The adept instructor in this video is Alejandra Mesliuk, and she is actually a pretty new member of the team, as this is only her 5th tutorial with them.
Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) June 25, 2013
The team at Guitar Control continues their teaching mission with this lesson that’s about how to play chords on guitar, or more specifically open triads. Triads are simply chords that entail 3 notes and this clip involves playing a few different kinds of them, although they are all in the same key of C. Moreover, since they sound so nice and are an effective exercise as well, this should be a likeable lesson for basically anybody who is studying the guitar.
The adept instructor in this video is Alejandra Mesliuk, and she is actually a pretty new member of the team, as this is only her 5th tutorial with them. However, she has been passionately playing the six and seven string for several years now along with being formally trained in a couple categories of music. Therefore, she’s rather proficient on the fretboard and these lessons certainly reflect her extraordinary skills.
Triads may be considered a useful tool by many guitarists as they can sound divine yet they aren’t too difficult to play. Furthermore, the examples that Alejandra teaches in this clip are in the key of C major and she demonstrates variations including the root, the 5th interval, and the 3rd interval, all which may seem a bit technical for some, but even beginners should be able to try this. In addition, rhythm guitar tabs that show where the fingers go are included for further assistance.
Currently, thanks to the internet and companies like Guitar Control, there are some excellent options when it comes to taking guitar lessons. Not only does this company have well over 300 free videos such as this one on YouTube alone, but they also offer economical DVDs on various music styles and skill levels that can be delivered to nearly anywhere in the world. So considering all this, it seems that cyberspace may now the place to go for information on learning the guitar.