Guitar lessons

Private one to one guitar tuition: 

Steve has provided guitar lessons to many 100’s of people and has been teaching for decades. Many of his former students are now professional musicians or guitar teachers themselves.

A Graduate of the Musicians Institute, Hollywood California. He has provided guitar tuition for schools, colleges, guitar workshops, as well as private one to one tuition. Steve understands that the foundation of someones playing, the “building blocks”, need to be there and to be strong, to support further development. With this in mind, Steve’s tuition could be considered a very worthy investment. Steve is also a fully trained Yoga teacher with a diploma in anatomy and has been practising yoga for over ten years. This provides some advantage when teaching correct posture, and encouraging the maintenance of a healthy body and a long career as a musician whilst avoiding injury or fatigue.

Contact  Steve for more information.

Online lessons are available. Go to the Store to book an online guitar lesson. All you need is Facetime or Skype.

Steve has been making his living as a professional guitarist and educator, all of his adult life.

Initially, a self-taught player from a very young age. Steve went on to become grade 8 and above in classical guitar. He then studied modern guitar performance with some of the finest musicians on the planet at the Musicians Institute in Hollywood California. Such as Scott Henderson, Dean Brown, Sid Jacobs, Allen Hinds.

After his education at what is considered to be one of the finest modern music Colleges in the world, Steve has the knowledge and personal experience of how it is done. Therefore he has a wealth of experience to offer. Consequently, if you are looking for modern guitar tuition that is inspiring, clear and structured. Not full of awkward theoretical terminology. Tuition of a tried and tested high standard that works.

Contact Steve.

Private one to one lessons. Competitively priced.

Bespoke, and designed to fit the requirements of the individual student at their point of progression on the instrument.