Guitar Techniques January 2007 (#134)

Jul 31 2011

Guitar Techniques January 2007 (#134)

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 January 2007 (#134) contents:

  • AC/DC: Back in black. Thunder From Down Under.
  • Paul Simon: Anji. Ode to a girl called Angie, Angi or Anji…
  • Drop-Shred Gorgeous! In this special feature John Wheatcroft takes a look at the one musical style that’s guaranteed to get the GT letters bag bulging – neoclassical shred!
  • Frank Marino Style. For this month’s blues lesson John Wheatcroft takes a look at the inspirational Canadian rock legend Frank Marino, whose hospitalization at 13 sparked a love affair with the guitar
  • Living in harmony. In his continuing bid to master every rock guitar lick ever recorded, Jonny Scaramanga tackles the twin-guitar assault of the mighty Wishborne Ash…
  • Organ – ise your comping! Danny Gatton was the master of many jaw-dropping guitar techniques including an unusual Hammond B-3 organ imitation. Martin Kennedy takes a close look at this style.
  • Recording effects. The compressor is something of a misunderstood stomp box. It’s not like the Turbo-Mega-Distortion; it’s a bit more subtle than that. Dario Cortese tries to unravel some of its secrets.
  • Opeth Sesame! In the second of his new series on modern metal, Martin Goulding looks at a band from Sweden that’s not won the Eurovision Song contest and thankfully is never likely to!
  • The Altered Scale part 2. Pete Callard continues his exploration of the modes of Melodic minor with a further look at one of the key scales in jazz – the Altered scale.
  • Odd Time Signatures. Enter the weird and wonderful world of irregular rhythms with Shaun Baxter as we start a series of articles devoted to playing in odd time by looking at the concept of simple time
  • Guitar Man and US Male! This Month Stuart Ryan takes a look at the acoustic guitar work of Georgia-born Jerry Reed Hubbard, one of the all-time country-picking greats…
  • Keep On Truckin’. Following last month’s Derek Trucks transcription, Guthrie Govan gets a masterclass from the world’s most talked about slide guitarist…
  • Albert Lee Masterclass. In his last of a three-part video series on hot country picking, Lee Hodgson checks out some of Albert Lee’s leanest, meanest chops…
  • RGT Grade Five: Scales. In the first of this nine-part series, Registry of Guitar Tutors director Tony Skinner explains what you need to do to make the Grade Five grade.

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7 comments

  1. SantaSangre /

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  2. usermuser /

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  3. JoseChiky /

    Thanks!Any chance of getting some video from Pat Donohue?

  4. ronfsdl /

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  5. alansnif /

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  6. Crawford /

    Thansk for giving me a chance to learn some jerry reed.

    LC

  7. Tony /

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