We offer electric and acoustic guitar lessons for students of all levels. Our experienced teachers can help you learn a wide variety of musical styles including rock, metal, pop, R&B, funk, jazz, classical, folk and more. Whether you want to achieve distinctions in your grade exams or just want to be the next Slash or Jack White, we will work with you to get where you want to be.
Q: Is it easy to learn to play the guitar?
A: Learning to strum a few chords to play along to your favourite rock song can be quite easy and will give you a taste for how much fun learning to play will be. Gaining real competence with the guitar takes a lot of practice, hard work and dedication.
Q: How much time do I need to spend practicing?
A: In order to learn how to play your instrument, regular practice is essential. Beginning students should aim to practice for ten to twenty minutes a day, six days a week. To become an excellent musician requires a lot more work than this. Bear in mind that practice must be done with awareness and concentration to be effective.
Q: Do I have to buy a guitar in order to learn?
A: Since practice is a necessary part of the learning process, guitar students need to have an instrument of their own. Our teachers will be able to advise you on the best options for you or you can call or visit the shop for expert advice. Visit www.redmusic.co.uk now to find great deals on electric guitars.
Q: Can’t I just teach myself how to play the guitar?
A: There are some very successful guitarists who describe themselves as self-taught but it’s likely that they had a mentor who gave them help and advice and had opportunities to watch musicians on a regular basis. Taking regular lessons enables you to benefit from the experience of someone who’s studied the instrument and learned about the most efficient way to make good progress.
To book your guitar lesson with us, give us a call on 020 8200 5510 or use our music lessons enquiry form.
We are easily accessible to people in Colindale, Hendon, Golders Green, Kingsbury, Kenton, Wembley, Harrow, Edgware, Stanmore, Cricklewood, Neasden, Kilburn.