Announcement: Guitar Lesson with a One-String Legato Lick is Online

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The online musical instruction company, Guitar Control, delivers the goods once again with this gratuitous guitar lesson in which one of their skilled teachers demonstrates a quick one-string guitar lick that entails the legato technique.

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The unique aspect of guitar lessons with Alejandra is that often plays the guitar lick a few times and at varying tempos.

Guitar Control.com, the U.S. based musical company, continues catering to guitarists all over the world via the internet with this guitar lesson that is fitting for those who would like to learn how to play legato on guitar. It features the extraordinary Alejandra Mesliuk, who happens to be one of the newest teachers on their growing team.

This is actually Alejandra’s second lesson with Guitar Control and her first one can be found in the company’s You Tube archives. She is a formally trained and versatile guitarist that is more than capable in several categories of music, including rock and folk. Her tutorials are perfect for people that want to add to or improve their guitar chops.

Legato is basically playing notes that are close together by using a hammer-on or pull-off instead of picking or plucking the string and in fact, the Italian term actually translates to “tied together.” It’s considered a useful and often even essential skill for any serious guitarist to have and that’s why this sort of exercise can be an excellent form of practice for most guitar players, regardless of the type of music they prefer.

The unique aspect of guitar lessons with Alejandra is that often plays the guitar lick a few times and at varying tempos. This way, the viewer can get a better idea of what she is doing and gradually increase their speed at a comfortable pace. Additionally, legato lick tabs are provided for extra help which show where the fingers should go on the fretboard.

So, in this day and age, if someone is searching for lead guitar lessons, as long as they have internet access, they don’t have to look very far to find them. Plus, a lot of them are also free like this one. In fact, Guitar Control currently has nearly 300 videos on You Tube alone, and they keep on adding to their arsenal of instruction almost everyday!

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