Guy Pople

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August-September 2011

This month`s lead guitar element focuses on using the major scale to build other scales.

June-July 2011

Pursuing your lead guitar development by reducing the major scale to modes (or inversions) in the name of improvisation.

April-May 2011

Guy`s second column in a series for experienced guitarists with very little formal knowledge.

February-March 2011

Guy`s first column in a series for experienced guitarists with very little formal knowledge.

December-January 2010

In this installment of CAGED Arpeggios, Guy puts individual shapes to work in replicating chord progressions.

October-November 2010

Guy`s great way of acquiring some useful improvisational tools, improving your techniques, sharpening your position shifting, and discovering new chord shapes.

August-September 2010

Guy`s article designed for aspiring improvisers who are keen to break out of the pentatonic scale.

June-July 2010

Guy Pople shares his experiences with creating his own album with the Virtual Strangers cyberband.

April-May 2010

Here is a great way of acquiring some useful improvisational tools, improving your technique, and more.

December-January 2009

Guy talks about the odd, weird and even useful augmented chord.

April-May 2009

Guy`s reference spreadsheet for modes, chord scales and substitutions

December-January 2008

The lighter/darker side of the enigmatic diminished tritone, and its infamous interval, the b5th.

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Guy Pople is a music, education and multimedia specialist based in the UK`s North-West. He plays guitars, studies theory and runs St Annes Music in Lytham St. Annes, a one-stop shop for musicians on the Fylde coast of Lancashire. St Annes Music offers professional instruments, recording, tuition and accessories.

His live band Nomad is currently building up their original music. You can catch him
on Virtual Strangers.

Guy Pople

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