“ONE GOOD THING ABOUT MUSIC IS THAT WHEN IT HITS YOU, YOU FEEL NO PAIN….”

…Bob Marley

At G Major Guitar Studio Northbridge, we specialize in beginner guitar classes. Our teaching method combines the foundation techniques of guitar and contemporary songs in a  fun and progressive ways.It encourages persistence, creates motivation and there is a much higher success rate than with some other methods.


Jimmy Chan (Guitar/ Bass/ Drums) Teacher

My love of music began at a very early age.  I started playing guitar at the age of 7. After graduating HSC from the Australian Institute of Music, I studied contemporary music performance and earned a Bachelor of Contemporary Music degree. Whilst studying for my degree, I toured Sydney with bands and teachers, playing in shows and at clubs, functions and weddings.

I have been teaching music for around 8 years, beginning with the  Yamaha music school in Asia 2009.

In 2010 I began to teach for G4 guitar school in Northbridge and Lane Cove, until 2012 when my passion for music prompted me to created G Major Guitar School.

My ultimate goal is to inspire others to take the step to learn.

-David Goesch ( Guitar/ Bass/Keyboard) Teacher

David started learning classical piano at age of 8 and continued up to 8th grade AMEB. By age of 12, David took up the guitar and it became his main interest and continued onto completing an arts degree major in music at University of Sydney.

Upon graduating in 1988, David started teaching professionally at Dickson’s Music in Chatswood,  teaching guitar, bass flute and keyboard for 20years. Continued on giving over 28000 individual lessons to over 850 individual students, many of whom started young and continued for over a decade.

Along the way, David has accompanied students for HSC performances, and guided them in composition, arrangement, music history, SATB and trained students for AMEB, CPM and theory exams.

David was extremely lucky to have guidance from one of the greatest guitarist of all time Mr. Tommy Emmanuel. ‘The early stages are important in laying downtime foundations of technique and musicianship, but at the same time it needs to be fun”

David aims to share the enjoyment of playing music with students of any age and level.