I'm currently offering guitar lessons. I teach jazz guitar at Trinity College of Music and The Royal Academy of Music. For a more detailed account of my experience in education see here:
Private lessons are usually one hour once every 3 or 4 weeks or at your own pace and the lessons are individually tailored to the needs of the student. Usually the kind of student I get has reached a block in their own playing or is perhaps overwhelmed by the many study-methods, books, etc., and would like to know how and what to practise to progress. I can also help in preparation for entrance exams to Trinity College, The Royal Academy, The Guildhall or similar.
My view is that musicality starts with hearing and imagination and my lessons aim at unlocking, working on and accessing that. Below are some things that I can help you with, this might help you narrow down what it is you're looking to work on.
Being more musical — Ideas to be more expressive.
Control of the instrument — right and left hand technique, getting a good sound, time, dynamics, articulation, fingerboard knowledge, hearing the fingerboard.
Reading/Writing/Aural — sight reading, ear training, realising a transcription, recommended listening, nomenclature.
Knowledge of material — A theoretical knowledge of all material and various methods of organising this on the guitar including: scales, modes, arpeggios, rhythm, key centers, chords, chord-scales etc.
Manipulation of material — applying what you know, improvising, limitation exercises, drills, melodic construction, harmonic construction, comping, rhythmic manipulation.
Effective Practicing — How to practise.
I have a blog and regularly post lessons and so on over there. You can find all that here:
If you're interested then you can contact me through here or through the contact page on my website or just e-mail me at: firstname.lastname@example.org