The Guitar Lessons

The guitar lessons are taught in The Potting Shed, a purpose-built studio at the home of the tutor and are tailored to the student's individual needs. Wherever possible the music used is chosen by the student, covering many musical styles including rock, pop, blues and folk.

Electric, acoustic and classical guitars are catered for with beginners being especially welcome.

The first lesson is less than half price, with no obligation to continue. Courses of lessons are generally arranged to run during school term times but can occasionally be continued in the school holidays if required.

As well as individual tuition, small groups can also be accommodated.

The Guitar Tutor

David Meade has experience of providing guitar tuition to a wide range of ages, both in schools and privately. He is currently teaching guitar in more than twelve Gloucestershire primary. Until recently he taught in schools for the Gloucestershire Music Service and became freelance in September 2012.

His musical experiences include performing in groups, duos and solo, writing and recording original material and working with young people and adults on a variety of musical projects.

David is a fully qualified teacher and has enhanced enhanced CRB disclosure.

The Next Step

If you are interested in learning to play the guitar or would like more information on any aspect of the guitar tuition available please get in touch using the details below:

David Meade
Guitar Tuition
cell07967 814659
work01242 285638
8 Bibury Road
Cheltenham Gloucestershire GL51 6BD

Why Learn Music?

Nearly everybody loves and enjoys some kind of music. Learning to play an instrument can give great satisfaction and a sense of achievement.

With a little hard work and commitment, almost anybody can learn to play the guitar and can quickly see themselves making progress. All you need is a guitar and a little time to get started.

Additional Services

The Potting Shed is well equipped demo studio where digital recording services can be provided, for instance to make backing tracks for performances, or for pupils to make a recording of themselves in order to hear their own progress or to play to family and friends.

Help and advice on buying a guitar can be arranged, including accompanying the student to the music shop to try instruments.