Announcement: Lead Guitar Lesson in the Style of Richie Kotzen is Online

Guitar Control, the online musical instruction company that produces online guitar lessons and low cost DVD tutorials, has released yet another complimentary clip that teaches a rock lick by the acclaimed guitarist, singer and songwriter, Richie Kotzen.

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So, whether it’s licks in the style of Richie Kotzen that someone would like to learn, or something else entirely, these online lessons can be just the free ticket.

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) May 15, 2013

The guitar lesson specialists at Guitar Control.com have just added another video to their vast You Tube collection that features one of their top teachers, Silvio Gazquez. In this clip he plays a fast double barring riff in D minor on the electric guitar that emulates the sound of American musician, Richie Kotzen.

Silvio is an accomplished guitarist from Argentina that likes to teach as well as play and this is actually the latest in what he calls his Lick of the Day Series. It involves a quick pentatonic lick that entails a double barring technique, so it is geared more towards lead guitarists. Playing a double bar simply requires covering 2 or 3 strings with 1 finger, and there is also a little legato which is otherwise known as a hammer-on and pull-off.

Richie Kotzen is a renowned and respected musician that may be best known for being in the rock bands Poison and Mr. Big. However, he is also an accomplished solo artist that has recorded his own songs and created his own signature style of guitar playing, which is exemplified in this clip. Furthermore, he is still recording and performing today.

So, whether it’s licks in the style of Richie Kotzen that someone would like to learn, or something else entirely, these online lessons can be just the free ticket. In addition, Guitar Control offers more in-depth information on their DVDs that are available for delivery to almost anywhere. Given all these exceptional options nowadays it kind of makes one stop and wonder; shouldn’t everyone be playing the guitar?


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