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Acoustic And Electric Guitar Lessons

Let’s Play Guitar offers Electric & Acoustic Guitar Lessons in Cheltenham, Cirencester, Gloucester, Faringdon to adults of all ages and children from 7yrs and up, privately and in several schools.

Guitar Lessons In Cheltenham, Cirencester, Gloucester, Faringdon

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Young or old, EVERYONE CAN PLAY THE GUITAR! There are many approaches to learning guitar. We can put together the perfect programme FOR YOU and get you where you want to be, at your pace.

We are full time guitar teachers both Professional RGT Registered Tutors and BA Hons Music qualified, which has given us a firm understanding of music theory and its application. We have each been playing and performing, writing and recording music for over 17 years.

Many students learn just for fun, but as RGT Registered Professional Tutors we can also prepare students for internationally recognised guitar qualifications, certified by the London College Of Music through the RGT (Registry Of Guitar Tutors).

RGT Clear Logo SmallThere’s plenty of information on this site, with separate sections for Kids 7 years and up and Adult Lessons. Also a schools section. Have a look around and get in touch if you have any questions and to book your free introductory lesson!

Childrens Private Lessons


Kids 2Guitar Lessons for children from 7 years and up. By learning songs they like, using chords they are working on, and soloing / improvising using the scales, the fun part of playing the guitar is introduced to kids right from the start and makes practice a thing of pleasure rather than a chore.

Information and techniques are broken down in a clear and easy to understand way, enabling kids to grasp even the more complicated elements of musical practice and theory.  Unlocking the fun of playing the guitar!

Both modern and traditional training methods and aids are used. By introducing kids to learning and practice resources on the internet, such as backing tracks to jam with or songs to learn, they remain motivated and stimulated every time they pick up the guitar.

We have thousands of hours experience teaching children from 7 years and up.  We can prepare children for examination from preliminary grade through grade 8 in either electric or acoustic guitar.  These qualifications are internationally recognised and affiliated to the London college of music with UCAS points being awarded from grade 6.

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Adult Private Lessons

Adults 2AdultsWe offer guitar lessons to adults of all ages, from absolute beginner to advanced covering many different styles of music on both the acoustic and electric guitar. We believe that learning the guitar should be fun and centred around the music that YOU would like to be playing. You will learn all your chords and soloing skills whilst playing your favourite songs, solo’s and improvising. All the fun parts of playing the guitar!

If you already play guitar, are self taught & want to take the next step, or used to play guitar & would like to start again, we can quickly assess your playing level, fill in any gaps and accelerate your playing skills. We can put together the perfect programme FOR YOU and get you where you want to be, at your pace.

The first step is the free introductory lesson where we will discuss your goals and what you want to get out of playing the guitar. Importantly this gives you the opportunity to try a lesson without any commitment and see if you like our style of teaching and if its something you would enjoy.

Lessons are in our home recording studios with lots of effects to stimulate the imagination and music recording equipment to aid the lessons, capture progress and even record and produce your compositions.Taking guitar exams is not at all compulsory, you can of course play just for fun, but for those who do want to go through their grades we can prepare you for electric or acoustic guitar grades through the RGT (Registry of Guitar Tutors). More about the RGT here.RGT Clear Logo Small

Guitar Qualifications

RGT Clear Logo SmallRGT exams start at beginner level and progress to professional Diplomas.
The exams are organised in partnership with London College of Music Exams (one of the world’s most respected music examination boards, established since 1887) and certificated b the University of West London.
From Grade One onwards RGT grade exams are regulated by the Office of the Qualifications and Examinations Regulator (Ofqual) and UCAS points are awarded for Grade 6 and above.
Benefits of Taking an RGT Exam

  • Gain a useful and internationally recognised qualification.
  • Find out, via a reliable and independent assessment, what standard your playing is.
  • Achieve your playing potential by setting yourself a clear target to aspire to.
  • Preparing for the exam will help you develop all aspects of your playing in a structured way, increase your knowledge of guitar techniques and music theory.

all-electric-booksElectric Guitar Exams:

Nine exam grades are available, ranging from Preliminary Grade (for beginners) up to Grade 8 (for aspiring professional musicians).
A range of Electric Guitar Teaching Diplomas and Electric Guitar Performance Diplomas are also available.

Acoustic Guitar Exams:

10 exam grades are available, ranging from Initial Stage (for beginners) up to Grade 8 (for aspiring professional musicians & teachers).
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Performance Awards

Candidates who prefer not to take a full grade exam can instead opt for an Acoustic / Electric Guitar Performance Award, which focuses entirely on the performance of rhythm and lead guitar. Performance Awards can be performed at an exam centre, or alternatively candidates can submit a video or audio recording of themselves playing the pieces.