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Single Lesson: £32
5 Lessons: £150 *
10 Lessons: £275 *
SINGLE LESSON: £25
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10 LESSONS: £210 *
Lynch Lycks 121 – 3 lessons: $150
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Lynch Lycks has vastly improved my playing in a variety of ways. Jay breaks down the Lycks in a methodical and easy to understand method. His breakdowns on finger-positioning, scales, and playing the Lycks with different techniques has really expanded my playing. Jay not only teaches you how to not only sound more like George, but he also encourages you to add your personality to the experience making you a better guitar player. I can not recommend these lessons enough.
George Robbins – NY, USA
I discovered Jay and his Lynch-Style YouTube teaching channel about a year ago when I was getting back into playing after a long hiatus. Jay’s straight forward teaching style helped me reinvent my playing style and correct allot of old mistakes I had ingrained. I am deeply grateful for that! But that’s not all, he also gave me 1 on 1 pointers whenever I hit a sticking point! His attention to detail, and even more importantly, his ability to convey that information are absolutely top-shelf!
I recommend Jay as an instructor without reservation.
Phillip Vautour (aka Furious Phil) – Alberta, Canada
I consider myself an accomplished guitarist, but watching Jay Parmar’s instructional videos I always learn something new. Aside from that, they are extremely entertaining.
Fernando Tavares – Canada
In Lynch Lycks Jay , has helped remove the mystique of Georges playing by offering “bite size” riffs, licks , phrases that allow the student to internalise them very easily into their own playing . More recently I have utilised Jays Lick 22 season 2 into a song I am working on – Jay has also pain staking dissected some of Georges more frenetic work such as the solo in “Heaven Sent” – which has assisted massively in me getting the notes under my fingers along with one of those Lynch tunes ” You always wanted to learn …” Lynch Lyck’s lesson s 24 & 32 are from the REH Video ( remember those ?) intro – both the lead & the rytm , Jay has explained in a way only he can . With Jays , comforting and sincere manner along with the attitude of “Guys if I can do this so can you ” , he helps present with great detail and time analysing each nuance of George s playing.
Richard Beardsley, UK
As well as being a solo artist, Jay has worked and recorded with a variety of bands and musicians over the years, including Eden’s Curse, Iron Knights and The Inner Road.
He is currently working on a new album with his band 7EvenSept, featuring Butcho Vokovic on vocals, Lucio Manco on Bass and Garry King on drums. The songs hark back to Jay and Butcho’s Lynch Mob/Badlands influence but with a contemporary take on the hard rock style of music.
Jay’s other band‘ The Cover Up Conspiracy’ is a progressive rock instrumental band with keyboard wizard Fabrizio Joblonski (Achillea). They are currently working on a new album which will be completed in 2016 and is much influenced by bands such as Dream Theatre, but with his signature Eastern influence sprinkled over the top to create a wonderfully rich and compelling piece of work designed to take listeners on a memorable and individual journey.
As a regular columnist on YouTube, Jay shares his George Lynch inspired licks and playing on his show ‘Lynch Lycks’
He is also a full time mix engineer and producer and has worked on numerous albums, the latest being the 2014 release ‘Revenge’ by UK rock band Skin’n’Bones and is currently producing and working closely with guitarist Mike Rotella on his latest album.
In 2013 Jay recorded with progressive rock band The Inner Road and the album ‘Ascension’ was released in May 2013 to great acclaim and receiving fantastic reviews and accolades.
2013 also saw Jay recording with UK Metal band Iron Knights with the single ‘Destroyer’ being released. He played live with the band in September 2013 at the Swordbrothers Festival in Andernach, Germany and supporting Diamond Head and Uli Jon Roth at the O2 Academy Islington during their UK.
Jay also has his build his own guitar via his company, Spirit Dance Guitars, creating very unique one-off artwork guitars inspired by native cultures and spirit.