Ken Jehle Guitar Instruction

Ken Jehle Guitar Instruction

5.0 (2)
1 hire on
1 employee
32 years in business

About this pro

You'll learn the secrets of performance based practicing and develop techniques for enhancing your muscle memory. You will benefit from an instructor with years of experience playing and teaching guitar. Whether you play for fun or have a passion for learning the guitar, weekly lessons will help you set goals and see results.

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Fort Wayne, IN 46804
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2 Reviews


  • John

    Working with Ken for our wedding was great. He took the time to find out exactly what music we wanted and made sure our ceremony was perfect. I almost hesitated to ask him if he would play the theme for "Love Boat" for our recessional song. The song was not in his comprehensive library, but he learned it & played it perfectly at out service. He even took the time to follow up afterwords to make sure we were happy. I used to play guitar a long time ago and he transposed copies of the song for me in tablature notation so I could play it also! In addition, he drove 75 miles round trip - We are very happy with his services.

  • Jesse

    Wow! We are so thankful that Ken Jehle was recommended to us. The music he provided was absolutely perfect for the mood we were trying to create for our daughters wedding. Ken was extremely professional, flexible, and accommodating. These are very important qualities when dealing with stressed out mothers-of-the bride. Thank you, Ken!


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

Flexible lesson plans based on your needs and goals.

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I've studied guitar since 1985. I've taught private lessons since 1988. I hold a bachelors degree in music concentration classical guitar. I am a full time music director for Saint Joseph Church in Fort Wayne, IN.

What types of students have you worked with?

Rock, Classical, Beginner, Advanced students interested in music theory or mastering the guitar neck.

What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Call several teachers. Talk to them, ask them questions. 

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