Each and every Day

This was Gerry's first original production track recorded in his new studio in 2018, 
he played drums, guitars, bass, keys and vocals, the phenomenal sax playing is by Simon Currie.

Gerry's Recording Production & Tuition Studio
Pool, Cornwall.

Gerry's studio is set in the centre of Cornwall, near Camborne/Redruth with easy access from the A30. 

He has over 40 years experience as a gigging/recording musician and is a pleasure to work with.

Being a guitarist, bassist, drummer, vocalist, songwriter and composer means he has an empathy with other musicians and can utilise his skills and experience to help forge the perfect production for his clients.

The heart of the studio is a 40 channel Allen & Heath analogue mixing desk

originally made in Penryn, Cornwall.

As well as recording blues, funk, jazz, country musicians and bands, Gerry specialises in working with individual singer/songwriters who he can play for to produce a full production sound, by adding drums, bass, keys and string sections if required. 

Gerry also knows some wonderful session musicians that can be brought in to provide such things as saxaphone and violin,

he also offers one to one, or group tuition on acoustic/electric guitar and fretted/fretless bass for beginners to advanced, 

and also drum tuition for beginners to intermediate.

Feel free to call Gerry for an informal chat about how he can help you or to arrange a visit to the studio for a tea or coffee and to listen to some of his work

Studio Landline - 01209 215947

Mobile - 07521156138

Email -

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Dirty Jag

Gerry demonstrating his guitar, bass and drum skills recorded in the studio.
One to one tuition available in these styles and many more.

Simon Currie

Simon Currie recording 'Each and every day' with Gerry Gillard 2018.
Simon is a Profesional saxophonist based in Newbury,
he tours with The Manfreds and other wonderful musicians.
He has contrbuted his skills to some of Gerry's music and due to the magic of digital file sharing,
can play on yours too, via the studio.
Check out his website
Sony TC-640 at Gerry Gillard's studio in Cornwall.
Gerry Gillard's 1980's Seymour Duncan Convertible combo.