Booths Music Guitar Tutors

Booths Music is proud to have some of the best and experienced guitar tutors teaching music lessons on a one to one basis from our Bolton town centre premises; read more about them here in their individual profiles!

 

Guitar Tutors

 

nick farnworth guitar tutorsNick Farnworth

 

A maestro on bass guitar, Nick teaches bass, electric and acoustic guitar up to a very high standard. He also offers double bass lessons, although not in orchestral styles … Read more.

 

tommy govan guitar drums Tommy Govan

 

Tommy teaches drum kit and guitar tutors at Booth’s Music on Monday and Wednesday evenings. He has a keen student base, most of which have achieved various graded exam … Read more.

 

Liam Casey Guitar tutorLiam  Casey

 

Liam is very popular among his students and has lessons available on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday throughout the day and … Read more.

 

John Beddington guitar tutorsJohn Beddington

 

Offering lessons throughout the day and into the evening on Monday, Tuesday, Friday and Saturday, John is an enthusiastic tutor. With decades of … Read more.

 

pete lauda guitar tutorPete Lauda

 

Teaching electric, acoustic and bass guitar from beginner to a very high standard, Pete has lessons available on Monday evenings and Saturday mornings … Read more.

 

mike barnes 150Mike Barnes

 

A teacher for 7 years, Mike tutors budding musicians of all ages and abilities. With a degree in composition and recording (completing the former to Masters level), Mike has vast experience in a number of musical disciplines … Read more.

 

chris owensChris Owens

 

Chris Owens is one of the latest members of the Booths team. Having played music for 10 years, starting in a DIY punk band like so many others, Chris went onto Wigan & Leigh college to study music before going to the University of Salford … Read more.

 

James FranklandJames Frankland

 

James one of the latest guitarists to join the Booths teaching team. A player of both acoustic and electric guitar, James has great experience in live performance (including Leeds Festival and Cheltenham’s 2000 Trees Fest) and session playing … Read more.

 

Particularly popular instruments at present include the Banjo and Ukulele, which are also taught from our downstairs studios alongside the Mandolin. Although these instruments are fun to learn, theory is incorporated into lessons and a high playing standard can be achieved.

 

 “THERE IS ONLY ONE INSTRUMENT THAT TRANSFORMS MERE MORTALS INTO GIANTS – THE GUITAR!”

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