We offer both private and group online guitar lessons so you might ask which one is best for you? In this article we talk you through the pros and cons of each to help you make the right decision.
With the right tutor both formats are great and can really help you improve your guitar playing. However, whether you choose private or group, as we’re sure you’ve heard before you’ll only get out what you put in!
It’s impossible to beat one on one tuition with the right tutor. You can focus in on the things that inspire you and over time that tutor can tailor everything to the ways that work best for you. We’d recommend this route for any student who would like a weekly format and to commit seriously to the guitar. If that sounds like you please get in touch and we guarantee you’ll get amazing results with our tutors.
However, the downside of private tuition is that it’s expensive and you’ll need to commit regularly to maintain your lesson slot. Naturally, the better the teacher the busier they are so there is also less flexibility. This is great if you want to progress quickly on the guitar and push yourself, but if you’re looking for something more casual read on…
For beginners and intermediate students we recommend joining a group course. It’s an excellent way to progress and have fun by meeting like-minded students. This route is more casual with a scheduled class every week and a relaxed atmosphere. We have a range of courses to suit all styles and abilities including a beginners class, acoustic class, blues class and guitar club class.
Group tuition is much more cost effective than one on one and comes with a built-in guitar community! All our in-house courses are arranged around playing real songs and delivered online for your convenience. You can expect great results by focusing in on key techniques, expanding your repertoire and doing so in a relaxed atmosphere.