Master Guitar Coach, Multi-Instrumentalist, Motivator & Virtuoso Touch Guitar Artist
Internationally recognised guitar coach and teacher
Stefan Joubert started learning the guitar at an early age. He originally started learning blues and rock to emulate his favourite guitarists.
At high school, he formed, played and sang in a couple of rock/pop bands at private parties and functions. He also started writing meaningful songs and recorded his first rock debut called “Megalorealist” (Stefan Joubert – Vocals, Guitar and Andrew Lester on Bass and Production).
At the age, of 17 Stefan formed a jazz quartet called the Stevie J. Quartet where he performed for private functions, corporate events as well as renowned government functions.
Stefan Joubert studied under the best guitar teachers in the world
From the age, of 15 Stefan Joubert studied classical guitar under Abri Jordaan in South Africa and completed his studies in the mastery of classical guitar.
He also performed at the Admira international classical guitar competition in Bath during 2002. He was mentioned in the publication as “one of the notable guitarists who’s attitude and musicality details what this competition is all about”.
He performed at the Montreux International Jazz Festival in 2002 and 2004 in the Jazz Club. He jammed with some acclaimed musicians including Joe Sample, Peter Cincotti and others during spontaneous jazz sessions that occurred on a daily basis at the club. He was recognised as a phenomenon and “young genius” during his resident performances in Switzerland.
He also performed in Switzerland at “The Moods” club for Yamaha music days in Zurich in 2002.
At (SA bank) ABSA’s national youth competition, Stefan won the category for the best classical guitarist in 2002.
He studied jazz guitar under Johnny Fourie who used to perform as the resident guitarist at Ronnie Scotts during the 60s. Fourie was also a colleague and friend with John McLaughlin, who is recognised as the world’s best fusion guitarist.
Developing touch guitar technique
From 2004 onwards, Stefan developed a technique called “touch” guitar or “tapping” guitar where the guitar is performed using both hands similar to when a pianist plays the piano. His videos on YouTube have reached over 3 million views.
He is a professional guitar instructor and coach, and he has taught hundreds of students for last 12 years in jazz, classical and rock styles. Some of his own students have now founded their own personal guitar schools. He cordially invites all levels, ages and abilities to study the guitar with him in his own studio, in Central London or via his long distance learning program here at the Correspondence Guitar School.
Online Guitar Lessons
From 2012 after recognising the massive demand for high-quality guitar tuition, Stefan Joubert decided to open his online guitar school.
From the very outset he decided to only offer the highest quality, not to compromise and to focus on teaching material that will take the individual to the highest possible guitar development level. (During the passing of time, effort and application)
With the recent massive change in technology, the Internet has now become a (deceptive) goldmine of free information. With such large resources available at our fingertips, we are learning bad techniques, methods of practice and ideas from a variety of ‘free’ guitar resources.
One lesson with a master is far more valuable than 1000 free lessons. The biggest issue with free guitar lessons is that the old adage “pay monkeys get peanuts” still holds true to this day. (In fact it will never change)
It’s with this passion that Stefan Joubert has created his online guitar school to help young and old folks to learn and master the guitar right from the comfort of their own practice room at home. All of Stefan Joubert’s students will have the exclusive privilege of picking his brain to take their guitar playing to a whole new level!
Get enrolled today: http://stefanjoubertguitarschool.com/online-guitar-lessons/