We’ve all looked for new hobbies over the last few months. If you think learning an instrument might be for you, maybe these teachers can help you on your way.
1. Justin Guitar
Justin Sandercoe’s online guitar platform is one of the most successful around. Perfect for beginner to intermediate players, Justin’s course series takes you through the most important elements of guitar playing with the odd song tutorial thrown in for good measure. With over twenty years of professional playing behind him, you’ll be sure to receive wise words and solid instruction.
2. Talking Bass
Prefer fewer strings? Talking Bass and Mark J Smith have you covered. Featuring material for all levels of ability and all styles, Mark’s infectious personality and enthusiastic teaching style will keep you engaged for hours.
3. Piano Lessons On The Web
If piano is more your thing, head on over to Piano Teacher Tim’s channel. With a sleek and professional final edit and a friendly, relaxed approach, Tim’s lessons will leave you feeling excited about your musical journey ahead. With a mix of instructional videos and personal experiences, Tim’s channel is aimed primarily at the beginner to intermediate stage pianist but some of his musical advice can be used by anyone.
This one’s for the drummers! With a range of teachers and experts, Drumeo is one of the most versatile online teaching platforms around. Combining a great mix of feature-style videos and instructional lesson-based content, you can be sure that you’re not only learning to play but also learning everything there is to know about your instrument.
5. Andertons Music Co.
Ok, so this isn’t strictly a lesson channel. However, if you’re interested in expanding your knowledge of technology within instruments and amplifiers, all while having a bit of a laugh, this is the place for you. You’ll love the range of presenters, interviews and reviews on the channel that are all conducted in a relaxed, professional atmosphere.