Lessons

If you've got one of my ebooks and wish I could teach you to face to face - one on one, your wish can now come true!

I have a limited amount of slots available each and every week to teach over Skype.

We'll cover whatever you want to. Whether it's career advice from someone who's been there and done it, or an explanation of some of the concepts covered in my ebooks or a specific guitar lesson to work on some area or other. Just let me know!

In addition to the lesson, you will receive a PDF of any notes I've taken, including chords covered or pieces of music worked on within the next few days.

Lessons are $50 per hour (payable by PayPal) and need to be booked and paid for 2 weeks in advance. There are NO minimum lessons or requirements.

To book:

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FAQ

1) What happens if I need to cancel?

2) Can I change my session?

3) What happens if Skype cuts out or freezes?

4) You'll cover whatever I want to?

5) Will I get your full attention for the whole time?

6) What happens if I need more time or would like weekly lessons?

7) How do I know you're any good?



1) What happens if I need to cancel?

That's ok, you will need to me email at least 2 days before the lessons is due to take place or you will lose your right to a refund and may be charged for the session.

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2) Can I change my session?

I'm more than happy to rearrange, I need to know at least 2 days before the session or you will lose your right to a refund and may be charged for the session.

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3) What happens if Skype cuts out or freezes?

Don't worry, if I freeze - I'll more than likely need 10 minutes to get back up and running - I'll make up at least the 10 minutes. If you freeze, I'll wait around for you up to 15 minutes and we'll carry on until the hour is complete. That way you don't lose out. In most circumstances we'll complete the time, if we can't then and there - then I'll email you to find a suitable solution.

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4) You'll cover whatever I want to?

Yes, I can help you with career advice, help you play guitar better - I'm happy to teach most styles (apart from metal or shred!) - country, jazz, pop, blues, soul etc. I'm also happy to help you with one or more of my ebooks.

The best way to check if I can help you is to send me a quick email outline of what you want help with - I will respond with an honest answer, so neither of us wastes time.

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5) Will I get your full attention for the whole time?

Unlike some teachers that I have met, when I'm teaching that's all I'm focused on - I give 100% and my sole focus is you, the student - not the phone or FaceBook or what I'm about to eat. Unless there's an emergency, I'll be watching you, helping you and encouraging you to reach your full potential.

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6) What happens if I need more time or would like weekly lessons?

If it looks like we won't get through all your questions, let me know before we end our time on the Skype call, so I can do my best to help you.

I'm more than happy to book a regular slot for you to have a weekly lesson.

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7) How do I know you're any good?

The only way I can answer this is by saying that if you've have purchased one or more of my ebooks you will have seen that I'm very advanced in my playing and hopefully quite good at explaining complex music ideas in an easy to understand way without fluff. Also I write all the blog posts on this site myself, so you can see exactly how I teach by how I write and the examples I give.

Over the last 10 years I've taught over 100 people to start playing a musical instrument. All showed some improvement even after one lesson with me. I have been able to shave years off some people's learning curve and help them raise their standard using proven methods.

I've also written and played on tracks which have been released all over the world, played hundreds and hundreds of gigs in the last few years and studied with some of the finest teachers in the UK.

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