Guitar Techniques March 2007
Jan 11 2017
Guitar Techniques March 2007 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 2007 (#136) contents:
- Rocking Rhoads! With Flying V in hand Steve Allsworth guides you through the style of one rock’s most affectionately remembered geniuses…
- Rock’N’Roll Mayhem! Guns N’ Roses: Paradise City
- Steve Miller: The Joker. Learn to play a cool track from of one of the most popular pop-rockers of the 70’s. Martin Kennedy is your guide to doing in the Steve Miller way…
- Vince Gill Masterclass. Vince Gill is one of Nashville’s most successful and talanted artists who enjoys the respect of all his peers. This month, Andy Jones gets a private lesson from a shining light in country.
- The Coolest Cat. Join John Wheatcroft as he takes a look at the guitar style of the foot tappin’, boppin’, genre-hoppin’ Brian Setzer and his 17-piece orchestra
- Take A Journey Back. Forget the keyboards and weepy ballads. Rachael Wood takes a look at Neal Schon, the guitarist behind stadium rock giants, Journey.
- Soundgarden Style. Bursting with cool arpeggios and smart timings, Martin Kennedy explores the classic, heavy grunge style of Seattle’s Soundgarden. Let Thayil be rock!
- A chorus line. This month Dario Cortese takes a look at one of the most common pedals since the late 70s. Used and abused in the 80s, it’s now due for a revival. It’s the chorus pedal!
- Riff Like Nevermore. Plug in your axe, crank up the volume and explore the dynamic riffs and soloing style of this Seattle-born modern metal band. Martin Goulding shows you the way.
- Allan Holdsworth: Chords. The sublime musicality and astonishing virtuosity of Allan Holdsworth puts him amongst the very greatest instrumentalists of any era. This month, Pete Callard is reaching for the uncommon chord.
- Odd Time Signatures. If you thought 5/4 and 7/8 were interesting, wait till you start dealing with large odd numbers. Shaun Baxter shows you how to tackle some big, scary time signatures.
- Rhythm King. In the first a two-part rhythm special, John Wheatcroft gets a lesson in guitar drumming from the groove-tastic John Butler.
- Dave Matthews Style. Despite being a huge name on the US acoustic circuit, Dave Matthews is a relative unknown in the UK. Something that’s about to change, says Stuart Ryan.
- RGT Grade 5 – Chords. RGT Examinations Director Tony Skinner takes a look at the chords set for the RGT Grade 5 electric guitar exam, and explains how they should be played.
Original CD mp3 Tracks included.
Text Format PDF, 68 pages