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Around the Corner Music Studio teaches the guitar to students six years old and above. The school's guitar lessons teach note reading, theory, fingerpicking, and chords. The Lincoln music studio aims to create a fun learning environment while improving musical skills. The studio also teaches piano and preschool music skills including rhythm, melody, and musical terms. The instructor has a bachelor's degree in Music Education K-12 and has been playing the guitar since she was nine years old.

Blue Raven Music Studios teaches students of any age and at any level. The Lincoln music school has flexible day, evening, and weekend scheduling. The business teaches guitar, piano, banjo, bass, voice, mandolin, violin, fiddle, and dobro. The founder has been playing guitar for more than 30 years and has an interest in traditional American music including blues, blugrass, ragtime, jazz, and folk. The company also sells and rents band and orchestra instruments. Students say that Blue Raven Music Studios has great teachers, a welcoming environment, and reasonable prices.

Fiddlestick Music teaches more than 100 students every week. The Lincoln music studio helps students unlock their potential, improve fine motor skills, express emotions, and unlock other useful skills through music study. The school has 30, 45, and 60-minute lessons available with one-on-one instruction, and teaches guitar, violin, viola, drums, and piano. The studio's schedule includes 17 lessons for each student per semester. The guitar instructor has been playing music since he was in grade school and studies music at the University of Nebraska Lincoln. Students have praised Fiddlestick Music for its knowledgeable, friendly instructors, and say the school offers individualized lessons with a laid-back atmosphere.

Harris Academy of the Arts has been teaching music students since 2004. The Lincoln music school creates an encouraging atmosphere for beginning students of all ages. The business teaches private guitar lessons in acoustic, electric, and bass guitar, and the teachers use the three main learning techniques that include reading notes, ear training, and guitar tablature. The company's rock band program teaches kids well-known rock songs that they can play together in a group. The business also offers private classes that teach piano, singing, string lessons, woodwind lessons, brass lessons, and theater lessons. Harris Academy of the Arts hosts group classes as well as summer camps. The company won The Knot Best of Weddings 2017 for the performance of its professional musicians. Clients say that teachers work well with kids and teach valuable skills.

Lincoln Guitar Academy specializes in teaching beginning guitar players in Lincoln. The business teaches skills including musical keys, rhythm and timing, chord use and building, how to create melodies, understanding song structures, lyric writing, song subjects, and improvisation. The company provides free first lessons for students to get a feel for the lesson structure. Lincoln Guitar Lessons teaches acoustic and electric guitar and songwriting skills. The school helps students learn and understand music rules to help them grow in their skills.

Nissa's String Studio has been teaching guitar to Lincoln students since 2003. The school has an all-inclusive tuition and welcomes all ages at all skill levels. The business hosts three recitals a year to let students show what they've learned and learn performance skills. The company has high-quality recording abilities and notation software to document student compositions and create arrangements. The studio has eight instructors and teaches electric and acoustic guitar, violin, viola, fiddle, piano, cello bass, mandolin, synthesizer, and music technology. The school's Spitfire Fiddle Band cultivates fiddle music within the community with old-time fiddle tunes. Students say the teachers are engaging and create a comfortable, friendly, and professional environment. Students have also praised Nissa's String Studio for its competitive prices.

Roots Music Shop has been serving the Lincoln community since 2012. The locally owned music school is owned by Ryan Larsen, who has more than 25 years of music experience. The studio teaches guitar, bass, and drum lessons through independent instructors in one-on-one classes or group classes with students aged 12 to 20. The group classes offer American roots music instruction, which teaches the history of the music and lets students perform in a band with other students. Roots Music Shop also sells musical instruments, buys musical instruments, repairs instruments, and acts as a music venue for local performing artists. The studio sponsors the annual Art at the Plaza Summer Concert Series, where musical and visual artists feature their work. Students have praised Roots Music Shop for its amazing customer service and knowledgeable, helpful, and friendly instructors.

Steve Hanson Music is run by an award-winning musician and teacher. The music studio teaches guitar in styles including bluegrass, folk, finger style, classical, jazz, rock, and blues. Steve plays bluegrass, rhythm and blues, and jazz in local Lincoln shows. He has played guitar and taught students in the Midwest for more than 40 years. Steve Hanson started playing music at the age of 13 and in 1971 he formed the Bluegrass Crusade, which has won contests at the Brownville Fiddle Festival and the Rocky Mountain Bluegrass Festival and has opened for Doc Watson, Bill Monroe, Ralph Stanley, and other notable musicians. The instructor was inducted into the Nebraska Rock 'N' Roll Hall of Fame in 2000.

Zager Guitars has been serving the Lincoln community since 1969. The business sells a wide selection of high-quality guitars, plus cases, strings, and picks. The company's Zager guitars were designed by Denny Zager, who wrote the song "In The Year 2525" and has been featured in Time Magazine, Newsweek Magazine, and The New Yorker. The business' online guitar course, created by Denny Zager himself, features more than 150 hours of video streaming lessons, hundreds of patented guitar arrangements, and more than 10,000 Easy Play tabs. Students of any skill level, from beginner to professional, can learn from this online course. The Zager technique is known for its easy and smooth techniques. The Zager Guitar Music Therapy & Education Foundation rehabilitates those with physical conditions through music therapy. The foundation has been featured by Time Magazine, Newsweek, ABC, CBS, CNN, and NBC.

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