Popular guitar blog has released a new post featuring arpeggio lessons for rhythm and lead playing. Guitar players will learn new techniques to solo on guitar.
Online PR News – 04-January-2012 – – Mike Sunderlin of Mike’s Guitar Talk has published a new post on his blog about playing arpeggios on guitar. Sunderlin shares this lesson with all guitarists hoping to change up their acoustic guitar technique and add new licks to their solo playing. The advice Sunderlin collected works for beginner, intermediate or advanced guitarists and offers new approaches to arpeggios on guitar. Sunderlin shares all this and so much more for free on his blog at http://mikesguitartalk.com. His latest post about guitar arpeggios is found at http://mikesguitartalk.com/2012/01/how-to-play-arpeggios-on-guitar.html.
According to Sunderlin, “Arpeggios have always been a source of confusion for new guitar players. In reality, arpeggios are easy to learn and play with the right direction.
I pulled together a series of arpeggio lessons from some great guitarists that should offer practice techniques so you can incorporate them in your own playing.”
“Arpeggios can be used to replace strumming for rhythm guitar and are very popular in guitar solos,” Sunderlin says. “Take a look at the articles and videos below to learn how to play arpeggios.”
Sunderlin has written about many other guitar-related topics at Mike’s Guitar Talk. Readers should subscribe at http://www.mikesguitartalk.com/ to receive guitar information in your inbox every day. Readers can join friends at Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Mikes-Guitar-Talk/208529755864772 too. Readers will see yesterday’s press release about finger picking lessons for guitar at http://www.onlineprnews.com/news/195607-1325551651-readers-get-finger-picking-lessons-for-guitar-at-mikes-guitar-talk.html/.
About Mike Sunderlin and Mike’s Guitar Talk
Mike Sunderlin is a musician that hopes to share his experience with guitarists all over the world. The guitar information that Sunderlin releases will benefit guitar players of all ages and skill levels.