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G4 Guitar Students 2020

Our students appeared alongside other G4 guitar students from around the world in this compilation video to showcase what they have been up to during lockdown. We are so pleased that so many of our students have been able to continue their learning online with us over the past few months and have been making great progress!  The video includes students of all ages and levels from other areas of the UK, the US and Australia. As we haven’t been able to run in-person lessons recently, it’s been great to connect with our community online and, in this video, see the progress being made by students at some of our sister schools. There are some great...

Virtual Recital Summer 2020

In June 2020, in place of our usual performance event, we put on a “virtual recital” for our students. Students of all ages & levels performed a variety of music including classics by Tom Petty, Simon & Garfunkel, The Beatles, Guns N’ Roses, Nirvana, Oasis and Lynryrd Skynyrd and we all got together on a Zoom call to watch the show!  It was great to catch up with our students for a social event online and we are looking forward to seeing them in person as soon as it’s safe for us to do so. In the meantime, please enjoy highlights from the show – well done to everyone who performed! Our show also got a write-up...

Why Learn With The G4 Guitar Method?

Like any new skill, learning to play guitar takes time. Despite what you may read elsewhere on the internet, there are no quick fixes – you have to put in the work!  Even if your goal is simply to be able to strum and sing a few songs, this usually takes several months to achieve, at a minimum. However, some approaches to learning guitar are more efficient than others. I often speak to people who have spent many years trying to teach themselves by doing a little bit of this and a little bit of that, or who have learnt with teachers who had no clear learning plan.  As a result, they’ve made very...