Beginner Guitar Lessons Omaha

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Steve Johnson is a Beginner and Intermediate Guitar Lessons pro! He has over 40 years of experience playing and teaching guitar in Omaha and surrounding communities.

Interested in Bass Lessons? Steve has got ya covered there, too!

Steve also writes and records music of all genres, so whatever technique or style you are aiming to achieve, Steve is your guy!

Need a guitar tech? Yep, you guessed it! Just ask Steve, aka, Jammin' J!

Young or old, and anywhere in between, it is never too early or too late to begin your journey. Even if you just need to get something down on cd, Steve can help you learn how to record your instrument with the best results.

Your adventure awaits - it is only waiting for YOU to start it...


Fill out the Contact Form so we can learn more about your music goals!

What You Will Learn

  • Open Chords

  • Reading Tablature

  • Reading Chord Charts

  • Barre Chords

  • Correct Hand Posture

  • Exercises for Dexterity

  • Your First Songs

  • Fret Board Layout

  • Confidence With Guitars

...And SO Much More!

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Steve WILL Help You Be a Better Guitar Player

100% Guarantee

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Why Should You or Your Child Take Guitar Lessons?

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Taking Guitar Lessons is an important part of picking up the guitar. There has been too many people to count that have tried to learn the guitar on their own and failed. There is just so much information out there, especially with the internet. It becomes confusing and overwhelming to say the least. Everyone and their dog thinks they can teach you how to play guitar.


You Might Ask Yourself: "How well does THIS person play the guitar?"

If you can't answer that question with certainty, then you may be taking guitar lessons at the wrong place. Getting guitar lessons from the RIGHT person that works best for you is the quickest and most efficient way to reach your goals. 

Look at it this way... would you ask someone who has bad credit and collection agencies after them about financial advise?  I would sure hope not. In that same fashion, don't go to your next door neighbor for guitar lessons just because he has a guitar. 

Here is a list of questions you should ask your potential Guitar Instructor.

  • How Long Have You Been Playing?

  • Where Did You Learn To Play Guitar?

  • What Are Some Of Your Accomplishments?

  • Have You Ever Taught Before?

  • Why Do You Think You Are The Best Fit For Me?

There are more questions that you can ask, but this will get you started. Get the ball rolling and ask around for referrals.  

Is Guitar Good For Your Brain?

There are multiple reasons you or your child should take guitar lessons:

  • According to a neuroscientific study from McGill University, hearing (and playing) music triggers the release of dopamine in the brain. This rise in dopamine can help fight anxiety and depression

  • A new Scottish study says if you play the guitar - or any musical instrument, for that matter - you’re more likely to have sharper brain function, which can help guard against mental decline in the future.

But, all of the psychological and mental benefits aside...

The guitar is just fun! There is almost nothing better than getting home and being able to zone out and create music.

The stresses of life can disappear for that short period of time and that small piece of stress-free experience can be worth so much.

All of us here have been playing our instruments for more than half of our lives and want to share everything we have learned and experienced with YOU.

Sign Up Today and experience these benefits first hand with us here at Adkins Guitar Lessons!

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