Guitar Techniques February 1998
May 14 2016
Guitar Techniques February 1998 PDF and Mp3 CD complete issue, cover to cover. Take the UK’s foremost guitar teachers and players, and transfer their finesse and passion for music into a magazine! The magazine has established itself with guitarists who wish to better themselves as musicians in both the UK, Europe and as far afield as the USA and Hong Kong! When it comes to choosing music, GT’s Abba to Zappa policy means that there’s always something for everyone! Future Music brings you the most in-depth news and reviews from respected industry professionals. We’ll also give you all the advice you need to get the most from your current set-up, and interviews with musicians at the cutting-edge of technology.
Guitar Techniques February 1998 contents:
- Scott Gorham – Some golden memories from Thin Lizzy’s ace guitarist!
- Phil Hilborne’s A-Z Of Great Riffs – Q is for Queensryche – Part 2 More riffs from the ultimate American rockers
- Geoff’s Blues: First position fire-power with some open string blues licks!
- Unplugged: In the 70s, countless youngsters got all misty-eyed with John Martyn’s “May You Never” and their first girlfriend
- Main Transcription: Condition your hair, open your shirt and give Thin Lizzy’s “Still In Love With You” all you’ve got
- Jazz Standard: Frank Evans’ swansong with his very own composition: “Waltz For Django”
- Beyond Rock: This month Shaun Baxter has a solo study in the style of fusion guitarist Pat Martino
- Smash Hit: Stevie Winwood and the Spencer Davis Boys set “discoteques” alight in the 60s with “Keep On Running”. You can play it too, with the benefit of the GT backing track and lesson.
- Taylor Made: It’s easy to write your own arrangements of your favourite tunes. Martin Taylor shows you how
- Hot Country – Everybody needs good neighbors – especially Lee Hodgson!
- GT Tips – Put a bit of spice in your playing. Master the art of the vibrato with this hands-on extravaganza from Jamie Humphries
Original CD mp3 Tracks included
Text Format PDF, 75 pages