aidanclarkguitar

Guitar tuition in Edinburgh


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Mobile Guitar Tuition in Edinburgh

Have you always wanted to learn the guitar? Or are you looking to hone your existing skills?

Here’s a great opportunity to learn from a music graduate and experienced guitarist. I pride myself on offering professional and competitively-priced tuition.

I teach acoustic and electric guitar – rock, folk, blues and classical.  My honours degree in music means that I can design an approach that’s tailored to you.

Learning guitar should be fun. I like to offer relaxed lessons that focus on the interests of the student. I’ll teach you the songs, riffs, licks and solos that you’ve always wanted to learn. And I’ll show you how to develop your skills not just as a guitarist, but as a musician.

I work with children and adults. Parents of younger students are more than welcome to sit in on the first lesson or two to learn about the tutoring I provide.

I will travel anywhere within Edinburgh.

To get more information or book an introductory lesson, contact me on 07590 419319 or email clarkaidan@yahoo.co.uk

Prices.

Prices start at £12 for a half-hour lesson, to £20 for an hour.

I also offer a 10 hour-long lesson package for an advance fee of £130.

About me.

I have been involved in music for almost my entire life. I’ve studied the recorder, oboe, drums and piano in addition to the guitar, and though I love playing them all,  it’s the guitar that has always had me under its spell.

I have a degree in music from the University of East Anglia, and have also studied performance and production at Leeds College of Music. I love playing gigs, and especially performing original material.
I love having the opportunity through teaching to try and pass on some of my experience and enthusiasm to others.

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