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About Richard S.
Richard Smyth has over 20 years of guitar experience and has worked in Further Education for 10 years. He has performed all over the UK as Spire Cranes, and produced a wide range of music that is regularly licensed to film makers and social media influencers. Richard is currently performing with the rock/hip-hop act Code: Marla, which will release their 6th album later this year.
The guitar lessons will be focussed around the music YOU love and the goals that YOU wish to achieve.
Want to learn Acoustic/Folk music? Great! From Bob Dylan to Billy Bragg. These lessons will cover strumming and finger-picking techniques to get medieval with your playing.
Heavy Metal fan? Excellent! Learn to chug your way through the heaviest riffs and shred like the 80s never ended.
Classic Rock? Fantastic! From AC/DC right through to Zeppelin. These lessons will have you rocking out with the greatest of all time.
Blues? Perfect! Tell the world your woes with 12 bars, 6 strings and the truth. These lessons will take you from the crossroads of Route 66 to Highway 61.
Whatever style you’re into, every lesson will be tailored to you and your musical tastes.
If you are looking for lessons for your child, rest assured that Richard has worked with every age group from 6 up to adults, and is more than happy to keep you up to date on your child’s progress and highlight areas of improvement.
For your first lesson, all that is necessary is a guitar and a song that you wish to learn.
As well as learning how to play the song, you will also learn the theory to allow you to improvise and play solos along with it. Every theory aspect will have a practical application.
So what are you waiting for?!
- Learn to play the songs you love
- Develop improvising techniques to play with anyone, anytime, anywhere
- Acquire the skills to write your own songs
- Master the theory behind the music
- Attain the knowhow to maintain, repair and get the best from your instrument
If this sounds interesting to you, please feel free to reach out and ask Richard any questions.