Ron Zehel

Ron Zehel

5.0 (2)

About this pro

For many years Ron Zehel Guitar Center in Ohio has helped people discover the pleasure of making music. I’m excited to now be able to work online with guitarists, no matter what their location! Zoom allows one-on-one individualized instruction not possible with videos or books.

I love teaching guitar because I feel I’m kind of ‘paying it forward’, passing on the joy of playing guitar to others. 

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Credentials

Lorain, OH 44052
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2 Reviews

5.0

  • Anne Robertz

    Ron is a master guitar player with a contagious love for music. As a fairly experienced player, I signed up in hopes of learning some new songs and techniques - my expectations have been met and surpassed. Ron consistently presents me with new challenges and has helped me improve my skills across several genres. I look forward to my weekly lessons and appreciate his kindness and patience. Whether you are a beginner or an expert looking to improve, I strongly recommend Ron Zehel. 

  • Jeffrey Stein

    His knowledge of the guitar. The proper way he communicates the lesson, as well, his patients. Coming from drums and wanting to learn a new instrument is frustrating, but Mr. Zehel makes it less frustrating and fun!



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FAQs


What is your typical process for working with a new student?

The first step, of course, is to determine the student’s current playing level and musical interests. It is very important that lessons be tailored to each individual student.

Many students work on chord transitions or playing music by their favorite artists. Advanced players may be interested in exploring different playing styles or furthering their understanding fretboard layout and music principles.


Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

First ‘get acquanted’ session is free.

$30 per lesson


How did you get started teaching?

I began private lessons at a very early age and as a teenager became an assistant to my guitar instructor. Years later, my first full-time teaching job was at the very same studio where I studied as a youngster.