THE PEOPLE THAT MAKE UP GMI
Meet the guitarists who have contributed their talents and made GMI - Guitar & Music Institute one of the world's go to guitar websites!
Ged Brockie is a guitarists and composer and the driving force behind GMI. He opened the site in 2013 and directs the various concepts and ideas that take the entire business forward. His musical career includes a wide range of performance, composition & arranging, tuition as well as writing for GMI publications.
Gary ClintonContent Provider
Gary has provided a huge amount of guitar lesson content on GMI. Everything from a beginners course to a very large pedal course covering everything a guitarists could want. Gary is a busy composer and teacher with a huge amount of students he teaches each week.
Jamie AkersContent Provider
Jamie is one of the UK's foremost genre crossing classical and period instrumental guitar players. Jamie is also a writer for GMI publications. His wide range of work and experience includes everything from touring, opera, solo recitals, TV and radio.
Malcolm MacFarlaneContent Provider
Malcolm MacFarlane is one of Europe's finest guitar players as well as a composer and tutor. His work and expertise have made him a first call musician. Malcolm contributed the excellent "Jazz Improvisation" series to GMI which featured soloing over the John Coltrane classic "Giant Steps".
Nigel ClarkContent Provider
One of Scotland's finest ever guitar players. A devastating technique merged with wonderfully sensitive musicality. Nigel continues to tour around the world with some of the finest musicians and bands around. Nigel contributed three videos titled "The Need For Speed" on GMI.
Graduate of Napier University, Edinburgh, Scotland. Ross has created a large following with his online lectures, videos and written material. Ross created several videos for our techniques series of videos.
Stephen Robbie added a range of high end blues and rock backing tracks for our free giveaway range in 2015
Ross is a busy guitar teacher in the central area of Scotland. His contribution to GMI has come in the form of his "Advancing Guitar" series of videos which prove incredibly popular.