Online Electric Guitar Lessons with Canada’s Finest Electric Guitar Teachers

Do you want to learn to the Electric Guitar online with an online Electric Guitar teacher? Our online Electric Guitar teachers work with online Electric Guitar students of all ages: kids, teens, adults or seniors. If yes, then you’ve come to the right place.

Lessons with a qualified Electric Guitar teacher online will advance your learning, increase the fun factor, and improve every learner’s chances of becoming an expert Electric Guitar player. Online Electric Guitar lessons allow people from all over Canada to have the quality of Electric Guitar instruction that previously would only have been possible in major urban centres.

Our teachers will teach you the necessary Electric Guitar techniques, exercises, theory, and more to maximize your progress.

Our  Electric Guitar teachers come from a variety of backgrounds and educational training, making it easy to find the perfect match for your interest and experience whether you are a beginner or an advanced student. Every Electric Guitar teacher's specialties are listed in their profile, along with details about their background, education and teaching philosophy.

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Nicholas

It's very important that the student enjoys or has a connect to the pieces they play.

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Ethan

In my lessons I try to create a warm and welcoming environment.

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David

I have enjoyed sharing my passion for music with students of all ages, abilities and levels.

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Dave

It is my hope that my students' experience with music will give them the confidence that they'll need to conquer their own personal and musical goals.

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Adel

Without music life would be a mistake.

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Daron

I try my best to be a gentle, inspiring and creative teacher who will help you achieve your musical goals and aspirations!

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David

I like to set goals for my students, and help them reach those musical goals.

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James

I am a great believer that every student will require a different approach depending on their personality and their interests.

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Daniel

I have been teaching music for 16 years, and I absolutely love seeing people come alive.

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Yoshi

If a teacher doesn't have passion for teaching, then their student will not have a passion for learning.

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Rod

I am always learning what the latest pop hits or classic oldies for either my students or some gig performing with other musicians.

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Danny

I am passionate about helping students see the big picture of what it means both to learn and to enjoy music!

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Carl

I aim to help students find their own passion of music and encourage them in every way I can.

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James

I believe that the individual student should be cultivated strategically according to their temperament, interests and transferable skills and understandings.

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Jason

I hope to share my love and knowledge of drums and percussion to inspire you on your musical journey!!

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Eric

From learning popular songs to getting ready for auditions my teaching is versatile.

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Andrew

As a teacher, I strive to help my students create or realize their musical goals and aspirations

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Chris

I hope to bring an appreciation and love of music through play and focused rudimentary skills.

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Daiana

Music is a universal language and connects mind and heart.

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Daniel

I believe music is a vehicle in which musicians can fully express their feelings, thoughts, and voice.

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Ron

My goal as a teacher is to give you the skills and knowledge needed to play the kind of music YOU want to play.

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Victor

Learning an instrument can be helpful for motion skill, discipline and memory.

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Benjamin

My goal is to help develop or rekindle your passion for music that can last a lifetime.

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Sophian

We can work step by step together to learn how music theory is applied in the music you already know.

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Trevor

Learning how to read, write and perform music are all essential parts to my teaching.

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Jake

My goal, no matter what age or level of musicianship one is at, is to always make sure that my students are having fun in what they're doing.

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Christopher

My teaching philosophy is centred around listening.

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Aaron

I look forward to meeting you and helping with your musical development!

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Antonio

With 20 years experience in music and 10 years of teaching, I have seen an array of students that I can, and have, helped effectively.

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Toryin

I make sure every student understands what they are being taught.

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Jacob

I’ve been involved with music for the majority of my life.

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Francis

Musical instruments serve as bridges in bringing out the "music" inside of us.

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Jason

Music is a language that everyone understands.

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Santiago

The ability to both express and convey emotion is in my opinion what makes music so wonderful.

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Meehan

I believe that communication and patience are of the utmost importance.

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Freddy

Having fun and learning at the same time are important to me.

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François

Music is not only great for the soul but is also one of the greatest activities to boost your brain function.

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Anthony

I teach the person to be a musician first, then a guitarist.

