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Acoustic Guitar Lessons
The guitar is a beloved instrument played by people the world over. If you’re looking for acoustic guitar lessons for you or your child, TakeLessons has you covered.
The stringed instrument relies on resonance in the body of the instrument to produce its iconic sound. Said to have originated in Spain in the early 16th century, the guitar was developed from an earlier instrument called the guitarra latina. Similar stringed instruments existed for centuries before that, including gitterns and lutes that were popular in the Middle Ages. The emergence of the modern acoustic guitar we know today happened around 1850 in Spain.
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Certified Acoustic Guitar Teachers
The acoustic guitar teachers at TakeLessons are among the best in their field. We only enlist certified and background-checked teachers with proven experience, which means you can learn with confidence!
We’ve made picking your ideal guitar tutor a simple process. Browse through our acoustic guitar teachers on the TakeLessons website, where you can read through their experience and education history, see reviews from previous students, and compare their starting rates. Once you’ve picked your teacher, set up your schedule and get started with lessons that fit perfectly into your busy life.
For an idea of cost, the best online acoustic guitar lessons and in-person sessions at TakeLessons average out at $38 for a 30-minute lesson. Sign up today!
Online Acoustic Guitar Lessons for All Ages
The guitar is a great instrument to learn at any age. Our teachers have experience helping kids and adults alike form a lifelong bond with the acoustic guitar.
With the help of our teachers, adults will be able to finally learn songs they’ve always wanted to be able to play. We can also help prepare students for auditions or assist them with songwriting, depending on what their specific goals are. For the younger learners, our acoustic guitar lessons for kids include fun exercises that help children engage with playing the guitar. Before you know it, your kids will be playing chords and singing along!
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Acoustic Guitar Lessons for All Levels
Our acoustic guitar lessons are crafted to the specific needs of each learner, whether you’re a guitar newbie or an expert player looking to play at the highest levels.
Sign up for acoustic guitar lessons for beginners at TakeLessons to get in touch with strumming and playing your first guitar chords. Our teachers will help you learn the guitar parts to your favorite songs, distilling complicated concepts and techniques into digestible lessons that make sense to a beginner player. Advanced learners will be able to learn expert techniques, whether that’s jazz chords, classical playing styles, or in-depth songwriting approaches.
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Acoustic Guitar Lessons Curriculum
Sample Curriculum for Beginner Acoustic Guitar Lessons
- Holding an acoustic guitar
- Basic chords
- First scales
- Developing finger strength
- Beginner songs
Sample Curriculum for Intermediate Acoustic Guitar Lessons
- Sheet music for guitar
- Bar chords
- Hammer-ons and pull-offs
- Leveling up your chords
Sample Curriculum for Advanced Acoustic Guitar Lessons
- Advanced music theory
- Guitar performance tips
- Composition for guitar
- Spanish guitar styles
- Jazz guitar
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Every level and age of learner can find acoustic guitar lessons that are tailored to their age and ability at TakeLessons. Soon you’ll be playing chords, learning new techniques such as hammer-ons and pull-offs, and writing your own melodies. Plus, all our lessons are 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed. Sign up for the best online acoustic guitar lessons and in-person coaching to get started strumming today!
Can I teach myself acoustic guitar?
You can absolutely teach yourself the acoustic guitar. There is a wealth of information on the internet for prospective learners, such as video tutorials, song play-throughs, and full courses. You can look up chord charts of your favorite songs and play along with them to practice. However, learning to play well is a lot easier with lessons with an expert guitar tutor. TakeLessons has a selection of the best online acoustic guitar lessons or in-person sessions with expert acoustic guitar teachers, where you can learn scales, play advanced chords, and get songwriting tips from an experienced teacher!
Is acoustic guitar hard to learn?
Acoustic guitar can be a little harder to learn than an electric guitar. This is due to the heaviness of the strings and the higher amount of force needed to play notes and chords. Eventually, though, your fingers will adjust as you get used to playing the acoustic guitar. The first basic chords and learning a few songs is not hard, and within a few months, you’ll probably be able to play and sing songs at the same time. The acoustic guitar teachers at TakeLessons can craft lessons around your specific learning needs, teaching you techniques and music theory along the way.