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  • Maciek
    Travels to students within 45 minutes of N7 0EE
    Also provides lessons at his address in N7 0EE
    Teaches adults, teenagers, and children aged 5+ years.
  • Michael
    Travels to students within 60 minutes of W6 8QT
    Also provides lessons at his address in W6 8QT
    Teaches adults, teenagers, and children aged 5+
  • Riccardo
    Travels to students within 45 minutes of NW10 5TU
    Also provides lessons at his address in NW10 5TU
    Teaches adults only.
  • Edward
    Teaches students within 30 minutes travel of SE24 0PA
    Also provides lessons at his address in SE24 0PA
    Teaches adults only.
  • Dimitris
    Travels to students within 45 minutes of NW6 3HB
    Teaches adults, teenagers, and children aged 5+
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    Dave
    Travels to students within 30 minutes of SW17 8BJ
    Also provides lessons at his address in SW17 8BJ
    Teaches adults, teenagers, and children aged 7+
  • Filippo
    Travels to students within 30 minutes of N7 6RG
    Also provides lessons at his address in N7 6RG
    Teaches adults, teenagers, and children aged 12+ years.
  • Stu
    Travels to students within 45 minutes of his address in NW1
    Also provides lessons at his address in NW1
    Teaches adults only.
  • Connor
    Travels to students within 30 minutes of W3 0DS
    Teaches adults, teenagers, and children aged 10+ years.
  • Boo-boo
    Travels to students within 60 minutes of SW20
    Also provides lessons at his address in SW20
    Teaches adults, teenagers, and children aged 6+ years.
  • Alessandro
    Travels to students within 45 minutes of E1
    Also provides lessons at his address in E1
    Teaches adults, teenagers, and children aged 6+ years.
  • Marco
    Travels to students within 45 minutes of NW10
    Teaches adults, teenagers, and children aged 9+ years.
  • Zak
    Travels to students living within EC1 postcodes only
    Also provides lessons at his address in EC1N 7UQ
    Teaches adults only.

GUITAR LESSONS IN LONDON

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While traditionally a guitar has 6 strings, there are other alternatives. However, learning on a 6-string guitar at the beginning is best. There are both electric and acoustic guitars. An electric guitar requires a speaker, known as an amplifier, to produce sound. Acoustic guitars create sound naturally, without the need of a speaker (or any other equipment).

In addition, there are different sizes (thickness) of strings you can use on any guitar. Strings are made from different materials such as steel or nylon. As a result, the softness of nylon strings makes the guitar perfect for young children who want to learn to play a stringed instrument.

You can learn to play guitar using your fingers (known as fingerpicking) or using a tool called a plectrum (or pic). There are many types of picking techniques such as Hybrid or Alternate, and likewise, there are also different patterns you can learn for fingerpicking.

Our guitar tutors are accomplished in these methods and can teach you to play guitar using any or all of them.

Fingerpicking is primarily used in folk or classical music, while a plectrum – considered the most popular way of playing guitar – is more associated with rock, blues, and other contemporary styles. However, both methods can cross over into other genres too.

You play guitar using both hands – one hand for pressing on the strings (known as the ‘fretboard hand’) and the other for plucking the strings, which is known as the ‘strumming hand’.

Strumming is a key component for any guitar player and one of the first things you will learn. At the beginning, strumming is best done using a plectrum. We don’t cut corners at London Music Factory®, unless you want us to, but we recommend that beginners learn to use a plectrum before learning fingerpicking. At the beginning, there are enough hurdles to get over on your fretboard hand without creating extra hurdles for your strumming hand also. However, we do understand if you would like to dive straight into fingerpicking. In conclusion, our tutors will happily tailor the lessons to suit your short or long-term goals.

These are private guitar lessons in london, at a location provided by the student or the tutor.

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Fun Facts:

The guitar can also be referred to as a chordophone. Chordophone was the name given to any instrument that makes sound by vibrating strings, stretched between two points.

The oldest record of a guitar dates back over 3,300 years ago.

The smallest guitar in the world is ten micro-metres long with strings fifty nano-metres wide.

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  • david & rachel tooth
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    "This is a recommendation for JP McIvor of London Music Factory, who has been giving our daughter guitar lessons for the past three years. From a standing start Georgia, who is 15, is now a very capable guitarist, and will be taking her Grade 3 exam shortly. Georgia has learnt fast under JP’s tuition and has enjoyed each lesson; JP has enabled her to understand theory, sight reading, technique, and musicianship. We cannot believe her progression in such a short time – JP spends 45 minutes each week and has passed on his love of the instrument to make learning a pleasure. I recommend him more highly as an emphatic teacher and highly capable musician”.

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