August 15, 2018

Learn a song

Most people are inspired to learn an instrument because of the music they listen to, or because they… [more]

Learn a song Learn a song


Tuition is offered to help students pass grade exams in guitar and bass. Which type of exam to take… [more]

Grades Grades

Free video lessons

All students receiving face to face lessons are given free access to Coda… [more]

Free video lessons Free video lessons

GCSE and A level support

Support for GCSE, A-level and BTEC courses normally involves preparation for practical exam performances.… [more]

GCSE and A level support GCSE and A level support

Composition and recording

Lessons can focus on how to compose using scales and chords, how to write for different instruments and… [more]

Composition and recording Composition and recording


Useful and practical aspects of music theory are introduced in lessons to support songs and general playing. On… [more]

Theory Theory

Guitar, Bass and Ukulele lessons for West Yorkshire

NEW STUDENT DISCOUNT: 1st 60 minute lesson only £10.

Plus, book the next 5 lessons in advance and get the sixth for free.

See the prices, lessons, instruments and contact pages for more details.

General Lesson Information

Coda Guitar offers lessons in guitar, banjo, bass, lap steel, ukulele, mandolin, and cigar box guitar tuition across Wakefield, Castleford, Pontefract, Ossett, Dewsbury, Huddersfield, Barnsley and Leeds. Please contact if you wish to discuss learning from home.

Music tuition is available in all styles, for all ages and abilities. Students receive free access to video lessons from and to audio playalong and backing tracks which accompany songs learnt in face to face lessons.

Lessons are held in a relaxed and friendly environment with free parking and access to bus services. All facilities are provided for students who play electric and acoustic instruments (including spare electric, acoustic and classical guitars, electric bass, ukuleles etc).

Students can learn at their own pace whether they choose to play as a relaxing hobby, wish to develop quickly through accelerated learning, want to pass grade exams or achieve better results for GCSE, A level or FE courses.