Best Guitar Lessons in Omaha NE

Become The Guitarist You’ve Always Wanted To Be Faster and Easier Than You Ever Thought You Could

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Tyler Keller

Virtuoso Guitarist and Musician

Frustrated trying to learn the guitar on your own?

Are you new to guitar and feel lost and confused about how to get started?

Have you been stuck at your current skill level, and feels like you cant get any better?

Are you afraid or even nervous to play guitar in front of others?

Overwhelmed by everything there is to know about guitar, and feel like giving up?

Have you tried learning to play guitar on your own with little to no progress?

Are you wanting to impress your family and friends with your guitar?

Taking Guitar Lessons Will Get You Where You Want to Be!

For many people, playing the air guitar is the closest they will get to strumming their favorite tunes. Fortunately, you now have access to the best guitar lessons in Omaha NE. You will learn how to play a song in just one session!

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 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

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

Trying to find things online was very difficult, It's been a lot easier to learn guitar with guidance and feedback. Ty is a great instructor who keeps it fun and lively and there is a lot of value in that.


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

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

Why is learning to play the guitar so challenging?

“Maybe I should just give up on guitar, I’ll never be a great player, I’m just no good at this, I suck…

“I’m not good at guitar now, and I probably never will be. I wasn’t very good last year either, and if I don’t try something different I will continue to be stuck years from now. I’m sick and tired of this and its embarrassing when others hear me play my guitar.

I get nervous and afraid because I know that I’m not that good. This is extremely frustrating because no matter what I do I can’t get any better. Music is something I am passionate about and sometimes I feel good playing guitar but other times I wonder why I even try."

Does this sound familiar?

Hi there, my name is Ty and I totally understand what you are going through right now because like you I had a difficult time learning to play the guitar too.

There were so many other guitar players that I wanted to play like, and it was extremely frustrating! I wanted to play really fast and I can remember that I would even get angry with myself.

It was awful because I couldn’t play along with other musicians. I also didn’t know anything about music theory so I couldn’t write any songs. My rhythm was horrible and knowing how to improvise on guitar wasn’t even a possibility.

I only knew how to play one scale on guitar and it was embarrassing because I felt like I couldn’t keep up with other musicians who knew their instruments.

Most of my guitar playing consisted of trying to learn songs and riffs, and even when I learned my scales and theory I had no clue how to actually apply it to my songwriting, improvisation, or when playing with others.

Most of the students I have taught come here with these same challenges. Helping them progress
through these struggles is the easiest part of my job because I know it is like being there.

Learning to Play The Guitar Should Be Less Work & More Fun!

Knowing how to play the guitar is a great skill to have. Learning how to play guitar though can be a tough experience without proper guidance.

Many guitarists and teachers have faced difficulties in the past learning how to play their instrument. But with hard work and dedication, you will acquire the necessary skills and can share that knowledge with other guitar learners at all different skill levels.

Finding a great guitar teacher, who can help you at your current level, and every step of the way as you develop your skills, has been proven to be the easiest, fastest, and most effective way to learn.

There are many tuition books, DVD courses, YouTube lessons, and other learning materials for guitarists, but many of them are too complex, too fast, or omit important information that could help you learn better.

Easing Your Journey Towards Guitar Excellence

Many guitar instructors have been through this stage, and they know the kind of support you need to overcome that feeling of being overwhelmed, so you can start enjoying playing the guitar.

By taking the best guitar lessons in Omaha, you will be provided with an innovative learning environment that is dedicated to integrating everything you learn in a single, personalized program.

With a customized training program, you will never be left to wonder how to proceed next, or what steps you need to take to reach your goals. I will be there as your skills develop, and ensure that you have everything you require to get the most from your guitar program.

What do you get when you take Guitar Lessons in Omaha?

Still Struggling? Let Omaha Guitar Lessons Be Your Antidote

Nothing is as frustrating as slow progress with something that you absolutely love. The key to growth and progress on the guitar is enjoying the learning process; which means knowing what to do, when to do it, how to apply it, and how to work efficiently.

Some learners have been frustrated with their progress even when working with guitar trainers. The problem is that some teachers simply tell their students to “practice this” or “practice more”, which often leads to frustration, especially with beginners who are stuck and don’t know what to do next.

Here is a useful tip: learning the guitar is not about the quantity of information or practice, but the quality.

The best guitar lessons aim at relaying to you the concepts and skills you need to achieve your goals, how to work efficiently to optimize your progress, and how to maximize your enjoyment of the learning process.

Ty is super easy to talk to and it’s much easier to learn form someone who knows what they are doing and has real experience instead of playing around on YouTube. After every lesson I leave feeling like I’ve learned something. Like I’m progressing, which is always nice. Learning guitar the right way is really important to me. – Wyatt Carson

When it comes to investing money in guitar lessons, you’ll be happy you’re taking them with Ty Keller. Unlike other teachers, Ty is actively pursuing to improve his teaching skills and his teaching programs so that his students get the most out of their lessons. I don’t give out recommendation lightly, but I would highly recommend taking guitar lessons with Ty Keller. – Lauren Bateman

Learning guitar was a lot easier than I thought. I didn’t expect that it would be this much fun and that I would learn such good songs and focus on everything I wanted to know. Ty is a great teacher.

– Danny

I wanted to learn how to play guitar, because I thought it would be a better instrument than the flute. Lessons are fun and I learn how to play the songs I like. -Tyler F.

Ty is great to work with and really wants to see you succeed. My Son and I really enjoy our lessons with him! -Timothy Linke

I look forward to coming to guitar lessons. The weekly lessons and assignments give me something to shoot for and I learn something new each time before I come back. -John Lorkovic

How Do You Know If Taking Guitar Lessons is a Good Idea?

