So, if it is reggae guitar that someone is looking to learn, this should be a suitable place to start. In addition, if somebody would like to find out anything else about the six-string, the internet is full of advice and information.
Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) May 17, 2013
In their latest complimentary lesson, Guitar Control has the privilege of once again having the proficient reggae man Steve Golding as the insightful instructor. It’s a nice and basic 5 minute lesson that is obviously ideal for anyone that is looking to learn how to play reggae on guitar. However, it should also be good for people that would simply like to add to their options and abilities when it comes to playing rhythm guitar.
This is actually the second guitar lesson by G.C. recently to star Steve Golding, and the first one can also be found on You Tube. Both lessons have basically the same idea, as they both teach a couple of pleasant sounding chord progressions and variations for practicing and playing reggae rhythm guitar. When it comes to this style of music, Mr. Golding certainly knows his stuff, as he has been playing for many, many years now.
Steve is already considered a legend in the land of reggae guitar. In fact, he has even shared the studio and/or stage with several highly acclaimed artists including Bob Marley and Peter Tosh, the two quintessential representatives of reggae who both passed away prematurely in the 1980s’. He continues to play to this day in performances, sessions, and guitar lessons like the one that’s featured here.
So, if it is reggae guitar that someone is looking to learn, this should be a suitable place to start. In addition, if somebody would like to find out anything else about the six-string, the internet is full of advice and information. With almost 300 video guitar lessons on YouTube alone, Guitar Control is at the forefront of the way in which people everywhere are learning the guitar today!