Country Guitar Lessons - Online, Group, and Private Options Available
Private lessons with top Country Guitar instructors
This is the best guitar lessons I've ever had. He makes learning fun, and helps you learn based on exactly what you want to play.
James was very friendly and patient. He is knowledgeable and talented at what he does. I really enjoyed my first lesson with James and I’m looking forward to the rest of the classes.
Francesca is a wonderful teacher! She's very knowledgeable but shares that knowledge in a way that's easy to understand. I've been an amateur musician for over forty years and I've read a lot of boo
After working to live for many years, and after purchasing all the books, apps, and YouTube channels that seemed promising, I could never find the approach/perspective that could make the process of l
Country Guitar Lessons
Have you ever dreamed of being in the spotlight, playing a steel guitar while dancers two-step around a sawdust-covered dance floor? If so, we can help you make those dreams come true. Our country guitar lessons focus on the skills and styles necessary for producing country music and any number of subgenres, from Western Swing to modern country.
Our country guitar teachers will help you develop your guitar skills. We offer both online country guitar lessons and in-person options—in your home or at your tutor’s studio.
Ready to kick off your lessons? Sign up with us today!
Certified Country Guitar Teachers
Our certified, experienced country guitar teachers work with you to help you sharpen your guitar skills. One-on-one instruction from qualified instructors means that your tutor will encourage growth toward your goals, instead of following a standardized curriculum. Whether you want to pick guitar at a bluegrass festival or play with a band at your local honky tonk, we have country guitar lessons that will take you there.
The average cost is $37 for a half-hour lesson, $50 for forty-five minutes, or $64 for an hour. Since our teachers set their own rates, you can find country guitar lessons to fit your budget.
On each of our listings, a teacher’s credentials, student reviews, and prices are available, allowing you to choose the tutor who fits your learning style. You can even contact teachers beforehand to ensure that they are a good fit!
Once you decide on a teacher, package, and schedule, all you have to do is sign up.
Online Country Guitar Lessons for All Ages
Any time you can pick up a guitar is a good time! Both children and adults benefit from playing an instrument. Kids see improvement in both language and math skills, as well as a boost in brain growth. Meanwhile, adults may notice improved memory and concentration skills, stress relief, and increased creativity. Whether you are looking for country guitar lessons for kids or adults, we have great options for you.
The benefit of individualized instruction is that our country guitar teachers tailor their lessons both to your maturity and skills. You will learn country guitar at your pace and with your goals in mind.
Country Guitar Lessons for All Levels
Whether you have never picked up a guitar before or have been playing for years, we have a teacher for you. We offer country guitar lessons for beginners through experts, tailoring your experience to your skill level and interests.
Our country guitar teachers work with you at your current skill level to help you achieve your musical goals. By getting to know you as a student and a musician, your tutor will guide your lessons to focus on you. With such a wide selection of paths your music can take you down, individualized guidance will help you choose the ones that are right for you.
Country Guitar Lesson Curriculum
Sample Curriculum for Beginner Country Guitar Lessons
- Holding your instrument
- Basic chords
- Hand and finger strength
- Using a pick
Sample Curriculum for Intermediate Country Guitar Lessons
- Blues and country chords
- Country musical phrasing
- Picking and single-note melodies
Sample Curriculum for Expert Country Guitar Lessons
- Solos and improvisation
- Building a repertoire
- Country subgenres
- Country music scales
Sign up Today
We aim to provide the best online country guitar lessons and in-person sessions available. We are also so certain you will enjoy working with your country guitar teacher that we offer a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee. Simply choose your tutor, schedule, and package, and then sign up—you’ll be playing in no time!
What is country guitar?
Country guitar is a style of playing that incorporates elements from many American genres, including bluegrass, rock and roll, blues, and jazz. Techniques range from simple chords to challenging, technical solos. While rhythm guitar is often fairly simple, consisting of three or four chords per song, lead guitar can take on much more advanced techniques. This range of skill provides opportunities for players of all levels to enjoy making country music.
Is country guitar hard to learn?
Yes, country guitar can be more difficult to learn than rock guitar. Country music relies more on complete chords and more advanced solo techniques, while rock music frequently uses power chords. Country music often highlights and relies on guitar work for its unique sound, often incorporating acoustic guitars over electric and valuing the pure sound of the instrument.
That being said, there is ample opportunity for beginners to get out there and enjoy making country music. Much of country guitar is based on simple chord structures that are quite accessible for beginner players to learn in our country guitar lessons. While country guitar might be more technically difficult than rock, it is a rewarding experience that grows with you as a musician.
How long should you practice guitar a day?
Aim for between fifteen minutes and an hour. Many say to aim for about half an hour, but keep in mind that short, consistent practice sessions with frequent breaks work best for building skill without tiring your fingers. Consistency is, of course, key; you should practice every day for the best results. Focus is often more important than length for practice sessions, as well. Try to schedule your practice for times that you can give your instrument your undivided attention.
Quality over quantity is the name of the game when working with a musical instrument. You will get more out of short practice sessions and frequent breaks than you will out of marathon sessions that last longer than your attention span. In the beginning, short sessions will minimize any discomfort you may feel while building calluses, but later, focusing on one technique at a time will improve your results. When you take country guitar lessons with us, your music teacher will help you develop a good routine.