Graham Parsons Guitar Tuition
Based in South Leicestershire, Graham teaches one to one lessons out of a purpose built studio, the studio environment provides a focussed learning zone for students.
In 2016 Graham established a web based tuition platform to support his students, with over forty hours of lessons available and regular content updates this has now been launched as a on-line subscription based service suitable for beginner to intermediate level players, these lessons are accessible through our subscription zone.
Whether your a complete beginner looking to start playing or a more experienced player looking to get to the next level we can help.
Learn at your own pace in an environment that suits your needs.
Sound Garden Studio is a Mac based recording facility with professional Presonus audio interfaces, using Persons Studio One 2, Pro Tools 12 and Logic Studio recording software, Graham can support the production of professional quality recording solutions.
All video and audio content for the on-line lessons is recorded and produced at Sound Garden Studio.
Students attending the studio can record their development during lessons, this acts as a point of reference to enable students to review their progress over time.
For more details of our studio facilities visit our web site www.soundgardenstudio.co.uk
Tips and Tricks
Get more from your pentatonic
Here's a quick lesson to help you get more out of box 1 of the minor pentatonic. Try using this over the jam tracks on this page
OK Guys another free lesson for you here. Start looking at playing your pentatonic scales in groups, it's a great workout for your fingers, imagine your taking them down the gym.
Fun with chord scales
Struggling with barre chords, try this neat way to move chord shapes up and down the neck without a barre to get some cool lines going.
A Minor Jam Track
Here we have a jam track in G Major for you to create some melody lines over, use your A minor pentatonic
G Major Jam Track
Here we have a jam track in G Major for you to create some melody lines over, use the G major scale or E minor pentatonic