GuitarControl.com Founder Reveals More Tips for Supercharged Lead Guitar Soloing in New Tutorial DVD to be Released Sept. 4

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Adding to its popular line of lead guitar DVDs, GuitarControl.com will release “Supercharged Soloing Made Simple” on Sept. 4.

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The program offers insights on guitar performance and techniques from a new perspective that the guitarist calls fluency.

Hosted by ace guitarist and GuitarControl.com founder Claude Johnson, the program offers insights on guitar performance and techniques from a new perspective that the guitarist calls fluency. “Supercharged Soloing Made Simple” builds mastery through position shifting, three-notes-per-string riffs, rhythmic playing, tapping, hammering, and bending, as well as Johnson’s special “new sweep” and “double pivot” techniques.

In a second online video preview, Johnson gives a sneak peek into some of the supercharged techniques from the DVD that can be applied to both blues guitar solos and rock guitar performance. Using a Slash-like tone, he first demonstrates a flashy blues lick in the root position of A pentatonic that involves both sweeping and a triplet pull-off. A second lick, in the key of D at the tenth fret, shows bending and downward slides in both stepwise and intervallic moves. Johnson concludes the lead guitar lesson with a blazing three-notes-per-string hammer-on and tapping lick in D.

This free online excerpt appears at http://www.youtube.com/guitarcontrol under the title “More Killer Lead Guitar Licks from Supercharged Soloing.” The site also features lessons from many other GuitarControl.com teachers.

GuitarControl.com, a leader in online music education, is the brainchild of Philadelphia guitarist Claude Johnson. Since its launch in 2004, the site has offered lessons taught by virtuosos in styles ranging from rock, metal and blues to jazz, bluegrass and country to classical, flamenco and fingerstyle acoustic. Its many DVD courses, include Rock Riffs Made Simple, Larry Coryell Jazz, Wicked Chicken Pickin’ Chops, How to Play Smokin’ Blues Guitar, Killer Lead Guitar Made Simple and Gospel Guitar, as well as courses for singers, drums, bass and keyboard, and music software, song collections and jam tracks.

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