Lessons will speed up your learning process and ensure that you’re on the right path to your goals. Most people require some form of accountability, motivation, guidance, or incentive to maintain steady progress when learning a skill.
I have had Guitar lessons myself, and I can honestly say that it was the best thing that I ever did. It kept me motivated, inspired, challenged, and hungry for more knowledge and experience. Without lessons, it’s possible that I would’ve let my potential completely fade away.
Lessons with me will be topic-focused towards your goals. We will focus on your musical taste as well as the technique and theory to help you understand the music you are playing. As an experienced musician, I can also help with any queries regarding anything from the basics, to song writing, technique, theory, fretboard visualisation, gear, and anything else that you might have in mind. Not sure what you need to do to progress? No worries! I’m more than happy to ‘take the wheel‘ by assessing your playing and provide you with goals and feedback based on your current ability.
No matter where you are in the world, video lessons will allow me to guide you in the right direction to your goals. Just make sure you have a good webcam and good internet then we’re all set.
Teaching is a skill in itself besides the artistic or technical ability of guitar playing. I’ve come to appreciate this more and more throughout my career, since I’ve watched the market become exponentially saturated with guitar lessons from players of all different backgrounds. It’s very easy for learners to get overwhelmed, lost, misguided, and confused – I understand and can absolutely relate myself. The lack of structured, well-taught, and concise guidance is what halts many guitar players at a certain level for much longer than necessary. We all want to progress faster, including myself, and the most effective way to do this is to embark on lessons with a teacher that inspires you, and is not only an excellent guitar player, but also an excellent teacher.