Guitar Lessons in North London

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Guitar lessons north London

Udi Glaser offers guitar lessons in North and Central London. He is an experienced guitar teacher who has been teaching since 2002 in local schools and giving private and group guitar lessons. Udi is a registered guitar teacher as a member of RGT@LCMRegistry of Guitar Tutors at London College of Music. Among his students are well known celebrities.

Since he picked up a guitar in 1991, Udi has also gained experience on stage as a performing guitarist and in the studio as a session player and recording artist.

Guitar lessons in Crouch End and Highgate

Udi’s previous studies include a B.A. in Musicology, a Diploma in Sound Control and a Certificate in Orchestrating and Producing Music for Film and Games. For which he was granted a scholarship in the name of Jeff Beck, the well known guitarist.

Guitar lessons take place in his home studio in north LondonCrouch End, Highgate area. Online guitar lessons via FaceTime, Skype and Messenger are also possible. Udi teaches all levels including beginners. He covers a vast range of guitar styles and genres, such as: Classical guitar, Pop, Rock, Metal, Blues, Spanish guitar, Ethnic and World Music and many more. Udi also teaches how to use the correct technique when playing guitar, improvise, compose on the guitar, music theory, sight reading, TAB reading and every little thing a guitarist should know.

He was also featured as the guitar teacher of the week on

guitar lessons in north London - Udi Glaser

Price list (Monday-Friday):

£30 – 1/2 hour
£35 – 45 minutes
£40 – 1 hour
* For an additional fee, Udi also gives guitar lessons on Sunday and in and around London.

Feel free to drop him an email with any question or to book a lesson:
Or call him on: 07528-016-583

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Q: Do you take complete beginners?

A: Yes. I’m happy taking beginners. Sometimes I even prefer beginners as I can teach the right techniques straight away, without the need to break bad old habits. Usually self-taught students or students of inadequate teachers acquire flawed right and left hand techniques unfortunately.

Q: What is your method of teaching guitar?

A: I build a custom made programme that would fit the student’s goals and needs. If you think you don’t have any goals and just want to play a bit and have fun, that’s also an honourable goal and I’ll just aim towards that. Just let me know what kind of music you’re into. I usually incorporate a bit of music theory in my lessons as well as encouraging my students to create music of their own.

Q: What kind of styles and genres do you teach?

A: Over the years I’ve dubbed with almost any possible music genre and style and therefore I can teach almost everything. From classical guitar grade exam preparations, through acoustic singer-songwriters songs to electric guitar shredding.

Q: What should I bring to the lessons?

A: 1) Your guitar. 2) Yourself. 3) A music notebook or a folder for A4 papers. 4) smartphone/camera if you wish to take a short video at the end of the lesson – it really does help when practising at home.

Q: What is expected of me as a student?

A: Three important things: practice, practice and more practice. If you don’t have a minimum of 20 minutes a day to practice – learning guitar is probably not for you. Learning a new instrument or progressing to more advanced levels requires time to practice. There’s no other alternative or a hidden secret to learn guitar quickly yet (there might a quicker way when we’ll become cyborgs…).

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More Testimonials:

“Patient, perceptive and versatile”

martin weegmann, 2010-07-18:

I have been seeing Udi for lessons for a few months and already feel a lot better in my playing and confidence. Udi is patient, perceptive and versatile – so I have learned some rock, blues and Elizabethan music from him. A great player and encouraging teacher…

“made better progress than having group lessons”

Melanie, 2010-07-14:

One-to-one guitar lessons have been very beneficial for me. I’ve made better progress than having group lessons. Udi is very patient and encouraging and can teach you whatever you want to learn. I would recommend him to anyone who would like to learn the guitar or to improve their skills.

“After just one lesson with Udi the confidence started to roll back”

Chi, 2009-12-18:

re: guitar lessons with UdiI used to play guitar at school 1972-1974 and always hankered after relearning the instrument. After just one lesson with Udi the confidence started to roll back and a few lessons later my family can recognise some fo the tunes I (try to) play! The lessons are well structures without being rigid and are easy to follow. A good teacher needs to be able to enthuse and encourage their pupils – Udi is that!

“In just two lessons Udi has helped me to get back in touch with my inner bluesman!”

Simon Deeley, 2009-12-15:

As someone who has fiddled about on my electric guitar for many years after a formal training in my teens, Udi has expertly assessed my ability and given me direction to quickly progress. In just two lessons Udi has helped me to get back in touch with my inner bluesman!

“I have found myself listening to music in a whole new light now”

Michele Manz, 2009-12-12:

Hi Udi,
I came to you with no rhythm and co-ordination and never thought I’d be able to play the guitar. But after just 5 lessons I have a good grasp on chords, arpeggio, notes, reading music and strumming patterns. Learning to play guitar is like learning a beautiful new language and I have found myself listening to music in a whole new light now… I liked the way you make things so understandable and gave a good mixture of things to learn and practice between lessons. I wish I could continue learning with you but am back in New York now.
I’d definitely recommend you and hope to see you again in the future.
Michele x

“I can understand easily”

YOSH, 2009-10-26:

Udi is really into it.
so i can also motivate myself to go for my aim.
everytime when i ask him a question, he is trying to explain which i can understand easily.
but on the other hands he does giving me a tricky question to understand more about it!!