You have been looking for a qualified, experienced, and reliable guitar instructor for your children?

Want to learn the guitar but don’t know how/where to get started with the best lessons?

You are just starting out and looking for beginner guitar lessons

You’ve been trying to learn on your own with videos and books and are not making the progress you had hoped for?

You feel overwhelmed with the amount of guitar learning materials on the internet and other sources and need guidance?

You are looking to improve your guitar skills and take your playing to the next level?

Having trouble learning to play your favorite tunes and looking for the best strategies to succeed on guitar fast?

If you have answered “Yes” to any of these queries, you need to find the best guitar lessons in Omaha that will address your weakness, emphasize your strong points, and get you to play the guitar like you’ve always wanted.

An Unforgettable Experience Guaranteed

Learn from a professional teacher dedicated to your objectives

Personalized lessons for your specific musical goals

Learn how to write beautiful songs

Become confident in your guitar playing skills

Have fun learning and playing the guitar while growing your skills exponentially

Achieve continuous improvement without getting stuck

Play guitar without limitation of knowledge or technique

Use your existing skills to play any melody

Make significant progress towards achieving your guitar and musical goals!

No more wasting time and money on ineffective teachers and learning methods

Most guitar lessons are delivered in a one-size-fits-all fashion. Each student is given the same learning material to be studied in a step-by-step manner, and from one concept to the next.

Unfortunately, this system does not deliver desirable results because it does not focus on YOU.

To get tangible results, you need a personalized program that is designed around your goals and your ideal learning style.

Offering the best guitar lessons in Omaha, I will work with you to ensure that your personal training program is as unique as your needs.

Its Time You Get the Results That You Want

No matter what your skill level, you can expect to:

  • Reach your guitar playing goals fast –Start by getting a deeper understanding of your current skills and knowledge, and your specific musical goals. Then, a personalized lesson plan will be developed to teach you how to use and apply your skills to reach your goals.

  • Save your time and money –Training with a good teacher will ensure that you get exactly what you need. Learn in the perfect order with only your guitar playing goals in mind.

  • Be motivated and stay on track – You don’t need a person who just shares knowledge, but someone who understands your current ability. Knows how to bring out your true talent. A good trainer will understand your specific goals and challenges, and devise strategies to overcome obstacles and ensure your growth.

  • Have fun learning the guitar – There will be opportunities to play the guitar in real musical situations with others.

Finally, you can expect to achieve success with me as your guitar trainer. I will teach you essential skills and how to use and apply those skills in real-world guitar playing so you can play in any situation.

Call Tyler: (402) 282-8688

I've learned so much more just a few sessions that I've had here than I ever did off of YouTube Videos. I Didn't expect the bar chord issue to be resolved so quickly. -Kelsey

Ty was able to guide me in the direction I wanted to move forward. I was stuck in a rut & Ty helped open my eyes to a lot of things, like music theory. Lessons have been really helpful. -James

Learning the guitar the right way was important to me. It's much easier to learn from someone who has experience and knows what they're doing than to play around on YouTube. Learning guitar with an Instructor is the best way to go. -Wyatt

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

Online you can get lost in the abyss of information, and having someone to guide me though it has been great. You should just take guitar lessons with Ty. -Dave

Guitar was really hard and I was trying to learn on my own without lessons and was getting really frustrated. It's great to have Ty watch your technique when you go to those sessions. I'd highly recommend Tyler Keller. -Caleb

We progressed surprisingly quickly. Ty is good with kids, very enthusiastic, kids love him and trys the best he can to keep them on task. I have improved exponentially. I can listen to a song and hear chord progressions. If I can play guitar than anyone can play guitar and its a lot of fun. -Jim

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

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

I was stuck in a rut and Ty does a really good job in helping people advance in the areas they want to advance in, while also teaching them the technical side of things. Try it out.

Overall I feel like my playing is better it's more precise and I've enjoyed learning how to write songs. Guitar lessons are fun! Give it a try. - Daniel

I always wanted to learn how to play guitar. I tried to learn on my own but I think taking lessons is better. I like coming to guitar lessons and think that its fun. The more you practice the easier it is. It's no as hard as you think it is.

Ive been able to achieve playing a lot more songs. Ty is really nice and he doesn't judge. He's really good teacher and I would recommend him. He made it easy for me to learn guitar and now I'm learning really cool songs.

I learned proper technique and posture, and how to generally play, and fix my chords. Ty is laid back and I can have fun with guitar. I've improved greatly just by being able to correct my chords a little bit.

I tried on my own but It was just me playing, going to YouTube videos and getting frustrated and quitting. Ty is calm and friendly, he's approachable. I have more confidence playing in general. Overall it's a success. -Spencer

I feel like I've improved a lot. I can glide more along the guitar than to just pluck through things. Learning the theory and how to apply it how the guitar works and how the scales work. Ty is adaptive and can help guide people to where they need to be. -Andy

I have more fun, and Im starting to progress. Learning how to incorporate new things. The lessons are customized and are what you need to know. It's a good time and each week I grow.


I'm happy with my results and have improved on basically everything. Now I've got the tools to practice and improve. It's nice to be able to hear something I always wanted to play and now play it on my own. -Scott

Understanding music as your playing guitar has helped expand my desire on how I want to play the guitar. I have improved exponentially. Ty and our personality clicked. It's very relaxed and helps me build on ideas and explore creativity and how you can actually play. -Tom

I've improved quite a bit to make my playing sounds better than it did before so it becomes second nature. I don't have to think about it and just start playing it. -Jim


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.

4611 S 96th St #102, Omaha, NE 68127, USA