Guitar lessons

  • Learn to play your favourite music from songbooks, Guitar tuition
    sheet music or recordings.
  • Develop musical awareness and confidence with lead guitar, strumming and finger-picking.
  • Learn essential theory and what to do with it.
  • Learn to improvise and make your own music
  • Feel inspired and motivated to practise !

I have been playing guitar for 35 years and it is my first instrument. I am open to all genres of music.

Beginners: learn the correct basic techniques and fundamental knowledge of the instrument. You can be creative and compose your own songs & music right from the very first lesson !

Improvers: polish your unique skills and style, correct bad habits, expand your repertoire and fill in gaps in your knowledge which are holding you back. Progress as fast as you want !

Experienced players: get positive encouragement, feedback, inspiration and a new perspective. I listen to where you’re at and offer insights and support.

Singing & playing togetherGuitar lessons
A rhythm, concentration and co-ordination challenge !
Anyone can do it with the 3 P’s: patience, perseverance, and practice.
Head for the stage or learn just for fun !

Some details…

  • Every lesson I give is different and ‘student-centred’ i.e. based around your level of experience, learning needs and interests. If you’re not sure what you need in terms of tuition, we can start a journey of discovery to find out !
  • We can also use the piano, percussion and recording equipment as part of the lesson.
  • I can accompany you on guitar, piano or percussion
  • I’ll teach anyone who wants to learn, ages 5 – 80 !!
  • Please contact me for rates and special offers. Discounts for committed students.
  • Lessons take place in Poets Corner, off the Portland Rd, Hove, E. Sussex BN3 5HA.

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Philip leading the Singers Anonymous community choir in the Streets of Brighton Festival, 2001

Philip leading the Singers Anonymous community choir in the Streets of Brighton Festival, 2001