Ready to take your guitar playing to the next level?

 

Whether you’re just starting out or are frustrated with your current progress, Bend Guitar Lessons can help you get the results you’re looking for.

 

Schedule a FREE trial lesson today

Strum and Sing Summer Music Camp with Robin Jackson

A week of inspiring creativity through learning how to play guitar chords and singing together.
Monday-Thursday 9AM-12PM
Kids: July 10th-13th
Tweens: July 17th-20th
Teens: July 24th-27th
Price: $150

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Custom Lesson Plans

Get an actionable lesson plan designed to help you achieve your aspirations as a guitarist.

Online Resources

Access to hundreds of lesson materials including sheet music, lesson videos, jam-along-tracks, and more!

Weekly Group Training

Participate in fun relaxed small group sessions designed to hone your new skills in a structured group format.

So you want to learn to play the guitar, but think you’re too old, not talented enough, or it’s going to take too long? Think again..

Our student roster ranges in age from 6 to 80-something proving anyone, no matter what age, can learn to play the guitar quickly. You don’t need musical talent, just the desire. We’ll show you how.

What You Will Learn:

  • Ear training to learn and write songs faster.
  • And much more!

What Our Students Are Saying:

“I highly recommend Bend Guitar Lessons to anyone looking to learn more about guitar. I have personally learned a lot in the year I have been a student. The teachers are easy to work with, friendly and extremely knowledgeable!”

Dan Wright

Student

“Andrew creates a positive, laid back, and encouraging atmosphere.   I have no musical experience and he taught me to play a song in just a few lessons. The student concert was one of the funnest things I’ve done in a long time.”

Al McGuire

Student

“When I tried working with the book I just didn’t get very far. Once I started taking lessons I saw improvement so it’s been worthwhile to me. I’m more proficient as a player and able to read music better where I’m able to look at a song and play it.””

Jules Wetzel

Student

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