Guitar Techniques July 2015

Jan 26 2019

Guitar Techniques July 2015

Guitar Techniques July 2015 PDF and Mp3 CD download. 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! We take pride in providing the most accurate transcriptions around, and cover a full range of styles. Every month we feature full transcriptions of guitar songs and instrumentals in every genre, from blues and rock, to acoustic and jazz. All the music in the magazine is included on a cover-mounted audio CD, complete with backing tracks and video master class to let readers play along.

Guitar Techniques July 2015 (#245) contents:

  • Jam the Blues! 50 Years Of The Jam Band! We trace the evolution of Jam Bands, from the pioneering Grateful Dead to Phish and Ozric Tentacles.
  • Chet Atkins – Yakety Axe. Jon Bishop waxes lyrical about the country guitar version of that irresistible tune used in Benny Hill’s famous TV show.
  • 7th Arpeggio sweep picking. Sweep those arps! Paul Bielatowicz presents the ultimate sweep picking bootcamp with a selection of exercises and pieces using extended arpeggios.
  • Saint-Saens – Aquarium. Bridget Mermikides arranges and transcribes a famous piece by a much respected French composer for classical guitar.
  • Blues. Les Davidson looks at the Fabulous Thunderbird that is Jimmie Vaughan.
  • Rock. Martin Cooper highlights the essential 60s psychedelic rock style of Steppenwolf.
  • Creative Rock. Shaun Baxter continues to explore his string-pair cells and so should you!
  • Chops shop. Andy Saphir presents the second in his series of chops-building arpeggio exercises.
  • British R&B. Phil Capone on the hugely influential style of Pete Townshend and The Who.
  • Jazz. Jazzers Bucky and John Pizzarreli were seven stringers long before Nu Metal jumped on the bandwagon, says John Wheatcroft.
  • Acoustic. Stuart Ryan on the acoustic style of the quiet but very significant Beatle, George Harrison.
  • Music reading. Charlie Griffiths continues his series with a look at tempos and tempo changes.
  • Video Masterclass. Carl Verheyen part 6. Carl delivers yet another jaw-dropping first-take solo over a track he’s never before heard!

 

Text Format PDF, 100 pages. Original CD mp3 Tracks included. Video lesson enclosed.

 

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  1. salsal /

    Thank you very much You are so Great I love GT Magazine

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