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Mythbusting 7: I’m tone deaf

There are many myths about having music lessons and I’m here to bust ’em! Today we talk about the concept of being “Tone Deaf”. Check out the full list here 7. I’m tone deaf If I had a pound for every time I’d heard this one, I’d […]

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Mythbusting 6: It’s too late for me to learn guitar

There are many myths about having music lessons and I’m here to bust ’em! Today, there’s something you really need to know… It’s never to late to learn! Check out the full list here 6. It’s too late for me to learn, you need to start when […]

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Mythbusting 5: I’ve got no rhythm!

There are many myths about having music lessons and I’m here to bust ’em! Today, the Rhythm is gonna get ya! Check out the full list here 5. I’ve got no rhythm Ok, here’s the thing. Perhaps your rhythm isn’t great right now. Perhaps when you’re dancing […]

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Mythbusting 3 AND 4: One on One Lessons are best AND… You’ll make slower progress in a group

There are many myths about having music lessons and I’m here to bust ’em! Check out the full list here One on One Lessons are best AND… You’ll make slower progress in a group I’ve put these two together because they are two sides of the same […]

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Mythbusting2: I don’t have the time

There are many myths surrounding learning a musical instrument and I’m here to bust ’em! Check out the full list here 2. I don’t have the time According to a study by Ofcom, British adults watch an average of 3.8 hours of television per day. That’s over […]

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What The Students are Saying

18 months ago I couldn't strum a single chord much less attempt to play some of my favorite songs. Thanks to Seb's patience and style of teaching I now have the confidence to tackle songs on my own

- Dee

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