Guitar Techniques March 2002
Sep 05 2016
Guitar Techniques March 2002 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 March 2002 contents:
- Rock guitar made easy – Nail those pentatonic hammers and pulls just like Paul Gilbert Jamie Humphries takes it from the beginning
- 10 les Paul Licks – A master of cheeky jazz runs and tricks, everyone can take some inspiration from our Les Especially our Guthrie
- Peter Green: Need Your Love So Bad – A classic tone for a classic tune. Geoff Whitehorn revises Mac’s finest-hour
- Lenny Kravitz: Rock & Roll Is Dead – Fair bristling with funky chunky retro vibe, Kravitz proves he can sling with the best
- Ozzy Osbourne & Randy Rhoads: Crazy Train – And so came the ’80s metal legend. And that’s just Phil Hilborne! We pull apart Randy Rhoads’ seminal slab of solid steel
- Van Morrison: Moondance – Eric Roche sprinkles the magic dust on Van The Man’s second most famous tune. Have we told you lately that this one’s much better?
- Anton Diabelli: Minuet In C – Like Randy to Ozzy, Anton was axe man to the stars, Separate Sherbet and Schubert here
- Blues mutations IV – Steely Dan, sir? Or perhaps Robben Ford. Step this way
- Neo-classical rhythm – A beginner’s guide to Schenker and Malmsteen rhythm
- Folk fingerstyle – James Taylor is a God of the acoustic guitar. So join David Mead as we steel a few divine licks and tricks
- Session styles – Five minutes with Lukather arpeggios
- Metal soloing – Harmonic minor and Phrygian dominant scales. Who’s a lucky lot then?
Original CD mp3 Tracks included
Text Format PDF, 79 pages