Andy Graham

Teaching on a one-to-one basis means that I can quickly identify any areas of weakness or those which need the most development (which is very difficult to do in a group session). I cannot stress enough how much quicker and more effective individual (one-to-one) lessons are against a classroom-type situation. This approach also makes it much easier for me to make the lessons FUN and interactive (I play along as well- sometimes on a different instrument!). It also means that things can be a lot more flexible and that I can adapt the lessons to suit personal musical interests and preferences. As well as music-reading and theory skills, I also teach chord theory, tablature (for guitar or bass), and improvisation skills. I teach a lot of tips and tricks which you learn "gigging on the road". This kind of information is rarely covered in conventional classroom music sessions, but can easily be communicated on a one-to-one basis.

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£25 per lesson, but can vary depending on length of session and location

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