Announcement: Guitar Lesson for Rage Against the Machine Riff is Online

Guitar Control, the company that specializes in online guitar lessons and low cost DVDs, has just released another complimentary video clip that teaches a heavy -uty riff from the1992 song Guerilla Radio by the band Rage Against the Machine.

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Currently, they have over 280 videos on You Tube that cover a diverse selection of songs and subjects, all of which are free and can be viewed unlimitedly.

Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) May 10, 2013

Silvio Gazquez is the skilled guitarist in the latest lesson by Guitar Control.com, which might be just right for those who are interested in learning how to play riffs on guitar. In this video, Silvio the instructor demonstrates how to play Rage Against the Machine by rocking out one of their infamous riffs. It involves a couple of power chords that revolve around F# minor but it actually sounds a lot tougher than it is to play.

Rage Against the Machine is a rap metal band from Los Angeles, California that was formed in 1991. Their sound is pretty heavy and their lyrics are sometimes political, so it’s definitely not easy listening, however they have managed to sell more than 16 million records worldwide. This is because they are all talented musicians and their guitarist, Tom Morello, has a knack for coming up with riffs like the one featured in this lesson.

When it comes to online learning and finding information regarding the six-string, it seems like GuitarControl.com has a lot to offer. Currently, they have over 280 videos on You Tube that cover a diverse selection of songs and subjects, all of which are free and can be viewed unlimitedly. Furthermore, they have a team of talented teachers that take turns sharing their expertise and insights. So nowadays, all it really takes to become a guitarist is online access, oh yeah, and a guitar!


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