LPEB is teaming up with ACE from SKUNK ANANSIE on the franchising of the Ace Guitar Academy.
“Ever watched a great guitarist and thought? ‘I’d love to do that! ’ to be a guitar player on any level or to be in a band that’s out there, playing gigs and having fun. But after taking a look at the teaching books and think ‘Woah!’ this looks too difficult, can I understand and achieve this?’
Well, learning using The Ace Method is easily understandable and enjoyable! and your own drive and commitment to the guitar will take you on the journey you want to be on”.
Ace is the guitarist in UK rock phenomenon Skunk Anansie. Formed in 1994, they went on to be one of the biggest rock bands in Britain and Europe throughout the 90’s until now selling over 5 million records and doing sellout world tours. They still continue to tour and write new music.
Ace has been playing guitar for over 30 years and has been successful in the industry for 20 of them! He has earned a reputation as being one of the top guitarists in the rock world from numerous magazines and his creative use of FX pedals. As well as all this, he has also been producing records professionally since 2001 and has worked on records with many European bands with varied musical styles. From 2005-8, Ace taught the live performance and A&R modules at the acclaimed Brighton Institute of Modern Music where he was both a module leader and lead assessor. Now he is the founder and driving force behind The Ace Guitar Academy in London. He continues to run and guest teach workshops internationally and has an MA based in music education from London Middlesex University.
In this book, Ace as a totally self taught guitarist, has developed and delivered a simplistic and achievable teaching method based on his own learning experience which is easily understandable and fun to learn. It serves as a platform to become an amateur guitarist to give you the drive and skills to become a seasoned professional player in your own time. The Ace method can take you ‘From the Street, to the Stage, to the Studio’.