Guitar Techniques April 2017
Guitar Techniques April 2017 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 April 2017 (#267) contents:
- All The Blues Chords... you'll ever need! Thought there were only three, huh? Well think again: there are loads of brilliant chords to use in blues, so read this lesson if you want to become the coolest blues rhythm guy around!
- Jazz-Rock & Fusion. Cracking the code. Jazz-rock ideas can take your playing into highly sophisticated realms. This article, originally from GT176, is your ultimate lesson in fusion.
- Edward Elgar. Land Of Hope And Glory. Bridget Mermikides arranges and transcribes this British composer's most famous work, as used to close the Last Night Of The Proms.
- Blues. Les Davidson gets to grips with the touch, tone and taste of the awesome Larry Carlton!
- Rock. Martin Cooper has his Gibson Explorer and delay pedal ready, to bring you U2' The Edge.
- Hard Rock. Charlie Griffiths introduces the twin-guitar assault of NWOBHM legends, Judas Priest.
- Jazz. John Wheatcroft believes that Nat 'King' Cole's guitarist Oscar Moore was one of the very best.
- Acoustic. Stuart Ryan is intrigued by the chords and changes in George Harrison's post-Beatles work - his 'All Things Must Pass' era...
- Creative Rock. Shaun Baxter begins a new mini-series that explores four-note Mixolydian arpeggios.
- Chord Camp. Iain Scott covers the much-discussed CAGED system (Major chords) in this month's lesson.
- In The Woodshed. Charlie Griffiths goes down the the shed to discover how to hybrid pick with the inclusion of the oft-neglected fourth finger.
- Video Masterclass Part 3. Aynsley Lister finishes his highly popular video masterclass series with a superb Freddie King, BB King or Peter Green style slow 8-bar blues.
Text Format PDF, 100 pages. Original CD mp3 Tracks included. Video lesson enclosed.