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Where to find guitar lessons in Leeds

You can learn the guitar just about anywhere, just like you can teach yourself music or attend music lessons to learn about music theory. The guitar is no exception.

In Leeds, you鈥檒l definitely be able to find what you鈥檙e looking for. Acoustic guitar lessons, classic guitar lessons, electric guitar lessons…Anything is possible. Wherever you are in the Capital of the North, you鈥檒l be able to practice this beautiful instrument. You鈥檒l find private guitar instructors in many different neighbourhoods, and for all different levels. We鈥檒l be listing some examples, scattered throughout Leeds and its surrounding region.

You鈥檒l see that you have two options when looking for guitar lessons: either you choose to take your lessons at home, or you travel to the instructor鈥檚 studio or home for your lesson. You also have a third choice, in today鈥檚 day and age, which is opting

for online classes via webcam.

Guitar instructors in Leeds

If you choose the most common method, you鈥檒l have many different options to choose from. The process is simple. For weekly lessons, take a look at the different personal ad sites, or more dedicated websites like Superprof. Depending on your specific needs, you can choose the instructor that best suits you. Once you鈥檝e made your choice, all you have to do is contact them! You鈥檒l then be able to decide on your schedule, and whether the classes will take place at your home or in a music school.

Most private instructors are scattered around the city centre, and some can be found in the inner suburbs, such as East Ardsley, Wakefield and Featherstone. What will truly make a difference when choosing your new tutor is the connection you have with them, their availabilities and how close they are to you. These are the three things that you should be taking into account. All of the technical details will be figured out later. Like, for example, choosing an instructor who will teach you the music style you prefer, or who knows how to read tablatures. All of this can come second.

Online guitar lessons in Leeds

In 2019, if you want to learn the guitar, you can also choose not to have a stranger come to your home to teach you how to read music and how to play the different chords. This instrument can be learned independently, if you so choose.

You can opt for online courses to perfect your music theory skills and to learn how to read sheet music or tablatures. You can even find plenty of videos online - for free! - that will teach you the technique you鈥檒l need before you can jump in and start tackling covers. When you鈥檙e ready, you can just head on down to Briggate, where you鈥檒l find plenty of music stores, such as Dawsons and Hobgoblin. Inside, you鈥檒l be able to choose from a wide variety of guitars, if you haven鈥檛 bought one already, and pick up some sheet music and songbooks to practice as well.

You鈥檒l find books on musicology and on the history of music, and an entire collection of guitar tabs of your favourite artists - for all levels, of course. You can also find free sheet music online to help you practice, before moving on to more complicated tablatures.

In Leeds, once you鈥檝e mastered the art of the guitar, you can also benefit from the rich live music scene the city has to offer, in order to practice your skills in front of a live audience.

Why take up guitar lessons in Leeds

Artistically and musically speaking, Leeds provides plenty of opportunities thanks to its varied infrastructure. A number of different venues attract big-name artists from around the world, but also make room for lesser-known independent artists to showcase their talent. Local music promoters like Super Friendz and Youth Club Sounds, who recently partnered with Belgrave Music Hall & Canteen to create a mixtape that features 16 different tracks from local artists and producers, as well as Come Play With Me, are dedicated to helping independent artists from Leeds make their music heard.

Leeds is thus a great place to get started, especially if what you鈥檙e looking for is a career in music. All you have to do now is choose how you鈥檒l be learning to play the guitar. Do you prefer learning at home with a private guitar instructor, or going to a music school and taking group lessons with other amateur guitarists like yourself?

There are pros and cons to all of the different options. This is why it鈥檚 useful to take the time to think and weigh your options, because, despite the fact that your first class can be offered for free (if you choose to find a tutor on Superprof), we鈥檙e talking about a real investment, both money-wise and time-wise, since it will take time and practice to learn the technique and to be able to play your favourite songs.

Don鈥檛 forget that learning music theory will lay the foundation for you to then be comfortable reading sheet music or guitar tabs, and so that you can adapt to any rhythmic variations you may come across. Once you鈥檝e mastered the basics, you can start picking up sheet music and practising your favourite songs on the guitar. And, who knows, maybe you鈥檒l even be ready to start improvising.

Leeds and the guitar

There is a variety of music schools in Leeds to choose from. Whether you鈥檙e a student who wants to learn music or a future professional guitarist who鈥檚 looking to gain experience and training by giving lessons, you鈥檒l be able to find what you鈥檙e looking for here. In Leeds, you can find the Leeds College of Music, the largest music conservatoire in the UK, where you can learn and discover all types of different music genres.

A great place to learn how to play the guitar with leading industry experts.

At the conservatoire, you can specialise in a certain music style, learning everything about where and how it originated, as well as how to master the musical complexities of the genre. A variety of different modules, such as 鈥淐oncerts & Touring,鈥 鈥淢usic Journalism,鈥 and 鈥淔ilm Music鈥 will help you specialise your learnings even further. The state-of-the-art facilities and the wide range of performance opportunities the conservatoire provides for its students make it the best place to form yourself as a musician in the city of Leeds.

