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Guitar Lessons Worcester

Learn to play Guitar

Learning to play Guitar is one of the most rewarding & cool musical experiences. Whether you want to jam at home to backing tracks for your own amusment, play with friends, join a band and play live - there are so many great opportunities that open up to you when you can play the guitar. 

Our Worcester Guitar lessons welcome anyone to come along and have a go.  Whether you are an adult looking to stop playing that air guitar and pick up the real thing or you are a parent looking to get your children started on their musical journey, we can certainly help you along the way. We don't just do beginners guitar lessons here at Cranes, we also offer electric guitar lessons and acoustic guitar lessons for those who are looking to further improve their skills

Lessons tailored for you 

Here at Cranes, you'll find a fully equipped guitar studio where you'll be taught tailoured lessons to suit you. We will teach you anything from AC/DC to Ed Sheeran, Johnny Cash to Metallica, Led Zeppelin to Lewis Capaldi - we want you to enjoy and play the music you love! Although our teachers don't follow a strict course (however you can if you wish!),during the learning process of each song the necessary playing techniques and skills along with music theory and tab reading will be introduced and taught, enabling you to become a great all round guitarist and muscian.


Meet our teachers


Matt Cullen – Guitar

Matt has been playing Guitar for over 10 years and he was a pupil at Cranes before becoming a teacher here in 2015. Matt has always taken great joy and pride in teaching people to play the Guitar. Whether you want to learn to play your favorite songs or go through your exams he will certainly help you achieve your goals. Matt specializes in teaching genres like Rock, Metal, Pop and Acoustic finger style Guitar. If it’s exams you want to do then Matt teaches from the Trinity Rock and Pop or Rockschool syllabuses.