Music News: Guitar Lesson with a Nice Blues Riff is Now Ready

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The musical instruction company known as Guitar Control has another new release in the form of a video guitar lesson that conveys a few cool moves which some students may be able to use, especially those who would like to learn how to play the blues.

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As a number of guitar lessons are geared for different skill levels of players, this one could probably be considered a little bit beyond the beginner level, however not too far.

The team at Guitar Control.com continues their main mission of teaching the guitar to everyone, everywhere via online videos, as they just posted another complimentary clip that features one of their many talented teachers, Jon MacLennan. Jon is a regular with the company and he also happens to be an excellent instructor, and this time around he has an exceptional blues guitar lesson that’s for anyone in cyberspace with a six-string.

As a number of guitar lessons are geared for different skill levels of players, this one could probably be considered a little bit beyond the beginner level, however not too far. Nevertheless, a challenge is always good as people can of course learn a lot when they push themselves and for some, a clip like this may be perfect for just that purpose.

Though this particular clip is less than three minutes long, it covers a good amount of information within that small amount of time, so it may be well worth the watch for many guitarists. It entails a 12 bar blues guitar riff in G7, so it is somewhat basic but Jon throws in his own ideas and advice while explaining the blues chord progressions that he’s playing. Also, blues guitar tabs are provided for additional assistance.

This is Guitar Control’s latest online release and recently they’ve been on a record run with these types of videos, which now total around 305 and can all be viewed on You Tube, not only for free but also unlimitedly. In addition, they have a large selection of DVDs that can be delivered to almost anybody’s doorstep. So considering this, it seems as though the company could also have called themselves Guitar Convenience!

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