Announcement: Guitar Lesson for Infamous Aerosmith Lick is Now Online

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Guitar Control, the musical instruction company that has been gaining popularity for their complimentary online guitar lessons, has yet another fast and fun video featuring Silvio Gazquez, one of their top teachers, playing one of the most recognized guitar riffs in the history of rock n’ roll.

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Silvio Gazquez, acclaimed guitarist and capable instructor with Guitar Control, has another quick video lesson in which he teaches the well known guitar riff from the classic tune “Walk This Way” by Aerosmith.

Here’s a tidbit of good news for those that want to learn how to play guitar riffs. Silvio Gazquez, acclaimed guitarist and capable instructor with Guitar Control, has another quick video lesson in which he teaches the well known guitar riff from the classic tune “Walk This Way” by Aerosmith. Pretty much anyone who’s ever turned on a radio has probably heard this song, and it’s an excellent exercise for practicing speed and coordination, as well as rhythm guitar.

Aerosmith is an American band that began their illustrious music career in Boston way back in 1970. Considered by many critics to be one of the best rock groups of all-time, they have sold millions of records worldwide and their guitarist Joe Perry is responsible for creating some of the more memorable guitar riffs in rock, like the one in this lesson. It involves E, one of the most basic guitar chords, yet it also entails the use of open strings, so it’s a little advanced but easy enough for anyone to eventually learn.    

Nowadays, an ever growing number people are looking online in order to get in-depth and useful information on all sorts of subjects, including musical instruments. From the piano and the piccolo, to the sitar and the guitar, the abundance of valuable advice that’s readily available in cyberspace is actually so immense that it can sometimes be overwhelming. That’s why it’s always nice to know where to look or which way to go, and it seems that with free lessons such as these, the search may be over!

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