Guitar Technique

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April-May 2013
Ryan Buckner

Buckner`s recent conversation with Tom Hess offers guitar practice tips.

April-May 2013
Mike Philippov

How to remember the notes on guitar once and for all and become a more creative guitarist in the process.

June-July 2013
Mike Campese: The Fire Within

Two for one - a Bach excerpt arranged for guitar, along with some timeless advice.

June-July 2013
Tom Hess Opus 2

Have you ever had a hard time getting your guitar students to make significant progress from one lesson to the next? There is a simple adjustment you can make.

June-July 2013
Mike Philippov

Here is a method to find out how much your vibrato has improved over the last 6-12 months of playing guitar.

June-July 2013
Tommaso Zillio

There is a simple way to learn music theory (more than one in fact).

June-July 2013
Jeremy Rouse

Combining fretted notes with sustaining open strings underneath gives the illusion that the guitar has more strings than just six sometimes.

June-July 2013
Paul Kleff

Paul Kleff offers a simple, orderly way to analyze songs and reduce them into small, easily-practiced parts that can be mastered individually and then assembled into the complete song.

August-September 2013
Tom Hess Opus 2

The reality is, you don`t have to settle for limited financial gains in your guitar teaching business.

August-September 2013
Mike Campese: The Fire Within

Mike is back with the second part of a Bach excerpt arranged for guitar.

August-September 2013
Tommaso Zillio

The CAGED system as is commonly taught has a number of problems that prevent you to reach your full potential.

August-September 2013
Sam Dawson

UK-based guitarist Sam Dawson will help to eliminate beginning fears and get you playing some picking patterns in no time.

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