I learnt guitar for 4 years with Glen, and only after those 4 years were over did I really notice how he affected my life. He changed it, in an amazing and splendid way. He was the greatest teacher I have ever known. His way of teaching wasn’t like any other teacher. It wasn’t just about doing the same thing over and over again and pushing something so much until you couldn’t forget it, it was about enjoying yourself to the point when you wanted to go home and practice, and doing things that you, yourself wanted to do. He would always ask me what songs I wanted to play, which is a trait many teachers don’t have, but in fact after a while, I felt better him choosing the songs I played, I enjoyed his music, and I enjoyed everything he had to offer.
In those 4 years, Glen was a great teacher, but what he became more than that, was a friend. I have never had a teacher that I could talk so openly to, about anything at all. Glen’s way of teaching me isn’t over, and that’s something special about him. He teachers you in a way like planting a seed. The seed is always growing but every week he waters it. Once the seed has grown into a tree, it doesn’t need the watering, but it still grows, and I am very happy to say, that I will always be taught by Glen, even if he is halfway across the world. Zane Beveridge, Student of Glen from 2011 - 2014