Professional one to one guitar tuition by Jim Conquer PG Cert Mus (Distinction), PG Dip Man, MISM 01698 301862 ABRSM, Rockschool and RGT exams available 07922 071942 email; email@example.com
'Having taught the owners of Wishaw Guitar Lessons, Playguitar East Kilbride and Bishopbriggs Music School to name but a few, you need look no further for the finest guitar instruction available...'
07922 071942 / 01698 301862
Private Tuition Available in all styles of guitar
Class tuition is not available with us as it doesn't provide the best tuition or value to each student ....
Study Rock, Blues, Classical, Jazz, Traditional Scottish music. Learn to read music and understand how music works.
Students can specify which music styles they wish to learn and I will support them in their particular choice.
Telephone; 01698 301862
Mobile 07922 071942
Music tuition available for all ages and stages from absolute beginner to the most advanced and experienced players and teachers.
Whether you just want to play a few chords to sing along with or you want to dedicate your life to music, I am able to guide you and inspire you to reach your goals.
I teach you how to read music and how to get a grasp and understanding of the language of music in a way relevant to whatever style of guitar you prefer, be it classical, jazz, blues, rock, country or even traditional scottish county dance music. If you can read standard notation, you can play anything you wish!
I provide the finest musical training available, in a relaxed and fun manner.
Each lesson will be conducted by myself, you will never have a different teacher from week to week as with other schools offering tuition.
(Current Full Disclosure Scotland check available.)
Quote by World renowned Jazz Guitarist and visiting Professor of Guitar at The Royal Conservatoire Scotland, Dr.Martin Taylor MBE about one of my guitar arrangements......
'Wow!..What a great track, a stunning performance Jim. You set up the tune so well in the intro with some wonderful ideas. It was like you were teasing the listener before going in to the tune with that great bluesy feel, really drawing in the listener. A fascinating intro, full of feeling and emotion. Your guitar sounds great and you really got into the groove with that tempo. The harmonics at the end were the icing on the cake, so tastefully and cleanly executed, not overdone.' MT