We recently spoke with DIME ONLINE JTC Guitar Degree alum Andy Basiola on what he’s been up to since completing his studies! “It’s already been 1 year since my graduation from DIME ONLINE in the summer of 2018. It’s incredible how this experience gave me so much motivation and most importantly generated new opportunities in… Read more »
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DIME ONLINE is pleased to be able to offer one free Skype lesson with either Martin Goulding (Head of Guitar) or Paul Elliott (Head of Drums) to the first five applicants* to each of its BA(Hons) Creative Music Performance degrees in guitar and drums! *To be eligible your application must be fully completed and approved by DIME… Read more »
How did you get started as a musician? My father is a musician and I lived around music ever since I was a little boy. I started playing drums when I was 10 years old and switched to guitar at 14 and it became my passion very quickly. I have never looked back! Who were… Read more »
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My musical journey began in the 1980s when I heard Dire Straits’ track ‘Money for Nothing’. That intro riff really excited me, it just sounded so cool – I knew I had to learn that thing they called guitar! After this, I bought my first ever album, ‘Live Magic’ by Queen, which inspired me even… Read more »
MORNING Up and at them! An early start is part of my usual routine. A cup of coffee and a slice of toast and it’s time to make the journey down the path to my home studio which is located in a converted double garage at the bottom of the garden. I enjoy delivering… Read more »
What is your musical background? I started to play the guitar at age 13. I had lessons with a local guitar teacher who specialised in blues rock. It was a very practical approach with almost no theory. As I evolved with my instrument and developed my curiosity for music in general, I felt that I wanted… Read more »