I am a professional guitar/bass and vocal teacher for over 25 years. I teach students of all ages and cover many different styles of playing, I specialise in rock, blues, pop, acoustic and metal. I have been teaching in local high schools for abt 25 years and also teach privately from my studio in the Martlesham Heath area.

Lessons are tailored to the students’ musical goals and interests making learning a relaxing and enjoyable experience.

If you want to progress your playing skills rapidly with a professional tutor to help you don’t hesitate to contact me. Discounts are available for block lesson bookings.

Music Qualifications & Achievements:

  • Grade 6 – RGT – (London College of Music) electric guitar
  • Grade 5. – Piano & Theory – ABRSM
  • Access to Music -OCN Level 3 – Instrumental Music Facilitator Course

Manor Rd, Martlesham Heath, Martlesham, Ipswich IP5 3SX, UK



Instrument(s) Taught

Bass, Guitar, Music Theory, Singing, Ukulele

Where do lessons take place?

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30 minutes


60 minutes


Discounted Introductory Lesson


Payment Plans

Pay-As-You-Go, Block Bookings

Payment Methods

Cash, Online Bank Transfer

Cancelation & Rescheduling Policy

48 hours notice is required for lesson cancellation otherwise the full lesson fee would need to be paid.


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Level(s) Taught

Beginner (up to Grade 5), Intermediate (Grades 5-8), Advanced (Grade 8 and above), Professional Musicians/Teachers

Youngest Age Taught


Class Sizes

One-to-One (Individual), Group (Four students+)

Graded Exam Preparation

RGT@LCM, Rockschool, Trinity College London


Genres Taught

Blues, Country, Disco, Folk, Funk, Jazz, Pop, Reggae, Rock, Ska, Soul music, Traditional Music

Sub-Genres Taught

Bossa Nova, Grunge, Hard Rock, J-pop (Japanese Pop), K-pop (Korean Pop), Metal, Metalcore, Musical Theatre, Post-Punk, Southern Rock, Surf Rock



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No, I do not have public / general liability insurance

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