Jazz Guitar Coaching

Private Lessons, One-on-One

Take Your Playing to the Net Level: Get 100% Dedicated Jazz Guitar Coaching

Overwhelmed? Don't know what to practice next?

You might become confused by the sheer amount good jazz guitar lessons available online. It’s normal. Lots of musicians are in your situation. Jazz guitar coaching gives you the straight path addressing exactly what you need to practice in order to improve.

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Get personalized advice, tailor-made exercises and custom practice routines to boost your abilities right from day one. Let’s get you working on the things that matter most right away: get out of your musical ruts and make more solid, steady and quick progress on the instrument.

Scheduling Your Lessons in 3 Steps

Simply choose between "pay as you go" or monthly recurring jazz guitar lessons plans. The latter includes a Dropbox folder shared between you and the instructor to store your training program (along with other relevant PDFs, audio and video lesson files).

Click on the button below, proceed to payment. Then your teacher will contact you with the booking information, the scheduling policy and his Skype/FaceTime username. Note that recurring lessons can still have flexible scheduling (i.e. you don't need to always have you lessons in the same time slot).


Your teacher will setup the Dropbox folder and remain in contact with you throughout the learning process. All students are closely monitored week after week.

Happy learning! And please let me know if you have further questions. :-)

Your Instructor

Nathan Corr
Nathan Corr

Nathan graduated with distinction at Carleton University (Ottawa) studying under Tim Bedner and Roddy Ellias. In order to continue to hone his craft, he moved to Toronto in 2015. Nathan performs, writes, and arranges jazz standards, originals, and video game music. He currently teaches and performs in Toronto, Canada.

This course is closed for enrollment.


Can I Study with
Marc-Andre Seguin?


BUT, did you know our in-house instructor, Nathan, uses the same learning materials and teaching philosophy that makes JazzGuitarLessons.net so unique on the web?

Here's another option for your private lessons ...

Marc-Andre, founder at JazzGuitarLessons.net, still teaches to a very limited amount of students, in one-on-one sessions.

Since he focuses on building new materials and courses for this website. Please see this web page for jazz guitar lessons with Marc.

"Working with Marc has been a challenging and satisfying experience. Marc created an individual practice plan that was focused on my areas of interests. Utilizing the practice plan, under his supportive supervision and guidance, is the reason why I can play Jazz guitar today. Marc is very knowledgeable and always available to answer questions. Marc has given me many tools to continue my pursuit of becoming the best Jazz guitar player I can be."

- Eran Z., Seattle, U.S.A.


100% Satisfaction + Effectiveness Guarantee

If you've made an honest effort during 4 weeks with the materials you learned in private lessons and you're not satisfied and/or did not see any improvements in your playing, then we'll give you a 100% refund.

Your time is precious. And so is money. Write a simple email to [email protected] within 30 days of the transaction and we'll refund immediately, no questions asked.

"Improve Your Playing,
or We Don't Get Paid!"

This course is closed for enrollment.

Frequently Asked Questions

Where are private lessons taught?
Remotely via Skype or Facetime. Exceptionally, we'll have lessons over the phone.
With the monthly subscription, do the un-redeemed lesson "roll over" to the next month?
No. Enrolling in the subscription type of private lessons means that you *must* take all included lessons within the billing period. No refunds and no rollovers are allowed.
How many students can enroll?
Typically, there's always less than 10 private students enrolled simultaneously at any given time for Nathan. And 5 or less for M-A. Write us an email if you'd like to "reserve your time slot" for future sessions.
Do you teach to beginners?
The average and weakest students have already acquired some guitar skills. This is specialized *jazz* instruction here.
Do you teach other styles?
Through the fundamentals of music (harmony, melody, rhythms) students often practice in very diversified esthetics such as blues, funk, classical, flamenco, pop, folk and rock.