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Welcome to Bass Lessons Birmingham! Nathanael Hodges is a professional bass guitar teacher with more than 10 years performing experience. He has been playing different genres, so any preferred genre by the student can be covered on lessons. Nathanael has a huge passion for teaching and tailors each lesson to suit the needs of an individual student. Click on the profile below to find out more information about Nathanael. 

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Music Shops Birmingham:

GuitarGuitar is one of the largest guitar shops in the UK, offers a wide range of bass guitars (from 4 stringed to left-handed). A good place for beginners to get their first instrument as there is a large stock of pre-owned instruments. The shop is located at 104 Hagley Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B16 8LT.

The Little Guitar Shop is a specialist guitar shop based on 58 Spencer Street, Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham, B186DS. Provides used & new, vintage guitars, amp and any type of accessories needed to each guitar player.

Music Courses in Birmingham:

A wide range of music courses in Birmingham can help both professional & beginner musicians to take their music abilities and skills to the next level.

Music Skills & Technology Diploma Gateway Level 2 at the South & City College Birmingham is a great course for students to develop their skills in two areas of their choice – performance and music technology. Students will get specialist knowledge and understanding of creating and developing music of their choice. Core ideas of working in the music industry are also provided during the course.

BA (Hons) Professional Music Performance – Bass is a 2 year accelerated course at The Academy of Contemporary Music in Birmingham. It is designed to give students the ability to play music on stage, learn a wide range of technical and improvisational skills and study music theory, develop & improve their own style.

A postgraduate program MA Music: Mixed Composition pathway is a 1-year full-time course at the University of Birmingham. This course is for those interested in creating works which combine electroacoustics and computer technology with more traditional instrumental and vocal composition or explore each of those elements separately.