Blues Guitar Lesson in the Style of Jimmy Page is Online

Guitar Control.com continues their monumental musical instruction mission with this complimentary lesson that contains a cool blues guitar riff in the classic style of the great Jimmy Page.

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Though the guitar lesson lasts for only 3 minutes, it does give Jon just enough time to teach the blues guitar riff that is entailed.

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) June 12, 2013

The unstoppable six-string instructors at Guitar Control are at it again with this their most recent release that should basically be good for anybody who would like to learn how to play the blues. In fact, this blues guitar lesson is especially ideal for those that also like Led Zeppelin, because its purpose is to relay a Jimmy Page style riff.

The teacher in this clip is the talented Jon MacLennan, who has actually starred in many of this company’s tutorials. Not only is Jon an excellent guitarist, but he has a natural ability for clearly explaining how to play the six-string, so his videos are usually very easy to follow and understand. Therefore, students of nearly any skill level may benefit from his guitar lessons, as they can be an effective way to practice.

Furthermore, since he himself has been formally schooled in playing music, he certainly knows what’s up when it comes to this instrument. In addition, he’s a quite a versatile guitarist that happens to be proficient in a couple styles of music including jazz and bebop as well as the blues. Though this does fall into the category of standard blues chord progressions, Jon throws in a twist which makes it sound and feel a little bit different.

Though the guitar lesson lasts for only 3 minutes, it does give Jon just enough time to teach the blues guitar riff that is entailed. However, the viewer can take as long as they need to watch it, as these videos can of course be viewed unlimitedly, over and over again. Also, blues guitar tabs are included, which are a fundamental yet helpful form of music notation that uses dots to display where the fingers go on the fretboard.

So basically, with free lessons like these, it seems that cyberspace may now be the place to look for information on learning how to play the guitar. As long as companies such as Guitar Control keep cranking out the videos and low cost DVDs, there should soon be an unprecedented amount of capable guitar players all over the planet.


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