Give it a go on Skype…

A quick update because of a rather hectic few weeks where I’ve moved house, enjoyed a short working-weekend break to the Lake District and a number of gigs in far flung locations which have all eaten into my time. And that’s not taking into account the mixing of the new Storey album, which has started with abandon! Because I’ve been on the move a lot lately, I’ve been teaching guitar online using platforms such as Skype and Zoom.

Teaching on Skype

So I’m teaching more guitar, composition and music theory on SKYPE: and it’s proving to be a big success for both me and the students who are giving it a go. Obviously it’s different to teaching 1-on-1 in the same room but it’s far more effective than I’d expected. To be able to do this I’ve scanned and upload electronic copies of over 10 years of lesson notes. This has been a long-winded process but now they’re up on the website it seems to have been worthwhile because my students can access pretty much all of the songs I’ve transcribed and use in my teaching, and download them at a click of a button – cool!

From The Comfort Of Your Own Home

If you’re interested in learning guitar, ukulele or music theory and would consider having lessons from the comfort of your own home via Skype with an experienced professional, then drop me a line for a chat. Having given up an enormous number of students to make the move from Berkshire to Toulouse, I’m effectively building up my student base again from scratch. To help speed up that process, I’ve dropped my prices slightly to £30/hour, rather than the considerably higher rates I’ve grown accustomed to over the years. Grab it while it’s there!

Please feel free to share or comment below and if you’re looking for a co-writer (a composer, lyricist or producer) for your project then please drop me a line via the CONTACT page of this website. In the mean time you can stay up-to-date with my Instagram page or subscribe to my YOUTUBE channel.


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