Can't Find a Guitar Teacher Near You?
Looking for a guitar teacher near you? Try an online lesson and learn to play at your convenience and pace!
No matter what you're doing, it will always be more convenient if you don't have to leave the house to do it. This is just as true if you want to learn to play the guitar.
Online lessons offer all the one-to-one exposure of a traditional lesson without the inconvenience of needing to travel.
Study Electric, Acoustic or Classical guitar as well as Ukulele and Bass!
Use Skype or Zoom!
Home learning is quickly emerging as a viable alternative to physical lessons, for students from around the world
It's cheaper and more convenient than travelling elsewhere and adds just as much value.
All Guitar tutors have DBS checks!
All you need to get learning is a guitar and your smartphone or laptop. You can learn from the comfort of your home wherever you are in the world, using Skype or Zoom. Learn songs and techniques without formal review or prepare for practical exams in Classical, Electric or Acoustic guitar with LCM and Trinity.
Lessons starting from £19.00
Beginner – Advanced in Electric, Acoustic and Classical!
What People Are Saying!
Meet Your Guitar Teacher
With over 20 years of playing, Simon has experience in a wide range of styles including rock, classical, blues, Latin and jazz. He holds a Bachelor's Degree from the Academy of Contemporary Music, a DipLCM Jazz performance diploma and Grade 8 in classical guitar.
As well as teaching at the Tremolo Guitar School, Simon has taught guitar in schools throughout the south-east and London.
He performs regularly at music venues, festivals, wedding receptions and functions.
After achieving Grade 8 in electric guitar, Adam went on to pursue his passion for music and the guitar by completing a Bachelor's Degree in music in Oxford.
Adam is a friendly and experienced guitar teacher who welcomes all ages and abilities. He brings love and experience for both electric and acoustic styles to his lessons, as well as knowledge of composition, improvisation and songwriting.
Classical Guitar Teacher
Don achieved his Grade 8 in classical guitar aged 12 and entered the Royal Academy of Music's Junior Department at 14.
He then went on to complete both a Bachelor's and a Master's degree at Trinity College of Music in London, where he won the Montague Cleeve guitarist award.,
He has been performing classical recitals since the age of 9 and regularly plays at weddings and functions.