Guitar Techniques June 2019
Guitar Techniques June 2019 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 June 2019 (#296) contents:
- Paul Gilbert. Not To Meander. We asked PG to play a solo over Jason’s new track, but he gave us a stupendous masterclass on creating and building a blues-rock solo.
- Celtic Guitar. Traditional folk styles. Stuart Ryan is a stunning traditional guitarist and he offers several short pieces in the folk styles of several Celtic nations to whet your appetite.
- The Lord's My Shepherd - Crimond. Arguments rage over who wrote the music to Psalm 23, that we all sang in school. Crimond is a beautiful piece and Bridget tabs it here.
- Lessons Introduction. Jason talks about how accompanying others is a skill that’s not to be taken lightly.
- 30-Minute Lickbag. Pat Heath has six new licks, from pretty easy to pretty advanced. The challenge has been laid!
- Blues. Phil Short looks at the style of Alvin Lee, who stunned Woodstock with Ten Years After.
- Rock. Martin Cooper examines the ‘metal meets hard rock’ style of Wales’s Bullet For My Valentine.
- Jazz. John Wheatcroft continues his series with a lesson on ‘comping’ or accompanying in jazz.
- Acoustic. Stuart Ryan has a companion article to his major Celtic feature as he re-examines the infectious style of African guitar.
- Psychedelic. Simon Barnard looks back at what many believe was Clapton’s finest hour: his time in Cream.
- Creative Rock. Shaun Baxter continues his series on creating mid-paced blues-rock solos in Mixolydian.
- Fretboard Fluency. Martin Goulding looks at developing solos from modes of Melodic Minor. This month Lydian b7.
- In The Woodshed. Charlie Griffiths has a great lesson that looks at playing slide guitar in standard tuning.
- Exclusive Video - Chris Corcoran. Jump Blues. Chris Corcoran plays this infectious blues-jazz-rockabilly style with effortless ease. So much so that you will definitely want to have a go.
Text Format PDF, 101 pages. Original CD mp3 Tracks included. Video lesson included.