Beginner Guitar Lessons

Why Beginner Guitar Lessons in Omaha Will Have You Playing Sweet Music Fast

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Tyler Keller

Virtuoso Guitarist and Musician

Learning to play the guitar is an exciting thing to do. You’ll be setting out on one of the most exciting journeys in music, a journey that will see you follow in the footsteps of some of the world’s most famous musicians. Of course, nobody expects you to play like Eric Clapton after a few weeks, but you may be surprised how quickly you can improve – if, and only if, you find the right teacher.

Luckily, you’ve come to the right place! I can offer you what I think are the best beginner guitar lessons in the area, and I believe that you will be delighted with the help and advice I can give you. If you’re already convinced and want to get in touch with me today, then click the button below and fill our the form. If you’re still unsure, here are some of the reasons why I offer more:

1. Your Learning guitar from a Pro

Plenty of people have tried to learn the guitar, but have failed – even after trying to play for several years – and they don’t know why. They become unhappy and disillusioned, and decide to abandon their studies. The harsh fact is that many of these people have suffered from bad teaching. A poor teacher may be able to tell you how to play a few chords and some simple tunes, but they will never truly teach you how to understand your instrument.

Not all guitar teachers are the same! Even if you’ve previously tried to learn the guitar, that doesn’t mean that you’re not musically inclined. It just means that the lessons you were given weren’t very good. If this sounds like you, then I can help you! I can show you what a REAL guitar teacher is like. Start taking lessons with me and you’ll quickly realize that a good teacher, one who listens to you and answers your questions, is worth every penny.

2. Get Years of Experience & Knowledge

One problem some teachers of beginner guitar lessons have is that they are THEMSELVES not very experienced. It’s a really bad idea to go to a teacher like that, since you’ll never learn to play properly. Why? Well, look at it this way – teaching music is a profession. You wouldn’t expect your local doctor or accountant to set up in business without any training or experience, so why would a musician do the same?

Some people try to save money by going to an inexperienced teacher, but that’s always a false economy. Yes, the lessons may be a little cheaper – but think about what you want to get out of your music. You need someone who can draw on their personal knowledge to help you, and that personal knowledge only comes with experience.

3. Serious Fun & Serious Results

I’m proud of the great reputation I’ve built up as a teacher of beginner guitar lessons in your area, and that means I’ll do everything I can do make sure I keep that reputation. I’m not one of those people who just plays for a few minutes a week and pretends that’s enough to be a good teacher. I really love to play guitar and I do it for many hours every single week. Think about it – if you went to see a lawyer, would you want the person who knew exactly what they were doing, or the person who just wandered into the office for a few minutes a day? Exactly.

When you’re looking for a guitar teacher, it’s always a good idea to ask them how much they teach every week. If they’re good at their job, they won’t have any trouble getting work and will happily tell you that they provide lessons for many hours each week. Guess what? That’s what I do, and there’s a reason for that – because I have what it takes to help people. I have what it takes to help YOU.

4. Focus On Your Unique Goals and Challenges

We’ve all met them in school – the teachers who don’t really care about the subjects they teach and are obviously only doing it because they can’t think of anything else to work at. I’m different. When you ask me for beginner guitar lessons, I won’t need to pretend I’m happy about it, because I WILL be happy about it. I LOVE helping people just like you in this area start off on their exciting journeys toward becoming great guitarists.

Like anyone who’s truly interested in what they do, I’ll be happy to talk to you about how my guitar lessons work. If you have any queries or questions, you can use the contact form to get in touch with me. I won’t blow you off or pretend you don’t exist – I’ll help you understand just how I can assist you toward your goal. And if you sign up for my lessons, I won’t ask you to jam against a backing track every week. Maybe sometimes, but I’ll keep things varied and interesting. Why? Because I truly love doing this job!

5. You get the best value you’ll find anywhere

I understand that guitar lessons cost money, and I won’t insult your intelligence by claiming that the beginner guitar lessons I offer are the cheapest around. They’re not, but that’s because the really cheap lessons are usually pretty terrible. They’re given by teachers who don’t care, don’t know what they’re doing, and don’t have what it takes to teach you how to make your guitar sound great. I do have that ability, and I’ll be excited to have the chance to use it to help you.

If you’re on a tight budget, then talk to me – I understand that not everyone has unlimited funds, and you’ll find that I can offer great value packages to suit just about any musician’s pocket. Remember, it’s always better to have a short course of lessons with a really good, committed teacher than to have a long course of lessons with someone who doesn’t know how to teach guitar properly. Some of my students start with short beginner courses, then come back later for more advanced lessons.

6. Ready, Set, Go

Okay, it probably doesn’t need saying that it’s always best to find a local teacher for your beginner guitar lessons. You’re not likely to feel in the best shape for playing if you’ve had to drive for three hours just to get started! I’m in your local area and available NOW, and that means we can get started quickly. You’ll be feeling fresh and motivated to learn, and I’ll be ready and waiting to teach. That sounds like a pretty good team to me!

Okay, still with me? Still want to learn how to play guitar? Great! All you need to do today is to click the button below and fill out the contact form, and I’ll get right back to you. I look forward to meeting you and starting to help you on your way to learning this wonderful way of making great music.