Many other music schools, such as the Leeds Music Academy and Vivace Music School, offer one-on-one and group lessons throughout the city of Leeds, if you鈥檙e not yet ready to commit to an undergraduate or post-graduate education.

How do guitar lessons work in Leeds?

The education system in a conservatoire is often quite clear and very organised, since it works in modules. Each module complements the others, which allows students to enrich their studies in their own unique way, all while continuing to progress more generally in the art of the guitar, for example.

Undergraduate students follow a 3-year track to obtain their Honours B.A. or a 1-year track for a Masters in Music or Post Graduate Diploma as Creative Musicians. The curriculum is made up of context courses, where students will learn all about the history and repertoire of their style of choice, specialist study, where students learn to master their instrument through one-on-one and group lessons, and professional studies, where students can choose from a wide range of different modules to round out their music education.

Starting at the age of 9, students can start developing their musicianship and aural skills at the conservatoire. Courses are offered on Saturdays and typically last an hour.

The conservatoire also offers short courses and summer school classes to anyone interested in developing their skills at the Leeds College of Music. You can choose from acoustic guitar lessons, jazz lessons, composition lessons, and recording lessons, among others. Lessons usually take place in the evenings and last about an hour and a half, and are typically open to beginners.

You can see that, in Leeds, you really have many opportunities to learn the guitar and make fast progress.

Either on your own, in which case you have plenty of options to choose from to find the one that鈥檚 best for you, or through a third party, such as a music school or the conservatoire, where you鈥檒l be in the competent hands of professionals that are passionate about what they do and that can help you on your way to becoming a pro guitarist.

We鈥檙e not necessarily talking about becoming the next Hendrix or Van Halen, but if you can manage to use a guitar tuner and string some arpeggios together, all while experimenting with different musical styles with your new Fender or Marshall, then that鈥檚 already a very good start.

Your own ambition will dictate the progress you make. The more progress you make, the further you鈥檒l want to go. And the practicality and universality of the guitar will make sure you鈥檙e always asking for more. More progress, more things to learn, and becoming one with your instrument.

Jimi Hendrix often said that 鈥淪ometimes you want to give up the guitar, you'll hate the guitar. But if you stick with it, you're gonna be rewarded.鈥 An inspiring quote to send you on your way to your new guitar lessons.

FAQ's

馃幐How can you find a guitar tutor in Leeds?

Are you looking to begin to play the guitar?

 

On Superprof, there are 48 guitar instructors available to give guitar lessons in Leeds.

 

A messaging system is in place on the platform that lets you get in touch with the guitar tutors that are offering private lessons on the platform.

 

Once your lesson request has been approved, you can start your first guitar lesson with your guitar teacher.

 

Click here to see the profiles of guitar teacher in your area.

 

馃懆馃徏鈥嶁殩锔 How many teachers are currently offering guitar lessons near you?

In Leeds and the suburban areas, there are 48 guitar instructors available to offer private lessons

 

To find a private guitar teacher, check out their tutoring cv to find out more information about their course offering. Our guitar instructors cover all types of guitar from electric, acoustic, bass.

 

Choose your course in Leeds from our range of more than 48 tutor profiles available.

馃捇 How can I take guitar lessons online?

Did you know you can even take music lessons online?

 

On Superprof, many of our Guitar teachers also offer online tuition. About 80% of teachers across our platform offer guitar lessons via webcam.

 

To find available online Guitar teachers, just select the webcam filter in the search engine to see the available tutors offering online courses in your desired subject.

 

Online courses via Skype offer you more advantages in terms of flexibility and are often less expensive as the teacher does not need to travel.

 

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馃捀 How much do guitar tutors charge for guitar classes in Leeds?

On average guitar teachers charge 拢18 for guitar lessons per hour in Leeds.

 

The cost for guitar lessons will differ depending on:

  • the experience of your instructor
  • the type of guitar you want to learn (acoustic, electric, bass...)
  • the location of your guitar classes (via Skype or an outside location)
  • the number of lessons and the duration of each class
  • the goal of your guitar classes

97% of our private tutors offer the 1st hour of the lesson free.

 

Check out the rates of our guitar private tutors in your area.

馃幐What equipment do you need before taking guitar classes with a private tutor?

The first thing you need is obviously to get your hands on a guitar. Some of the most famous guitar brands are Ibanez, PRS, Fender and Washburn.

 

The price of a new guitar can sometimes scare beginners.

If this is the case, you may want to rent a guitar to practice with until you feel ready to buy your own guitar.

 

Depending on the type of guitar you want to play, you may also buy:

  • an amplifier
  • an audio cable
  • a guitar strap
  • guitar picks
  • an effects pedal

Certain guitar accessories are not neccessary in order for you to learn to play the guitar. Don't hesitate to ask your guitar tutor for advice on what accessories you should buy in order to play the music you want to.

 

Find your teacher from our range of more than 48 tutors.