Guitar Techniques Summer 2002 PDF

Guitar Techniques Summer 2002

Sep 29, 2023

Guitar Techniques Summer 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 Summer 2002 contents:

  • Rock guitar made easy - How to solo like Guns N' Roses' Slash using the major Pentatonic scale
  • Gary Moore: "Walking By Myself" - The born-again bluesman's Top 10 tips, plus a full transcription of this classic track
  • Freddie King: "San-Ho-Zay" - We go back to the early '60s to see how Freddie King inspired Clapton, Green et al...
  • Incubus: "Warning" - Currently one the biggest rock acts in the US, we look at Incubus's neat chordal ideas
  • Bumblefoot Masterclass: "Mafalda" - The artist formerly known as Ron Thal reveals his soloing secrets for a new track
  • Tom Petty: "Into The Great Wide Open" - Learn this slice of freeway-cruisin Americana - it may just make the sun come out!
  • Dionisio Aguado: "Study In G" - Short but sweet, this will help your fingerstyle technique no end...
  • The Guitar Gym - An alternate picking workout for the serious guitarist!
  • Blues Fingerstyle - Bored with your 12-bar blues? Not after this workshop from acoustic genius Eric Roche...
  • Rock Mutations IV - How to use the Lydian #2 mode to add some Zappa-esque swagger to your solos
  • Beginners - How to solo over last month's jazz blues progression
  • Country - Your quick-fix guide to modal string bending

Original CD mp3 Tracks included
Text Format PDF, 81 pages

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7 comments on “Guitar Techniques Summer 2002”

  1. The magazine is filled with exercises and transcriptions of parts ranging from simple to complex, which creates a great deal of variation for learning and understanding interesting techniques. But first I must start with the fact that although the magazine explains how to do certain techniques on the instrument, you should understand that the explanations are not always exhaustive in themselves, so you should be prepared that if you don't know some tones or rhythms, you should search the Internet for the correct way to do it, but this is about techniques, and this may cause another problem, you still need to understand by ear whether you are making the correct movements with the pick or fingers, although as for me it is good training for the ears.
    As for the master classes themselves, you shouldn't rely on the level of difficulty they write about, because their level of playing is much higher than just an average guitarist, but this doesn't apply to everyone either. So my first recommendation is to take the WorkShops because they will help you warm up and prepare for the massive solos that are here. Mafalda alone is worth a mention, as it really impresses with its rhythm and techniques, and the sound itself surprises you as to how you can play it at all. But with preparation, everything will be possible. The Workshops will help, and I found that will help you improve your game is Guitar Gym. You should pay attention to this series because it opens the way to complex songs and solos. Also, I want to say something unexpected for me: a really good exercise from classical music, even my music school teacher appreciated it, because it has a very good chord progression that creates a velvety sound on the acoustic guitar. So as a first step to acoustic music, I highly recommend it, because it's not difficult and interesting and gives you a different perspective on the guitar. And most importantly, there are tips for creating the right sound almost everywhere, which makes it easier to work and allows you to experiment with effects.

    In general, I have a pleasant impression of the release, because there is a lot of variation in the exercises and a real feeling of improvement after each song or exercise. However, I'll be honest, I haven't gone through everything yet, but I'm catching up because each genre is really well chosen. And I think you should also pay attention to this because the albums that are recommended to listen to take you on a journey through the past and how people perceived its development in general.

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