The team at Guitar Control.com keeps em’ coming with this lead guitar lesson that concentrates on utilizing a technique called sweep picking.
(PRWEB) June 27, 2013
The team at Guitar Control.com keeps em’ coming with this lead guitar lesson that concentrates on utilizing a technique called sweep picking. The instructor in this clip is Cameron Rasmussen and he is actually the newest teacher with the company. Furthermore, this one is the latest in his run of consecutive video clips that cover various types of picking techniques, and the previous few can be found on You Tube as well.
Since sweep picking exercises can be somewhat challenging especially at high speeds, it’s a good idea to start slowly and then proceed to pick up the pace while practicing them. Also, a capable teacher is always important and Cameron is certainly qualified for these kinds of guitar lessons, as speed and lead guitar seems to be his specialty. However, he doesn’t move too fast in his tutorials, so most skill levels of guitarists should at least be able to understand what he’s saying and follow what he’s playing.
This particular lesson lasts for around four minutes and entails a couple of sweep picking riffs that should be able to keep someone busy for a little while, especially beginners or those that are new to this sort of playing style. Plus, these clips can of course be viewed unlimitedly, an aspect that can be essential just like the pause and rewind buttons. In addition, sweep picking tabs are available in order to show where the fingers should go on the fretboard.
In today’s world whenever someone wants to learn something about the six-string, whether it’s picking techniques or practically anything else, the company called Guitar Control may be able to help. Considering that they already have over 315 free video clips on You Tube, as well as a long list of low cost DVD sets that cover different categories, there’s bound to be a bit of useful information to be found among their musical arsenal for almost any guitarist!