Currently, no matter what kind of guitar lessons a person is looking for, it’s more than likely they’ll find it online.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) May 08, 2013
The most recent addition to Guitar Control’s collection of complimentary clips is basically a jazz guitar lesson, although it should actually be a suitable exercise for any sort of guitarist. Furthermore, to be specific, this four-minute video is especially ideal for people that are ready to learn how to play Freddie Green on guitar.
For those folks that aren’t formally “schooled” in jazz or have never heard of Mr. Green, he was a popular guitarist on the scene back in the day when he was part of the now legendary Count Basie Big Band. In fact, he was undoubtedly an essential piece of the rhythm section and is still considered to be one of the best jazz guitar players of all-time.
Jon MacLennan is the easy-to-follow and more-than-capable instructor in this guitar lesson that is not only free, but it also doesn’t take much time to view either. However, it entails a chord progression that is not only fun, but it can be attempted by almost anyone with basic skills. Also, there are jazz guitar tabs for additional assistance and the video can of course be viewed over and over again.
Currently, no matter what kind of guitar lessons a person is looking for, it’s more than likely they’ll find it online. This is due to companies like Guitar Control with their low priced DVDs and frequent tutorial treats that are proven to be effective learning tools. So today, it seems that with a six-string in cyberspace, a person can go quite a long way!