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Get Private Guitar Lessons
in Minneapolis, MN 

The Music Teachers Network is designed to connect you with top guitar teachers in Minneapolis. If you seek guitar lessons for beginners, kids, or private lessons we can help. Simply submit your request for lessons and we will match you with amazing instructors near you.

 

3 Great Reasons to Find Your Guitar Instructor with Us

We offer the best Minneapolis, MN instructors at great prices all in one location.  It’s easy, free and requires no obligation.  We just want to make a good match for you and the instructor. 

 

lesson_number_1Top Minneapolis Guitar Teachers 

We connect you with top guitar teachers around Minneapolis that wish to help you and your family reach your musical education goals.  Most of these instructors have advanced degrees in music and years of teaching expertise to keep lessons fun and fresh.  They have so much to share with you and your children, not only about music, but also about what it takes to become an expert in a chosen craft.

 

lesson_number_2 Great Prices

In our Network, independent instructors and studios determine their own rates for lessons and retain all of their earnings.  This results in MUCH better pricing for you, AND higher compensation for them – a win-win.  Simply select the Minneapolis professional that best suits your family’s personality and budget.

 

lesson_number_3 It’s Easy (and Free)

If you’re serious about getting started with guitar lessons, just complete the lesson request form to the right.  Feel free to be specific in the open text field about what you are looking for.  Minneapolis area instructors and studios will review your request, and respond to your Music Teachers Network account.  You can then pre-screen the instructors that appeal to you, and disclose your contact information only when you are ready.

 

More About Guitar Lessons

Example Lesson Summary:

“Walter [age 7] paid attention well and worked hard on his guitar skills: strumming with thumb and fingers and plucking thumb/finger from string 1-6 and back again (even when not looking). We added a new skill of walking across the strings with the left hand fingers 1 & 2 on fret five (facilitating limber and coordinated fingers). Walter played a successful G7 simplified chord, and was able to play the G7 parts of the song, Pop Goes the Weasel.” 

 

But I Saw In-Home Guitar Lessons in Minneapolis Online for $20 an Hour…

In Minneapolis, if you are looking for beginner guitar lessons or guitar lessons for kids, we HIGHLY recommend you review the services of several instructors or studios before you commit to regular lessons to ensure the teacher is proven. Sometimes a super low-cost or inexperienced instructor can do more damage than good.  The first guitar teacher is the most important because they set the stage for proper form and method from the beginning. Get started with your lessons today!

 

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GUITAR TEACHER SPOTLIGHT

  • John

    Start with a friendly and respectful relationship, set clear expectations in a non-judgmental enviro..

  • Alex

    I base my curriculum on each student's wants & needs as an aspiring musician. Every case is differen..

  • Anthony

    I have over a year of teaching experience working with students at both National American University..

  • jake

    I'd like to first figure out what a student is actually going to be interested in first before I try..

  • Alex

    I believe that an instrument should be a fun and creative release. I try to keep kids focused by ma..

  • Nate

    I like to ask my students to set a goal early on, so they have something to work towards, and I can ..

  • vito

    I assess by asking multiple questions first getting to know the student, then working kind of like a..

  • Joshua

    My teaching promotes a strong technical foundation and encourages sensitive listening. I like to tai..

What Happens In Lessons?

  • Melissa did very well paying attention and learning new things this week. In her lesson, we worked through several pages of music theory, learned the right hand to part B of Fur Elise, worked on playing legato through a tricky section of Little Playmates, and practiced the first part of Chant Arabe. We also practiced transposing music. Melissa successfully played through Little Playmates in the keys of C, G, F, and D. She even figured out part of it in the key of G flat. Very impressive, Melissa! Great job. :-)

    6 year old Piano Student
    Cumming, GA

  • Courtney got her new books today. Before we went on to the new ones I talked to her about how to analyze chord structures. She did well with this concept and it helped give her an idea of how to play Novela. Courtney did some review theory in the new book too. This week Courtney should practice Rage Over A Lost Penny and Glad Cat Rag.

    12 year old Piano Student
    Park Ridge, IL

  • Heidi and I reviewed the G major linear scale and did it in thirds. We then went over the G major triads and 7th chords. We finished by learning the A section to "Michele".

    15 year old Guitar Student
    Northbrook, IL

  • We worked on the C Major scales, and I introduced her to the arpeggio, its fingerings. I assigned her the C Major scale in 4 8ves and the arpeggios in 3 8ves. After that, we moved onto the Chopin, which is getting better. We worked on dynamics, and how to make the piece make sense, trying to portray a story behind it to give it meaning. That made her more excited to play the piece, rather than just playing it. Afterwards we moved on to the Bach, which she's doing well at. It's uneven in some spaces, but overall it's good. To fix the unevenness, I'm having her play the piece in different rhythms, with emphasis on various parts of the beat.

    14 year old Piano Student
    Plano, TX

  • Amanda and I reviewed our scales. We then learned the Bb pentatonic and compared it to the C# (Db) pentatonic scale. After learning these we improvised over the changes to "Blue Monk" and learned the first 6 bars of the head.

    5 year old Piano Student
    Chicago, IL

  • Claudia and I made some great progress in sight reading and scales today. I assigned the 1-7 C scale, hands together, and p. 51 and 52 in the Faber.

    Madeline and I really stressed rhythm and note values in her new songs, and again in Snake Charmer. Assigned are Snake Charmer (speed and precision) and p. 4 and 5. We will begin Hanon exercises next week.

    8 & 11 year old Piano Students
    Pacific Palisades, CA

  • Calista is doing great! She is making fantastic progress in her note reading. She is working on reading by looking at all the notes this week. Lexie is doing great as well with learning the Bass Clef C position notes. Jackson is awesome at sight reading. He is working on 5th intervals this week. Lucas is persistent with his counting! He is working on adding in dynamics and holding his rests while still counting their value.

    12 & 12 & 10 & 8 year old Piano Students
    Arlington, VA

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