be a complete beginner. I tailor my lessons to the individual. If you have been playing a while and would just like try some new ideas I am happy to help.
I have a huge range of Exercises available for electric guitar to take you right from the start to advanced. I also have additional ‘Courses’ on more specific subjects.
I have recently revised my acoustic guitar worksheets to include a more comprehensive
range of accompaniment and solo playing styles. All exercises have also been re-