This quick clip 2 minute is the latest in what Silvio calls the Lick of the Day Series. The lessons usually have him teaching the main guitar riff or lead lick from a well-known song.
(PRWEB) May 24, 2013
GuitarControl.com, the company that specializes in music instruction over the internet and also through their long list of low cost DVDs, has released another guitar lesson that is geared towards those that are looking to learn guitar riffs. It stars one of their talented teachers revealing how to play Rat Bat Blue, the rockin’ tune by Deep Purple.
Silvio Gazquez is the insightful instructor in this guitar lesson where he teaches the main guitar riff from the classic 1973 rock song Rat Bat Blue. Silvio is a highly capable and accomplished guitarist from Argentina who has actually been a finalist not once, but twice in the internationally recognized Guitar Idol competition.
This quick clip 2 minute is the latest in what Silvio calls the Lick of the Day Series. The lessons usually have him teaching the main guitar riff or lead lick from a well-known song. Therefore, his tutorials don’t take too long to view and they are straightforward and easy to follow. First he plays the riff at the regular tempo and then he plays it one more time at a much slower speed, this way the viewer gets a better idea of what he’s doing.
Deep Purple is one of the original hard rock bands that started back in 1968. Often referred to as the pioneers of this genre of music, they made some monumental records throughout their career. Although most people know their signature songs such as Smoke on the Water, Hush, and Woman from Tokyo, they of course had many other good songs like the one in this clip, and even though it wasn’t a big hit, it still packs a lot of punch!
The internet has opened a whole new world of learning for people all over the planet. This is especially true for folks that want to play the guitar, as now all they really need is a six-string, online access, and the drive it takes to succeed. Whether it’s how to play rhythm guitar or lead guitar, students at all skill levels may find the answer in cyberspace.