Strings and DotsHow does music work? Check out StringsandDots, a site developed by Andy Evans, and start to discover. If you’re a guitarist or teacher who wants to know more about music theory – without having to relate everything to the piano keyboard –  this is the site for you.

The site’s designed to help guitar students (and teachers) by:

  • using the layout of the guitar as much as possible to show how notes relate to each other
  • relating learning to the pieces in the ABRSM and Trinity College guitar exam syllabuses, so that an understanding of music and an ability to play it go keep firmly in step

Even if you don’t plan to do grade exams you’ll find this learning really useful. But if you are planning to do them, it’s vital; and to help you the site is organised by grade.

Head on over to stringsanddots.com and check it out!

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Ashdown Guitar LessonsAndy Evans is an in-demand teacher, bringing long experience, insight, creative thinking and fun to learning guitar and theory. Andy helps you play guitar the way you’ve always wanted to, whether you want to improve your guitar chords, solo playing fingerstyle, classical, jazz, blues etc.

Lessons are mostly person-to-person in Forest Row (RH18) – but keep checking the Ashdown guitar lessons website to hear about the future launch of remote lessons via Skype.

DBS Checked
Andy is a long-time member of the Registry of Guitar Tutors, so he can offer exam grades covering electric, acoustic and classical guitar, if that’s what you want to do.
Andy has an enhanced DBS certificate, giving parents and carers peace of mind that their children will be safe at Ashdown Guitar Lessons.
Now’s the time to take your guitar playing to the level you’ve always wanted.
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