Guitar Control Announces a New Guitar Lesson in the Style of The Beatles

The online based musical instruction company Guitar Control has yet another free and informative video lesson that features one of their main teachers Jon MacLennan and focuses on a fun guitar chord progression in the classic style of The Beatles.

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Guitar lessons for beginners and artists at all other skill levels are abundant on the internet, therefore there is no good reason to NOT learn guitar anymore.

New york, New york (PRWEB) April 09, 2013

Due to the convenience of the internet, acquiring instant, relevant, and useful information has never been any easier than it is right now. It seems that this is especially true when it comes to learning a musical instrument such as the guitar, which is actually evident in this lesson that can even be viewed unlimitedly.

This video tutorial teaches a standard strumming pattern that contains four of the most basic guitar chords for beginners, which are G, D, E minor, and C. The lesson is also quite simple to understand because it starts out with a slower tempo in order for the viewer to see what’s going on, and then it begins to pick up the pace from there.

Of course, pretty much anyone who is music savvy has probably heard of The Beatles, as their undeniable influence on modern music is practically unparalleled. This is why guitar lessons like this one are usually enjoyed and appreciated. Although it’s an elementary exercise, it includes an upward guitar strum that gives it that Beatles style upbeat feel.

Guitar lessons for beginners and artists at all other skill levels are abundant on the internet, therefore there is no good reason to NOT learn guitar anymore. Efficient videos like this one can be considered a prime example of what is virtually available to anyone at anytime. That is as long as they have online access and oh yeah, a guitar might help!


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  • Claude Johnson
    Guitar Control
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