Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) June 01, 2013
The online musical instruction company Guitar Control has released yet another guitar lesson that features one of their teachers, Claude Johnson, playing the timeless tune by music legend Bob Marley called No Woman, No Cry. Since it’s an acoustic song with a nice reggae chord progression, this could basically be considered a rhythm guitar lesson.
Funny enough, Mr. Johnson is not just an instructor with the company, he also happens to be the founder. His guitar lessons are usually very fun and informative which is probably due to his easy going approach and the way in which he explains things. So, he seems to know what he’s doing, and he really should considering he’s actually been studying the six-string for over 20 years.
This particular lesson lasts for nearly five minutes and it entails Claude playing the entire song one piece at a time. A notable thing about this sort of learning is that since it’s on video, the clip can of course be viewed unlimitedly, which can certainly come in quite handy. Also, reggae guitar tabs are available so that the viewer can see precisely where to position their fingers on the fretboard.
In addition to guitar lessons like these, Guitar Control also offers low cost DVDs that focus on specific categories. So for those who are looking for even more reggae guitar tips, they recently released a new set titled Reggae Roots Guitar Secrets. In fact, the keen and qualified instructor on the set is Steve Golding, a renowned and respected reggae artist who has actually played and performed with Peter Tosh and Bob Marley.
Currently, because of companies like Guitar Control and free lessons such as this, pretty much anyone with an internet connection can learn almost anything about the six-string, including how to play reggae on guitar. In fact, when equipped with online access and the ambition, anybody can now become a musician from the comfort of their own home!