So now, whenever somebody wants to know how to play jazz bebop on guitar, or nearly anything else, all they have to do is simply log in and start learning!
New York, New York (PRWEB) May 18, 2013
Guitar Control, the company that won’t stop until the whole world can play the guitar, has added yet another helpful clip that should be just right for folks who are looking for jazz guitar lessons. The video takes just under 3 minutes to view, but the noteworthy part is that it can be watched unlimitedly for the purpose of practice.
This is actually the second part of the Pat Martino inspired lesson by Mr. Jon MacLennan, the first of which can be found by using the search bar tool in You Tube or at Guitar Control.com. Jon is a skilled guitarist who is schooled in jazz and other genres. Also, the nice thing about his tutorials is that they are usually fun and very easy to follow.
For those that aren’t sure of what bebop really is, it’s a style of jazz that is characterized by its upbeat tempo and instrumental improvisation that focuses on harmony structure and melody. So basically, it’s a branch on the jazz tree that started growing in the 1940s’ that is mainly known for being spontaneous, spirited, and highly melodic.
Furthermore, for those that aren’t sure who Pat Martino is, he’s an acclaimed Italian-American guitarist and composer that was born in Philadelphia back in 1944. He began playing music before he was a teen and is now considered one of the best ever. In fact, Pat is still performing and is presently wrapping up a European Tour.
Currently, the convenient options for getting advice and information on almost anything including the guitar are unprecedented. This is of course mainly thanks to the internet and companies like Guitar Control. So now, whenever somebody wants to know how to play jazz bebop on guitar, or nearly anything else, all they have to do is simply log in and start learning!