Private Tuition

- 1 on 1 sessions starting from £15

Professional guitar tuition in Bristol

I have been teaching in schools, colleges and privately all around Bristol and the South West for over 10 years, giving tuition to people of all ages and abilities from beginner through to intermediate and advanced players.

I will tailor your lessons based on your ability and the goals you would like to achieve. This includes learning your favourite songs and riffs, techniques, scales and much more. I can also teach grades if that is what you would like to do and can go in to a lot of detail with music theory (whilst keeping it fun).

So if you’re looking to learn the guitar, want to brush off the dust of the guitar you used to play a lot or take your playing to the next level, please give me an e-mail or call to have a chat and find out more.

Contact Me

Lesson Times

All of my lessons are offered on a one to one basis and are either 30 minutes, 45 minutes or 60 minutes long. If you are playing guitar for the first time then our first lesson will involve getting to know what music you like to listen to and what your goals are. I will also ask for this information prior to the lesson so I can plan some music for you to learn to get you on track towards your goals.

Practicing Blog

Lesson Plan

Every lesson starts with going over what we did during the last lesson to make sure everything has been understood and practiced. From there we can move on and continue learning more music! Please read my blog on practicing to get ideas on how to structure your practice and get the most out of the time you have to play. I write all of our lessons in tablature (Tab) and send them over in a PDF format. I've written a blog on reading tab with a downloadable PDF to keep as reference.

How to read TAB


All lessons are done at my house in Bradley Stoke where I have guitars and amps for students to use if you don't already have one. However it is definitely best to bring your own guitar if you have one. For advice on buying a new guitar or amp please check out my blog on buying new gear.

Buying your first guitar