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Andy Aledort breaks down the technique of Gary Moore, who died three years ago today.
John 5 takes a look at a country-influenced hybrid-picking technique.
Chris Broderick looks at adapting keyboard-style arpeggios to fretboard tapping. Part 1 | Part 2
Guitar World presents the top 50 stomp boxes, devices and processors of all time.
In the latest installment of his Guitar World column, "Metal For Life," Metal Mike Chlasciak shows you how to traverse the fretboard using the minor pentatonic scale.
In the latest edition of his Guitar World column, "Chop Shop," Rob Zombie guitarist John 5 shows you how to develop a natural, flowing picking rhythm when performing banjo rolls.
In the August edition of "Hole Notes," Dale Turner takes a look at the "acoustic thrash" techniques of the late Michael Hedges.
All your disc content from the August 2011 issue of Guitar World
n this series of videos that compliment his August 2001 Guitar World column, Andy Aledort shows you how to add flavor to your solo improvisations using chromatic passing tones.
In this series of videos, classical guitarist Milos Karadaglic talks about his background and influences, demonstrates a variety of playing techniques, discusses the difference between classical and flamenco guitar and more!
In the following video, Guitar World's Andy Aledort introduces this month's "In Deep" column with a look at the solo in the Beatles' classic, "Something."
Texas-based instrumental band stops by the Guitar World studios to show you how to play the song "Whales"
Download links for all July 2011 issue videos.
The new July 2011 issue of Guitar World magazine has a new look and size.
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