Call Tyler: (402) 282-8688

Taking Lessons With Tyler Keller

Tyler Keller offers guitarists and musicians a path to enhance their musical abilities through techniques, phrasing, and composition, all grounded in the power of music theory.

Unlike many online “trainers,” Tyler has instructed hundreds of students in person, across various styles, employing the same strategies he’ll share with you.

Tyler applies these principles to his own musicianship and compositions. He has toured the Midwest and performed with national acts such as Trapt, Drowning Pool, Saliva, Head Automatica, Tantric, and Ludo.

Tyler teaches music with geometric approach, compared to the traditional linear format most music lessons are structured. He has trained hundreds of guitarists to become more efficient and accurate musicians.

This wealth of experience has equipped him with a unique set of skills and knowledge to help you learn guitar faster and compose your own music and solos, regardless of your previous musical background.

*Note: Tyler’s results are exceptional and not guaranteed. Your results may vary. Please see the full disclaimer at the bottom of the page.

Hear What Some Of My Students Have to Say

Spent 2 years watching YouTube Videos, and I feel like I've come a long way in a short amount of time with lessons. Tyler is very easy to relate to, he's a very nice guy. -Brian

I Didn't sound good when I started lessons. It was not fun to listen to myself play but it now it's getting more fun to listen to myself play. If you're going to learn guitar the only way to do it is lessons.. -Nate

I tried learning music theory on my own but it was just too complicated, and felt like I was going nowhere. I ask a lot of questions and Ty is always happy to answer. -Zoe

I have the confidence to pick my guitar up in a room front of people and just play. Now I can play in front of friends and especially family. Ty is doing this for you and he will help you play and do what you want to do. -Braden

Guitar lessons are simple and fun and Ty listens to what I want to do instead of forcing me down a path. Ty listens to what his student wants and helps him achieve that in a fun way. -Bob

I tried watching YouTube videos and teaching myself and I just decided it would be easier to learn from someone. I'd highly recommend Ty for guitar lessons. -Zach

It's structured and you have an idea of what to actually work on. Taking guitar lessons can be fun. If its something you want to do, just know your going to have to work hard at it, and Ty is a great guy to teach you that. -Marcus

Taking lessons has helped my write songs a lot better. Ty is super patient and understanding which is super helpful. Ty is a great guy and really knows his stuff, and I have enjoyed every single lesson with him.

I like how everything is put together. I didn't expect to learn everything about music. I learned all the chords, or most of them. I went from zero to 100. Ty is awesome, has a lot of wisdom a good guy. Guitar is not nerve racking anymore. -Neil

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I love music but it takes me much longer to catch on, what should I do?

Don’t beat yourself up, many people have the same issue and it is easy to deal with. I would strongly recommend you sign up to a couple of my 3-4 per week sessions and options.

What days and times are you available?

I’m available Tuesday to Saturday – late after noon early evening

With all the free information online, why would I need a lesson?

There is much info online, but most of it is incorrect and unverifiable. The techniques instructed online usually contribute to the development of bad habits by teaching in spurts. On the other hand, signing up for lessons will improve your ability to learn progressively. What’s more, you will be playing guitar with fellow musicians and learning techniques, habits, and ideas that are only acquired through lessons.

Why should I choose you over other trainers?

Our studio offers you much more than private guitar lessons; we offer a training workshop with group learning sessions. We focus on learning geometrically so you can progress faster. Additionally, I have been a member of an International Guitar Teacher Organization, that has several guitar teachers sharing ideas and techniques to help their students learn efficiently and with the least effort.

Do you also teach note reading?

Yes, I do that but in a different way from the conventional/traditional sense. While it is not often quite important to learn that as a beginner, we can still teach note reading for those interested. It is done just as you would learn in piano lessons.

Does your training involve practice?

Absolutely, I recommend practice 30 minutes every day, 6 days every week if you want to learn how to play guitar like a pro. However, you can practice even more since there is no better way to learn guitar. It is quite easy to forget what you have learned if you never practice in your free time.

Will my fingers be hurt while learning?

Yes, it usually hurts for the first 2 weeks or so but this will stop once you develop calluses. After this stage, your fingers will be used to the guitar strings. There are other options to consider as well if your fingers are too sensitive or delicate. Professional guitarists often wear plucks although it is advisable to first learn using bare fingers as it will be much easier than wearing plucks

But I do not have a guitar, do you have any extras?

I do have session training guitars. Unfortunately I do not have a renting program for guitars. I would recommend you purchase one or get a renting program. Some guitar shops have such renting programs and you can use them for learning to play before you get money to buy yours.

Can I still keep my nails long?

Nope, you need to get rid of all long nails before you start playing a guitar? In fact, you cannot play a guitar correctly with long nails and they would constantly come in your way. Instead of worrying about damaging your nails while playing the guitar, simply keep them short.

Do you teach kids too?

Yes, I have guitar training sessions and lessons for kids as young as 8 years old. If you have kids younger than 8 years, the ukulele lessons or piano learning lessons would be more appropriate to start with.

How long will it take to learn?

Usually, it is difficult stating exactly how long guitar learning takes especially since this all depends on a number of factors. But most importantly, the more your practice, the shorter it takes you to learn a few techniques.

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