Colorado springs
Guitar Studio


All Styles-All Levels

The Colorado Springs Guitar Studio has been providing guitar and bass lessons to music students of all ages and levels since 2013.  Beginners can learn guitar by building a strong foundation while learning music they like and advancing  guitar students can study topics such as advanced guitar techniques, music theory, improvisation, songwriting, recording, and college audition prep.  All lessons are taught by one of the most educated and experienced guitarists in the region with over 30 years of professional performing, teaching, and recording experience.  Lesson slots are available seven days per week with flexible scheduling and payment options.  In person guitar lessons are taught at our location in south Colorado Springs and there is the option of doing online guitar lessons remotely from anywhere.  Jump start your guitar progress now by contacting us to get on the regular schedule or try a free trial lesson.

Xotic Electric Guitar and Fender Deluxe Amp

Half Hour Lessons

$30 per lesson

$110 for four prepaid lessons

Military and family discounts

One Hour Lessons

$55 per lesson

$200 for four prepaid lessons

Military and family discounts


Steve Langemo

Guitar Instructor Steve Langemo With Electric Guitar

Colorado Springs Guitar Studio owner and instructor Steve Langemo is a diverse guitar player and instructor with over thirty years of professional performing, recording, and teaching experience.  Steve holds a bachelors degree in guitar performance from Minnesota State University Moorhead and a masters degree in jazz guitar performance from Bowling Green State University and maintains a busy schedule of performing and recording work in addition to teaching full-time at the Colorado Springs Guitar Studio.


Colorado Springs Guitar Studio instructor Steve Langemo has released three full-length albums of original jazz fusion material and worked as a session musician on many other recordings and releases. Here are some excerpts from Steve’s recent Guitar One Records release Up From The Outside.

Book a trial lesson

Many Colorado Springs Guitar Studio students start their lessons  by doing a free trial lesson.  Successful music lessons depend on having an experienced and knowledgable instructor and a good connection between the student and teacher and an initial trial lesson provides prospective students the opportunity to see if the Colorado Springs Guitar Studio is the right fit for private guitar instruction.

Fender Electric Guitar and Fender Deluxe Amp

What People Say

“Steve Langemo a fantastic musician, but he is also an excellent teacher. He is able to tailor my son’s guitar lessons to his individual needs and goals and has helped him make significant progress on the guitar.  I highly recommend Steve as a guitar teacher. Whether you are a beginning guitar student or an advanced player, Steve has something to offer for everyone.

– John Carter

“Steve is a knowledgeable guitar teacher and has excellent musical skills himself.  He has challenged our children musically and they have excelled under him.  We would highly recommend Steve for anyone wanting to either begin guitar or advance their skills”

– Valerie

“Steve is the absolute man, I’m a relatively new guitar player and Steve has been so helpful in teaching me good tequnique and kick-starting my progression into an absolute guitar god. In all seriousness, he’s a very talented instructor that is very good at explaining new tequniques in a way that is very approchable. I would highly recommend Colorado Springs Guitar Studio to any player trying to improve their playing!”

– Pete Nuessman

“I’ve been sitting in on lessons with my son for several years. He’s always enthusiastic and willing to work with him to set goals on the bass guitar. If my kid wants to learn a song, Steve will quickly help him figure out any request.  Steve teaches theory, reading, and the Nashville number system. He develops a musician that can be a working musician or hobby musician.  I fully recommend Steve for anyone wanting to REALLY learn guitar or bass.”

– Dr. Mike Lamphere