This is the latest in Guitar Control’s recent run of reggae lessons, and the others can also be found on You Tube among their video clips which currently total over 300.
Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) June 05, 2013
The crew at Guitar Control continues to crank out complimentary videos with this reggae guitar lesson. In this clip, Claude Johnson shows how to play Stir It Up, the sweet song by Bob Marley and The Wailers from the 1973 album called Catch A Fire. This lesson is fitting for folks that want to learn how to play guitar rhythm as well, as it contains some unique strumming action.
This is the latest in Guitar Control’s recent run of reggae lessons, and the others can also be found on You Tube among their video clips which currently total over 300. This extra long lesson actually lasts for over 11 minutes, so it contains a lot of information that may be useful for many guitarists, including rhythm guitar advice as well as reggae guitar tips.
Claude Johnson, the capable instructor in this clip is also the president of the company. He has an exceptional way of explaining things along with an easy going approach to teaching that makes his lessons fun to watch and easy to follow. Also, the videos can of course be viewed unlimitedly on You Tube which is ideal when studying the six-string.
Lately, Guitar Control has been on a Bob Marley binge, as this is their 3rd lesson in the past few weeks to feature one of his many phenomenal songs. Although Bob left us at an early age in 1981, he also left behind some of the best music of the 20th century and his influence will undoubtedly live on forever.
Also, for those that require additional reggae guitar lessons, the company recently released a DVD entitled Reggae Roots Guitar Secrets, which is available via their website. The teacher is Steve Golding, a renowned, respected and seasoned guitarist that specializes in reggae music and therefore, it’s already receiving thumbs up reviews.
Presently, when it comes to learning something like how to play reggae on guitar or basically anything else about this enchanting instrument, someone doesn’t have to go any further than cyberspace. Between their vast collection of online video clips which are free, and their big selection of low priced guitar lessons on DVD, this is one company that has a lot of great info to offer, most definitely!