Drum Lessons Glasgow

Welcome to Drum Lessons Glasgow! Gary Gilmour is a professional drum teacher able to help you to learn to play the drums, whether you a beginner or a more advanced student. He has a teaching space both in Cumbernauld and Clydebank, with lessons starting from £15+. Covering all genres Gary will build a course of lessons around you as a drum student – ensuring that you progress at a pace that suits you.

Jack Smith is an ex-professional drummer, having performed across Europe before settling in Glasgow to teach drummers of all levels. He is based in Uddingston (G71 5LL) and is able to teach students graded drum exams should they wish to take them. Click on their profiles below to find out more about them as drum tutors, or use the search bar below to find other local music teachers.

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Drum Shops Glasgow:

Drummers Only, located on 31-33 Commerce Street Glasgow G5 8AB. Pro drum store, ran by drummers who know their stuff – stock high quality equipment and an array of different brands. Great for drummers of all levels.

Drum Shop Glasgow, located at 15 Blackie Street Glasgow G3 8TN, is packed full of all the equipment that you will need as a drummer – from quality Yamaha / Mapex / Pearl kits, to Sabian / Stagg cymbals, drum accessories and used equipment. Well worth a visit for beginner to intermediate drummers.

Kenny’s Music, located on 61-63 Jamaica Street, Glasgow, G1 4NN – some great digital & electric drum kits. Also worth checking out CC Music Shop for their great range of percussion equipment – including cajons and stopboxes.

Drum Courses Glasgow:

For those drummers looking to take their drumming to that next level, exploring music courses at the Glasgow Clyde College and University of Glasgow is well worth a look. Glasgow Clyde provides HND Music course that is focused around live performances, providing vocational training for students seeking to pursue careers in the music industry. It is also a stepping stone onto courses like the BMUS Music held at the University of Glasgow where students can continue to hone their musical skills.