I am a dedicated musician who specialises in all areas of teaching the guitar. I am a motivated music teacher, having taught guitar since 2010. I am able to convey ideas clearly and provide a structured series of lessons that see my students make progress instantly. I am also aware of the importance of making lessons as entertaining for the students as possible.

I have recently moved to Cwmann, Lampeter in Wales and have plenty of availabilities for students to have in-person lessons in the area. I also offer lessons in an online-learning capacity over Skype, Zoom or FaceTime to students across the UK, and I am continuing to teach a group of students remotely from the Kent area.

I have a wealth of experience teaching classical guitar, acoustic guitar and electric guitar styles as a peripatetic tutor for many schools in the Kent area between 2016 – 2022. My most recent schools were St. Lawrence College (Ramsgate, Kent) and Dane Court Grammar School (Broadstairs, Kent). References for these schools are available if required.

I also have taught at the following schools and organisations:

Simon Langton Girls Grammar School (Canterbury) –  September 2016 – July 2019

Chatham and Clarendon Grammar School (Ramsgate) – September 2016 – July 2019

St. Georges C of E Foundation School (Broadstairs) – May 2017 – July 2019

G4 Guitar School Ashford (Ashford) – August 2017 – October 2018

I have used assembly performances and workshops to allow students to experience all areas of the guitar and other stringed instruments. I have also worked to bring guitar-based ensembles to some of these schools, covering flamenco, classical and rock band groups.

During this time I have worked with children in infant school, through to secondary level. I currently use the following exam syllabuses:

Trinity Classical Guitar

Trinity Rock and Pop

Trinity Acoustic

RGT Acoustic

Rockschool Electric Guitar

ABRSM – Classical Guitar

I also teach from my own collection of resources designed to help students build on their own goals and music tastes. Graded exams are not compulsory in my lessons; I also provide lessons in a more relaxed approach, tackling specific song requests, or goals set by either myself or students.

Outside of graded exams, I specialise in blues and jazz improvisation, advanced rock and metal techniques, and classical guitar notation reading and repertoire to name a few topics.

I have worked in many professional function bands, performing at venues across the UK. In doing so, I have gained a great amount of experience, working with a variety of other musicians in bands that cover all genres of music, which I aim to pass on to all of my students.

Music Qualifications & Achievements:

  • Ba (Hons) Commercial Music (Canterbury Christchurch University, Kent)
  • A – Level & GCSE Music (Dane Court Grammar School, Kent)

Cwmann, Lampeter SA48 8EL, UK



Instrument(s) Taught

Bass, Guitar, Music Theory

Where do lessons take place?

Teacher's Location, Online


30 minutes


60 minutes


Discounted Introductory Lesson


Payment Plans

Pay-As-You-Go, Block Bookings, Monthly, Termly

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Cash, Check / Cheque, Online Bank Transfer


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Level(s) Taught

Beginner (up to Grade 5), Intermediate (Grades 5-8), Advanced (Grade 8 and above)

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Class Sizes

One-to-One (Individual)

Graded Exam Preparation

ABRSM (Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music), RGT@LCM, Rockschool, Trinity College London


Genres Taught

Blues, Classical Music, Country, Disco, Folk, Funk, Jazz, Music for Children, Music of Latin America, New-Age Music, Pop, Reggae, Rock, Ska, Soul music, Traditional Music



March 30, 2021

“My son really enjoyed his first lesson, he’s learnt quite a lot in his first hour and is already looking forward to his next lesson. An amazing tutor.”

Yvonne Jones

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