Guitar One September 2006
May 31 2012
Guitar One Magazine is an engaging, hands-on guide for guitarists eager to learn about their instruments and the guitarists they admire. The world’s greatest guitarists, bands, and music educators offer our readers exclusive interviews, feature lessons, tips and insights. For both the beginning players and the improving amateurs, Guitar One magazine will play with your mind and soul, help to expand your skill and appreciation. Guitar One gives readers tons of useful information on every page, including the most accurate and comprehensive sheet music available in both tablature and standard notation. Plus “Basic Training,” “Riff Box” and “Soloing Strategies,” which offer useful musical examples and insider tips that will take players to the next level. Guitar One September 2006 contents:
- Far From Standard – Fresh New Lines in D and G Tunings
- The Open Road – Cool Alternatives to Fully Fretted Chords
- Board Master – For 20 years, countless shredders have followed in Joe Satriani’s footsteps, copping his fluid legato work, zany whammy antics, and torrid tapfests. During that same period. Satch has followed only one thing – His Heart.
- John 5: Haute Coutry – Chicken pickin’ and shred are two tastes that taste great together.
- Vernon Reid – True Colour
- Guitar School Spectacular – Few Guitarists straddle the worlds of jazz and rock as ably as Larry Carlton. Here, Mr. 335 gives you a bit of both, plus ways to play over “that damn G13b9 chord”.
- Pearl Jam – Yellow Ledbetter
- 10 Years – Through The Iris
- Def Leppard – Rock of Ages
- Joe Satriani – Surfing With The Alien
- Acoustic Cafe: Red Headed Strummer – The Nylon-String Stylings of Willie Nelson
- Guitar Archives: Peter Green – The Fleetwod Mac Files, Part 1
- Basic Training: Quarter-Note Triplets – Add some Rhythmic Variety to Your Phrasing
- Return of The Shred: Nice Pecks – Two-Handed Tapping
- Last Licks – The Gatton is Good
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