Guitar Lessons


Welcome to our comprehensive guitar lessons for beginners in Jaipur! Whether you’re completely new to the guitar or have some basic knowledge, these lessons will provide you with a strong foundation to kick-start your musical journey.

If you’ve always wanted to learn how to play the guitar and find yourself in Jaipur, you’re in luck! Jaipur, the vibrant city of Rajasthan, offers a range of opportunities for beginners to embark on their musical journey. Whether you’re passionate about strumming chords or fingerpicking melodies, guitar lessons for beginners in Jaipur can help you kickstart your musical adventure.


Rs 4,000

    • Batch strength : 5 Students
    • Get 1 Free Classes
    • 1 hr session / per class
    • Study Material Included


Rs 10,500

    • Batch strength : 5 Students
    • Get 3 Free Classes
    • 1 hr session / per class
    • Study Material Included


Rs 18,000

    • Batch strength : 5 Students
    • Get 6 Free Classes
    • 1 hr session / per class
    • Study Material Included

In Jaipur, you’ll find reputable music schools, academies, and private instructors who specialize in teaching guitar to beginners. These experienced teachers understand the challenges that beginners face and are dedicated to providing a supportive and structured learning environment. They will guide you through the fundamentals of playing the guitar, ensuring that you develop a strong foundation right from the start.

Guitar lessons for beginners in Jaipur cater to individuals of all ages and backgrounds. Whether you’re a young student, a working professional, or a retiree looking to explore a new hobby, there are classes and instructors available to suit your needs. These classes typically cover essential topics such as proper technique, basic music theory, chord progressions, scales, and strumming patterns.

We are thrilled to announce our partnership with Angel’s Music Academy, an esteemed institution within the music education landscape. Together with Keystring Music School, we aim to provide a holistic learning experience for aspiring musicians. By combining our expertise and resources, we will offer a diverse curriculum, exceptional faculty, state-of-the-art facilities, and endless opportunities for growth. Join us on this musical journey and unlock your full potential. Apply Now.


Module 1: Introduction to Guitar

  • 1. Overview of the different parts of the guitar and their functions
  • 2. Proper posture and hand positioning
  • 3. Basic techniques such as picking, strumming, and fretting

Module 2: Fundamental Skills

  • 1. Learning to read guitar tabs and chord charts
  • 2. Introduction to music notation and basic music theory
  • 3. Building finger dexterity and coordination through exercises

Module 3: Chords and Rhythm

  • 1. Understanding major, minor, and dominant chords
  • 2. Practicing chord transitions and strumming patterns
  • 3. Introduction to rhythmic techniques such as palm muting and arpeggios

Module 4: Melodies and Scales

  • 1. Learning to play melodies and simple tunes
  • 2. Introduction to scales and their application in improvisation
  • 3. Developing ear training skills for melody recognition

Module 5: Music Theory and Song Analysis

  • 1. Exploring music theory concepts such as key signatures and chord progressions
  • 2. Analyzing popular songs to understand their structure and harmony
  • 3. Applying music theory knowledge to songwriting and composition

Module 6: Styles and Techniques

  • 1. Introduction to different musical genres (e.g., rock, blues, folk)
  • 2. Exploring genre-specific techniques such as bending, sliding, and vibrato
  • 3. Developing a repertoire of songs in various styles

Module 7: Advanced Techniques

  • 1. Advanced fingerpicking patterns and techniques
  • 2. Introduction to advanced chords (e.g., barre chords, extended chords)
  • 3. Exploring advanced rhythmic concepts such as syncopation and odd time signatures

Module 8: Performance and Expression

  • 1. Building confidence in performing solo and in a group setting
  • 2. Expressive playing techniques such as dynamics, phrasing, and embellishments
  • 3. Stage presence and audience engagement skills

Module 9: Music Technology and Recording

  • 1. Introduction to guitar effects pedals and amplifiers
  • 2. Recording techniques for guitarists
  • 3. Basics of home recording and production

Module 10: Final Project and Showcase

  • 1. Collaborating with fellow musicians for a final project or performance
  • 2. Showcasing skills acquired throughout the course
  • 3. Reflection on progress and setting future musical goals
  2. 1. Proficiency in playing basic chords, scales, and melodies on the guitar.
  4. 2. Development of proper technique and posture for efficient playing.
  6. 3. Ability to read guitar tabs, chord charts, and music notation.
  8. 4. Understanding of music theory concepts relevant to guitar playing, such as key signatures, chord progressions, and scales.
  10. 5. Skill in transitioning between chords smoothly and confidently.
  12. 6. Proficiency in various strumming patterns, picking techniques, and rhythmic styles.
  14. 7. Knowledge of different musical genres and the ability to play songs in those styles.
  16. 8. Ability to improvise and create melodies within a given key or scale.
  18. 9. Understanding of advanced techniques, such as fingerpicking patterns, bending, and vibrato.
  20. 10. Confidence in performing solo or as part of a group, and the ability to engage an audience
  1. Q: Do I need any prior musical experience to take guitar lessons? 

  2. A: No, you do not need any prior musical experience to start taking guitar lessons. Guitar lessons for beginners are designed to introduce you to the instrument and teach you the fundamentals from scratch. Whether you’re a complete novice or have some musical background, guitar lessons can accommodate your skill level.

  3. Q: What type of guitar should I get for lessons? 

  4. A: The most common choice for beginners is an acoustic guitar. Acoustic guitars are versatile, portable, and typically more affordable than electric guitars. However, if you have a preference for electric guitar or are interested in playing a specific genre like rock or blues, an electric guitar may be more suitable. It’s recommended to consult with your instructor or a music store professional to help you choose the right guitar for your needs.

  5. Q: How long does it take to become proficient at playing the guitar? 

  6. A: The time it takes to become proficient at playing the guitar varies depending on several factors, including the amount of practice, individual aptitude, and the complexity of the techniques and styles you wish to learn. Becoming proficient is a gradual process, and it can take several months to years of dedicated practice to reach a level of proficiency that satisfies your personal goals.

  7. Q: Can I learn to play songs I like during guitar lessons? 

  8. A: Absolutely! One of the joys of learning the guitar is being able to play the songs you love. While it’s important to learn the foundational techniques and theory, your instructor can incorporate song learning into your lessons. As you progress, you’ll be able to play songs that align with your musical preferences, whether it’s pop, rock, folk, blues, or any other genre you enjoy.