Announcement: Guitar Lesson on Intro to Yngwie Malmsteen Song is Online

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The musical instruction company that’s called Guitar Control.com has recently released another free online lesson that teaches how to play the introduction to the classic 1984 song entitled Black Star by the great guitarist Yngwie Malmsteen.

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Not only could this video be ideal for those that want to know how to play Yngwie Malmsteen material, but it should also be good for many classical guitar players.

Guitar Control continues their relentless run of complimentary tutorials with this one that features the intro to a tune by the neoclassical rocker Yngwie Malmsteen. The song is called Black Star and it’s an instrumental only track from his very first studio album titled Rising Force. The teacher in this clip is Alejandra, who is actually an extraordinary guitarist from Argentina and this could technically be considered a classical guitar lesson.

Not only could this video be ideal for those that want to know how to play Yngwie Malmsteen material, but it should also be good for many classical guitar players. Though everyone may not be familiar with this song, most players will appreciate the sound which is somewhat similar to a piece of work by Bach or even Vivaldi. In addition, this kind of riff can be an effective guitar exercise for increasing finger flexibility and overall fretboard knowledge.

Since this guitar lesson may be a little bit complex for some, especially beginners, it’s important to point out that classical guitar videos like this one can be viewed unlimitedly via You Tube. So, someone can watch it as many times as they want or until they have learned the entire lesson. Also, classical guitar tabs are available which is an easy to read form of music notation that show where the fingers are supposed to go.

Currently, considering the powerful combination of the internet and companies like Guitar Control, the number of ways in which people can learn the six-string is of course unprecedented. With their no cost guitar lessons on You Tube, which now total over 315, along with their low cost DVD sets that can be delivered nearly anywhere, this is one company that truly seems to care about the advancement of guitarists everywhere!

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