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Are you looking to start to play the guitar?
There are currently 20 guitar instructors available to give guitar lessons in Dublin and the surrounding areas.
A messaging system is in place on the platform that allows you to get in contact with the guitar instructors that are offering private lessons on the platform.
Once your request has been accepted, you can start your first guitar lesson with your guitar teacher.
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In Dublin and the surrounding areas, there are 20 guitar teachers available to offer private lessons
To find a private guitar teacher, view their advert to find out more information about their course offering. Our guitar instructors cover all types of guitar from electric, acoustic, bass.
Start your lessons in Dublin by browsing our range of more than 20 tutors available.
Did you know you can even take music lessons online?
On Superprof, many of our Guitar tutors also offer online tuition. About 80% of teachers across our platform give guitar lessons via webcam.
To find available online Guitar tutors, just select the webcam filter in the search engine to see the available tutors offering online courses in your desired subject.
Online courses via Zoom offer you more benefits in terms of flexibility and are often less expensive as the teacher does not need to travel.
On average guitar tutors charge €23 for guitar classes per hour in Dublin.
The price for guitar lessons will differ depending on:
97% of our instructors give their first guitar lesson for free.
The first thing you need is obviously to buy a guitar. Some of the most well known guitar brands are Gibson, ESP, Yamaha and Washburn.
The price of a guitar can sometimes scare new guitarists.
If this is the case, it is possible to rent a guitar to practice with until you are ready to buy your own guitar.
Depending on the type of guitar you want to play, you may also purchase:
Certain guitar accessories are not required in order for you to play the guitar. Don't hesitate to ask your guitar tutor for help on what accessories you should buy in order to play the music you want to.
Find your teacher from our range of more than 20 guitar tutors.
Check out our amazing Guitar teachers based in Dublin
If you live in or near Dublin then you have access to a great number of our guitar teachers, with over 20 of them in the area helping a lot of people improve their skills in the guitar or to kindle a new passion for it.
The average rate for a guitar lesson in Dublin is 25 euros for an hour's session. Our tutors are a great choice because of their years of experience with instruments as well as having good knowledge of the theoretical elements of playing music. Many also study music in some form or other.
If you aren’t quite sure if a particular tutor will be a good fit for what you are looking for, have no fear. Our tutors offer a free lesson so that you can get a taste of their teaching methods and also see if they are able to help you attain your goals by discussing what you hope to learn with them and they will provide feedback and let you know if it's possible with them and how long that may take.
They’re here to help you learn and improve as well as to make sure you enjoy playing it and having pleasant and fun lessons.
Dublin is famous for its pubs, Georgian houses and streets, great food history and especially live music!
Trad music is always a nice attraction for locals and tourists alike and there are many places that cater to it such as O’Donoghues Bar, The Cobblestone, The Celt and lots lots more.
Trad music isn’t the only live music that is enjoyed by many, the city has many concert halls and venues where a variety of music is played and enjoyed such as the 3 Arena, Olympia theatre, Whelan’s, The Academy and countless others.
The city has given birth to many famous Irish bands such as U2, Thin Lizzy, The Script, Sinead O’Connor and other talented individuals and bands and will continue to do so, all with varying genres of music.
Hopefully, in such a music-filled place, you will find inspiration for learning a new instrument and who knows? Maybe leaving your footprint on the city as well.
If you are just starting out with the instrument then it is highly recommended to start off with a teacher. It is possible to learn by yourself but there is a great advantage to doing so with some help from someone experienced.
If you start learning to play the guitar then having a teacher from the very start will mean you will start with your best foot forward. You will be able to learn and master the basics quickly which will make the rest of the learning process in the future that much easier. You won’t develop and keep any bad habits or mistakes as they will be addressed early on by your teacher.
With their help, good techniques and advice will be passed onto you, setting a good foundation for you and your playing.
As time goes on and you become more advanced, having a teacher as you go through the learning process will mean mistakes will be continuously ironed out and a focus on more advanced techniques and even learning specific songs can be done.
Having frequent lessons and someone who can answer any questions you may have, will help make the difficult task of learning the guitar that bit easier for you and will help to keep it a fun hobby and passion for you.
When compared to many instruments, the guitar is quite accessible in terms of difficulty. To get started with the instrument, learning a few basic major and minor chords will get you started, allowing you to practice your technique and finger movements without having to get to the advanced things.
It is also not a requirement to be able to read music to get started. Unlike a piano for example where you’ll have to put the time in early on to learn it.
Robbie is a very skilful player with a great ability to hear chords. Very solid in many areas and very accurate with his guitar technique.
Barry, 1 week ago
Robbie is a very skilful guitar player with great hearing ability.
Barry, 1 week ago
Sends custom videos after class, which are really helpful for practice.
Pedro, 5 months ago