Skype guitar lessons
Skype guitar lessons
Skype Guitar Lessons Online
Skype Guitar Lessons Online

Professional Skype Guitar Lessons

Lesson Prices start from only $35

Not sure Skype lessons will work for you? Then take adavantage of the FREE 20 minute introduction lesson

Contact me today to arrange your free Trial lesson.  Start to learn the Guitar right now,

What are you waiting for?


Skype Guitar Lessons for all levels & ages, I cover a variety of styles including Rock, Blues, Metal, & Jazz. Skype or Facetime lessons require a computer or laptop, broadband Internet connection, webcam and microphone. I have lots of information on my main Skype page so either click on the picture above or click here



My online guitar lessons cover specific ideas and learning skills. whether it be introductions to a style of music or a short course on a certain technique, like sweeping, or legato. In this section you will find information on Theory, Technique and expanding your chops.



In the Free guitar lesson section you will find lots of information that everyone can learn and enjoy. They can either be in the form of a video or written music theory explaining a certain topic or element of playing the guitar. New material is being added all the time so keep checking in.

The Technical Setup for Skype Lesson

There are plenty of upgrades you can make to your equipment to improve the quality of your session, but I’ll start with a bare bones setup which should be enough to get you off the ground.


Here’s the minimum setup you’ll need:

  • High-speed internet connection to get online
  • Computer, with enough processing power to send and receive streaming video and audio (anything on today’s market can handle it)
  • Webcam, either built-in on a laptop or bought separately
  • Microphone, again either built-in or separate
  • A Skype account. Click here to create an account

Want to learn how to play the guitar, or take your playing to the next level?


Then keep reading for more details on how you can learn online  ysing Skype from one of the most dedicated guitar teacher available via the internet.


I am sure your thinking why choose to learn online, and why choose to learn with Skype Guitar Lessons Online?


To help you make that decission here is a short list of reason that you should consider.

Quality of the teacher:  I believe it is better to be taught with an excellent qualified teacher than it is to have in-person lessons with a mediocre teacher. Using online resources gives students even more options to choose from when looking for a teacher since they are not restricted to their small local region.


Weekly Convenience:   Students don’t have to travel 10 or 20 minutes to their teacher’s studio.  Also, when a student is 5 or 10 minutes late, I give them a courtesy call in case they forgot, but if they live 15 minutes away and they have a 30 or even 45 minute session, it’s hardly worth it for them to come late. Learning online means no missed lessons due to forgetfulness since the student and teacher can connect on Skype 30 seconds after the courtesy call.


Convenience of Recording: While students always have the option to record their face-to-face lessons, that never happens (at least, in the history of my teaching).  But students can easily record the session for review at a later time with software like Evaer and SuperTinTin (audio only: Pamela, MP3 Skype Recorder, and VodBurner).

Guitar Pro: tablature and standard notation editor

Featured Lessons

Here are a selection of lessons available in this website

Classic Rock

Learn how to play Ten Years Gone by Led Zeppelin. Note by note tutorial on how to play this classic song by one of the greatest bands ever.

Beginners Guide

The beginners guide series of lessons is the essential guide for anyone starting to learn how to play the guitar. The lessons covers chords, scales, and strumming patterns.

Play That Riff

In this series of video lesson i show you how to play some of the most popular riffs ever played on the guitar. New lessons are being added every week.

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