On 25 Jan 2013 at 12:06pm Lady of the Flowers wrote:
Hoping to find my son a new guitar teacher. He likes playing acoustic mainly. Any suggestions?..
On 25 Jan 2013 at 1:11pm Jenni Bonsor wrote:
Hi my son is 17 and at his guitar teacher's suggestion is looking to take on some guitar pupils. He plays classical, acoustic and electric and has been learning for 10 years. He is currently taking his A levels and is soon to be mobile as he's about to buy a car. He's charging £10 an hour. His phone number is 07833226034 and his name is Sam. He's a nice lad (not just because I'm his mum!) he helps teach swimming to the youngsters at Brighton swimming club so is used being in a teacher/pupil relationship.
On 26 Jan 2013 at 1:04am geddy wrote:
Yea,I know a guitar teacher, wannabe builder, employes too much cheap labour, wears a cowboy hat, nice enough guy, you keep him stumming though, leave the building to the local tax- paying guys who are trying to survive! Do you want his phone number.?
On 26 Jan 2013 at 10:21am Lady of the Flowers wrote:
JB, I'll bear Sam in mind. Thanks very much
On 26 Jan 2013 at 1:22pm Happy Client wrote:
What an amazingly unpleasant, and probably libellous, statement Geddy. Libellous because anyone who knows the person to whom you refer will recognise him from that description.
He pays his tax, and so do his team. He employs a couple of Polish guys, one of whom is the best builder I have ever encountered in my life - and I've run quite a few renovations so I can judge. Show me a Brit with that kind of pride in his work and his attention to detail and I'd employ them in a heartbeat. That's why the person you're talking about is successful and why he keeps on getting the work, not because he's cheaper or not paying his workers properly. What's more, all the tradesmen - plasterers, plumbers, sparks - are local businesses who are glad of the work and delighted to work with a team who really care about their work.
On 26 Jan 2013 at 11:09pm neil wrote:
Oh dear happy client, more like happy pills, spoke to ******* last week, no work and no jam rolls. Thankfully there is still money in wool! BAAA
On 27 Jan 2013 at 11:11am Happy Client wrote:
Sorry Neil, I have absolutely no idea what you're on about.
On 28 Jan 2013 at 9:10pm Ed wrote:
Getting back on subject...
I'm assuming you are looking for a teacher in Lewes? I used to have lessons with Joe Behrmann. He is an amazing teacher and one of the nicest people you're likely to come across. He's usually got loads of students so often has a waiting his list but worth asking.
On 1 Feb 2013 at 5:01pm Lady of the Flowers wrote:
Thanks Ed. I have since been put in touch with a local guitar teacher called Guy McQueen who was highly recommended by a friend. My son has a free consultation lesson yesterday and they seemed to get on really well and he still sounds keen!
Here's to hoping it goes better this time...
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