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Jesse

My philosophy is to teach people the music they love and actually want to play.

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Jordan

I aspire to pass on the knowledge that I have gained throughout my experiences onto the next generation of musicians.

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Scott

I am keen on helping students develop their own style according to your personality and tastes.

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Roman

My teaching is centered towards each students finding their own personal voice and way of expression.

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Vincent

If you already love listening to music, imagine playing music. You'll see, it's magic!

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Jesse

I aim to help people arrive at these experiences and benefits in a way that is fun, relaxed, and effective.

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Paolo

My way of teaching is always trying to make a balance in between what the student wants to learn and what the student NEEDS to learn

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Wesley

For students of all ages my approach to practice and feedback is grounded in positivity and patience.

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Rogan

I believe in hard work and focus, but also in enjoyment in learning and adding a little fun between focusing on exercises and technique.

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Alejandro

Music is beneficial for the brain and works as a great balance to other activities, but most importantly.. it only gets more and more fun!

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Christopher

I make sure that my students are always having fun!

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Craig

My main goal is to make lessons a part of the week that students look forward to.

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Ethan

I believe everyone should have the opportunity to play the music that they love.

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Alex

My goal as a teacher is to strike a balance between work and play.

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Kyle

I believe music can enrich anyone's life, no matter what their musical goals may be.

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Noah

I have a very patient, encouraging, flexible, and determined style of teaching.

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Ben

For me, teaching, composing and performing are all integral parts to being happy as a musician. And really, who doesn't love being happy?

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Edward

My goal is to produce results but also to keep lessons fun and engaging!

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Karla

I'm a guitar teacher trained in the Suzuki method of teaching.

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Geof

I like to draw on my diverse background to more deeply inform and inspire my students.

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Lionel

My teaching phylosophy is to transmit music's passion to the students by teaching the music they wish to learn

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Martin

When we play music we interact with each other in a co-operative way.

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Emilio

Music is an important skill that cultivates creativity and cognitive thinking.

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Marc

My teaching philosophy is based around helping students reach their musical goals.

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Steven

I believe that through studying music, students can develop a work ethic, passion and creativity that will help in all future endeavours.

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Dr. Keith

I aim to give my students their own personal goals, and showing them how to achieve them.

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Lyle

My goal is to make music fun, and create excellence from there. It's so easy to become good at something if it's your favourite thing to do!

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Pierre

I adapt my lessons to the skills and needs of each student

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David

You've heard the phrase, "when you slow down, you see more of the road". I believe, by slowing down the learning process, the finer details become more clear.

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Kyle

I also encourage my students to explore as many areas of music and bass playing as possible, trying to add more than what they are most enthusiastic about.

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Stanley

I believe that any music someone likes has merit and that a student can learn through music they love.

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Christopher

I keep students interested in the guitar by finding new ways for them to grow.

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Devon

I believe that we all have music in us but that the best route to unlocking it differs from person to person. I tailor my lessons to the individual and let their inherent ability and temperament dictate the material we focus on and what our long and short term goals should be.

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Justin

I love teaching music because of the joy it brings me.

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Adam

I see teaching as an opportunity to inspire creativity.

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Daniel

A teachers job is not necessarily to give you the answers, but sometimes to encourage you to think and dig for the answer yourself..

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Jamie

In my years as a musician I have had the pleasure of getting to teach a wide range of musicians, young and old, from beginners to advanced performers.

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Thomas

I perform regularly as a jazz and improvising guitarist and am passionate about music of all kinds.

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Eric

Students should always leave a lesson feeling like they have accomplished something and with a desire to learn more.

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Aubrey

I like to integrate music that my students suggest into the structures of music that I teach.

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Robert

When you show a student how music knowledge translates into the music they are close to, they become much more excited about learning the language of music.

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What do I need to start online Electric Guitar lessons?

  • A Electric Guitar to practice on
  • A laptop or tablet with Zoom (preferred), FaceTime or Skype installed
  • Your teacher will recommend that you procure certain methods and repertoire
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  • Your teacher will assist with the rental of purchase of your Electric Guitar