Find a ukulele teacher in Gilbert, AZ

Find ukulele lessons in Gilbert, AZ

Find ukulele lessons in Gilbert, AZ

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Top 10 ukulele teachers in Gilbert, AZ

Students agree: these Gilbert ukulele lessons are highly rated for knowledge, experience, communication, and more.
Mar-Tune Music Lessons

Mar-Tune Music Lessons

23+ years in business
Serves Gilbert, AZ
Tania J. says, "Marty is modest but it should be noted that he is an Emmy Award winner, songwriter & music publisher who is a guitar and music theory teacher. He is a graduate from the Berkeley school of music and is incredibly gifted. I have personally seen the results of his teaching guitar and mandolin as well as piano. He taught our daughter how to play piano. He has such a fun personality, he is hysterical and so great with kids. They adore him! Our daughter has blossomed under his direction both musically as well as her personal development. We are so grateful for all that Marty has taught her." Read more
Traveling Music Lessons - In Person In Your Home!

Traveling Music Lessons - In Person In Your Home!

7 hires on Lessons
7+ years in business
Serves Gilbert, AZ
Michelle Marie Y. says, "Easy to schedule, the teacher is great with kids... they are flexible too, which is hard to find." Read more
Music Masters

Music Masters

1 hire on Lessons
18+ years in business
Serves Gilbert, AZ
Gerben K. says, "During our introductory lesson Bryan laid out his teaching style and program, and it matched what I wanted to learn exactly. My goal is to learn how to play the Bass without necessarily needing to remember songs entirely. I want to be able to pick up a bass guitar and play something, or play along with something, because I understand music, notes, composition, etc. Right from the get go it was obvious that's exactly what Bryan's goals for his students are as well, so it was a great fit. Bryan was the first of several teachers who responded to my request on, and while I was planning on trying out a lesson with everyone and then making my decision, after my one lesson with Bryan I felt like there was no need as I had found what I was looking for. I am now three lessons in and very much liking the experience. Every week he teaches me something new about music theory and provides me with exercises that help me develop good technique and finger coordination. I would definitely recommend Bryan as a teacher for bass guitar. " Read more


New on Lessons
Offers online services
38+ years in business
Serves Gilbert, AZ
Hi my name is Mark Allred, I'm 54 years old and started playing when I was 16. I also have a degree in audio engineering. I can teach blues, rock, metal, and have ten years teaching experience.
Childbloom / PMI Guitar School

Childbloom / PMI Guitar School

27+ years in business
Serves Gilbert, AZ
Kimberly M. says, "Kevin shows up to every lesson with enthusiasm and always has positive feedback even if we're having a rough week of practice. Long term lessons through Childbloom/PMI Guitar has produced five lifelong guitar lovers in our family." Read more

Your Ukulele Lessons questions, answered

Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Lessons.

How much do ukulele lessons cost?

In-person ukulele lessons cost $30 to $60 per hour on average to learn with a private instructor. 1-hour group ukulele classes cost $18 to $30 per student. Some music studios offer new student specials and sell discounted multiple-session packages that reduce the cost per class.

  • Online ukulele lessons cost $10 to $30 per month for subscription-based websites offering access to pre-recorded classes. While pre-recorded lessons are not the same as a real-time instructor, some websites allow you to submit practice videos for teacher review and feedback.
  • Online ukulele lessons using live webcam video calling with a private instructor cost $25 to $60+ per hour, depending on the teacher's experience and reputation.

Keep in mind you will also need to purchase a ukulele to practice in between lessons. Most entry-level ukuleles cost $50 to $150, while higher-end models cost $200 to $500+.

Is ukulele easy to learn, and can I teach myself?

Learning to play the ukulele can be easy and fun! Ukuleles are small and only have 4 strings, making chords and scales easy to learn and play without putting too much stress on your arms, wrists, and fingers. Additionally, ukulele strings are made of soft nylon, making them easier on your fingertips than guitar strings.

You can teach yourself to play the ukulele using YouTube videos and other free resources, but this method lacks structure and may take longer to see progress than if you learn with an instructor. A professional ukulele teacher can guide you in the right direction and save you from developing unhelpful habits early on in your practice.

How long does it take to learn ukulele?

While every individual is different, in general, it takes about 3 to 6 months of consistent practice to learn and become comfortable playing the ukulele. Practicing many hours per day may yield quicker results. That said, you can likely learn enough basic chord shapes and strumming patterns to play many favorite pop songs in just a matter of weeks, or even days.

How do I choose the best ukulele lessons near me?

When searching for ukulele lessons near you, be sure to:

  • Choose a teacher or music studio that has been in business 5+ years and is licensed and insured.
  • Check out their profile and reviews from past students on and Google.
  • Look for a teacher who has a flexible schedule that matches your needs.
  • Discuss your specific goals and ask them how they will structure their lessons to help you meet them.

What questions should I ask when searching for ukulele lessons?

Finding a ukulele instructor whose personality and teaching style meshes well with your own can make a huge difference in your learning and progress. Asking the right questions can help you choose the best ukulele teacher for you:

  • How long have you been playing and teaching ukulele?
  • What qualifications do you have?
  • What styles of ukulele do you teach?
  • Do I need to buy a ukulele to take lessons?
  • How long will it take for me to learn to play the ukulele?
  • How often and how long should I practice?
  • What is your cancellation policy? 
  • Are you running any new student specials or discounts?

Reviews for Gilbert ukulele teachers

Recent success stories from people in the Gilbert area.
Jason P.
I learned so much so quickly. The techniques were given in an easy to follow structure and Marty (my instructor) was skillful and entertaining in his delivery of the lessons. I plan on taking more classes and you should too!
Mar-Tune Music Lessons
Andy H.
Traveling Music Lessons made scheduling lessons so easy. Super quick response- friendly and so helpful! Our teacher was great!
Traveling Music Lessons - In person in your home!
Jenny K.
Kevin's depth of knowledge abut classical guitar has made such an impact on my son. We appreciate that Kevin individualizes his lessons and always has suggestions of which song to study next to build skill that's not only technical but builds artistic talent as well. Kevin has invested in our son for 4 years, and we are so pleased with the results of lessons.
Childbloom / PMI Guitar School
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