Want to improve on guitar?

guitar lessons edinburghHave you become discouraged trying to teach yourself using tabs, books or the internet?
Are you a parent looking for the best guitar lessons for your child?


Are you frustrated with your progress?


Are you wondering if what you’re doing is even helping you develop?


Would you like to feel more confident and express yourself more fully? Would you like a better understanding of why and how your favourite songs sound like they do?
Are you a beginner looking for guitar lessons in Edinburgh and not sure what to do? Finding it a head-melt to change chords in time?
Let us help you get the results you want on your guitar. If you love music, and you’re prepared to commit some time, you CAN improve and gain in skill.

Would you like to find your voice?

singing lessons edinburghHave you always wanted to sing, but felt inhibited? Have you been discouraged by bad experiences with singing in the past?


Would you like to know how to get a more consistent sound?


Would you like to feel more confident singing for yourself or with others?


Would you love to really be able to express yourself fully when you sing and discover whatyour unique voice can do?


Would you like a better all round understanding of music so that when you sing, you’re really clear about what you’re doing?
All of this is achieveable. The idea of possessing natural talent is misleading and stops many of us taking the steps that would result in us reaching our goals. Don’t be one of those people who denies themselves the pleasure of discovery.

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Benefits you will receive from studying with me:
1. A learning path built around your musical goals and interests, so you remain engaged in your learning.
2. Stimulation of your creativity and capacity to enjoy and engage with music as well as learning to play or sing, so your enjoyment extends to all environments where music is happening.
3. Attention to all aspects of your musical development, including song-writing, theory and ear-training, so that you approach ideas from many perspectives and are able to use and apply them. 
4. Access to extra supporting sessions outside of lesson time, group settings, masterclasses and clinics.
5. Access to recording equipment to track your progress, so you can get a clear idea of how you’re progressing. 
6. Tuition in studios conveniently located for guitar lessons Edinburgh right in the centre near the top of Leith Walk, with plenty of meter parking and nearby cafes.
7. Access to online resources to support your learning.


Some really helpful articles here will support various areas of your growth.

Learn how to tune your guitar by ear with Ken K. A really useful skill you need to have.

How to read chord charts – With pro musician and educator Jason Wilford

How to think about your music career   – With successful touring rock guitarist Jure Golobic

Five things to think about before quitting your instrument – with experienced teacher and artist Robert CallusFor guitar lessons Edinburgh, get

Basic Cadences with instructor and composer Jeff Moore.

How to play fast and flawlessly with Richard Freeman of Tuned In Guitar Lessons

How to practice effectively with Wiebe Ophorst of Logan Square Guitar School

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What guitar to get for your child with Jennifer Barlow of Guitar School London

Improvising for Beginners with Marcus Von Baumbach of gitarrenunterricht in Wuppertal.

The skills that help your skills –  How you can get out of your own way when it comes to learning guitar with Mark Morley-Fletcher

Why there’s no such thing as natural talent – With Jonathan Olsen of The Guitar Circle

Create A Daily Habit – with Rene Kerkdyk

Four strategies for success for musicians by Ryan Duke of Supertonic guitar, lessons in Franklin

Three things you can do to find the best acoustic guitar to learn to play on – with Maurice Richard of Halifax Guitar Lessons

Five reasons people choose to learn guitar – with pro instructor and guitar school director Darryl Powis,

How to work out what sort of music you might want to write – with songwriter and expert instructor Ryan Mueller

How moving riffs around can help you learn the whole of your fretboard – with acoustic guitar guru Simon Candy

The Four Essentials To Play Guitar – with Spain-based expert instructor Matthieu Delage

What Is The Magic Word For Improvement On Guitar ? – with Finnish guitar instructor Jere Toikka

Should I Learn Guitar On An Acoustic Or An Electric Guitar ? – by the American  guitar coach and teacher Josh Clayton

Why Learning Guitar By Yourself Slows Down Progress – by master guitar coach and mentor Tom Hess

Why Learning Guitar By Yourself Slows Down Your Progress – by guitar teaching expert Tom Hess

Seven Reason You Play Better In Practice Than Performance by Key To Music’s own peak performance guru Mark Morley-Fletcher

How to learn the names of the notes on the guitar quickly with Darryl Powis, London based advanced instructor

Three reasons why learning to play the guitar on an electric is better with Canada based advanced instructor Maurice Richard

How To Get Better Creative Ideas with songwriter, guitarist and advanced instructor Piotr Sierzputowski

Why Technique is more important than playing fast, with Jennifer Barlow of East Village Guitar Lessons

Buying Your First Guitar – Bridge Types – with Bruno Gonçalves

Learn The Major Scale – The Easy Way – With Michael Korte of Kitaratunnit in Tampere