“a guitar master class which the children loved!”

Music teacher at Active Learning nursery, 2009-09-12:

Udi came to our nursery and gave two sessions- one for our babies, a relaxing half hour of beautiful guitar sounds which our babies enjoyed immensely, and then a 45 minute session with our oldest preschoolers – including a concert of his beautiful compositions, movement activities and a guitar master class which the children loved! They had their first guitar lesson on their own guitars from home. And Udi taught them some beginner guitar techniques using his original early years guitar tuition method – which is absolutely fantastic! It was a real treat for the kids!

“really encouraging, patient and helpful teacher”

Katie, 2009-08-21:

I found Udi to be a really encouraging, patient and helpful teacher. Even though I am a very inexperienced player, I felt I improved in leaps and bounds with the help of the lessons. And not only that but he’s a nice guy, and he genuinely cares about helping people to learn. I recommend him to everyone, seriously!

“the only teacher I’ve had that keeps correcting my arm positioning”

Leo C, 2009-08-11:

I leave lessons in a bit of a sweat – much to take in, but it’s all good good stuff! Udi is challenging but not intimidating. I can be a bit of a joker when things feel tricky or if “I just dont get it”, but Udi manages to restore focus and is very disciplined – which I need! He has a beautiful mastery of the instrument and a very reassuring confidence and wonderful, calm temperament. Udi pushes me – again, I need this, and he tailors the lessons to what my ultimate goals are – i.e. to be able to write my own songs on guitar. He also has acute attention to detail. For instance, he is the only teacher I’ve had that keeps correcting my arm positioning and and my wrist cramping squeeze on the guitar neck! In just a few lessons, things (including some theory building blocks), seem to be coming together. I highly highly recommend him.

“Highly recommend him”

Layla Kaylif, 2009-06-27:

Udi is a very patient and flexible teacher, who gives a lot of encouragement, attention to detail, and helps his students to find the best approach for themselves, to learning even the most basic skills. I highly recommend him.

“his musical academic background and being a regular professional practitioner make his lessons interesting”

Abbas Msa, 2009-05-04:

I had few lessons with Udi, from what I can say, he’s very talented (I’ve attended many of his gigs),
patient and passionate about what he’s doing. His musical academic background and being a regular professional practitioner make his lessons interesting.
All the time with Udi was well spent.
I highly recommend him.

“patient, good humoured and encouraging”

Perrin Sledge, 2009-04-30:

Udi is patient, good humoured and encouraging. He is happy to work with you on any song you want to play and is very good at moulding lessons to the specific needs of his students. Highly recommended.

“I have also found him to be extremely patient”

Carmen, 2009-04-28:

I have been taught the guitar by Udi and found him to be flexible and encouraging in the way he has taught me, teaching me everything I want to know, at the pace I want to learn. I have also found him to be extremely patient. Udi and his wife Daphne have also worked really well with the kids at my children’s 5th and 11th birthday parties.

“highly recommend him to everyone”

Eter Guarderas, 2009-04-27:

I have studied guitar with Udi for a couple of months, excellent, very easy to understand and put in practice, as i musician myself i’m deeply grateful for all the knowledge i have received from him, thumbs up, i’m also thinking of studying further composition with him, highly recommend him to everyone. Eter

8 thoughts on “Guitar Lessons in North London

  • August 12, 2014 at 9:32 am


    I would like to learn the guitar, a search for North London came up with your website.

    I’m a complete beginner. Do you still teach?



    • September 25, 2014 at 12:30 am

      Hi Olivia,

      Yes I still do teach guitar. Do you live in Crouch End area? Do you already have a guitar?


  • January 26, 2013 at 9:09 pm

    I’d like to arrange some guitar lessons for my 7 year old (he’s never played but is very keen to learn). From your address I think we live just round the corner – could you let me know how much it would be for say 6 half hour lessons at home?

    Many thanks


    • January 27, 2013 at 9:03 am

      Hi Carolyn,

      The age of 7 is a good time to start learning the guitar. Does he own one? Do you need some advice?

      A half an hour lesson is £20 in my home studio. A lesson In your home (if it’s in Crouch End) is £25, but I always recommend that my students come to my studio.

      Do let me know if you have any further questions.


  • December 28, 2012 at 7:23 pm

    Hey there, i’m a self learner however just to check with a professional in how im doing, i’d like to take a lesson. However before booking, id like to ask how much each lesson is? if it’s private..? as in one to one? and if it’s possible to pay when i see you and not online.. ? Thank you.

    • December 31, 2012 at 2:00 am

      Hi Merve,

      Lessons are one to one and take place in my home studio in Crouch End. The fee is £30 per hour Mon-Fri and £35 on Sundays. Yes, you can pay when we meet.

      Btw, if you are interested I have a one-off offer which is £99 for 4 guitar lessons (at my home studio, Monday to Friday, valid for purchases until 31/12/2012).

      Please let me know if you have more questions.


  • May 1, 2012 at 7:14 pm

    Imterested in guitar lessons for my six year old. What is your rate and would you come to our home??

    • May 3, 2012 at 11:49 am

      Hi, half an hour would be enough for a 6 year old, which is £20 in my home studio in Crouch End. I would have to ask for more if I need to travel.


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