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Chris Broderick looks at adapting keyboard-style arpeggios to fretboard tapping. Part 1 | Part 2
Andy Aledort breaks down the technique of Gary Moore, who died three years ago today.
Guitar World presents the top 50 stomp boxes, devices and processors of all time.
John 5 takes a look at a country-influenced hybrid-picking technique.
In this month's edition of "Metal For Life," Metal Mike Chlasciak shows you how to get the most out of high-pitched natural harmonics.
In the following video, Guitar World's Paul Riario reviews the Recording King ROS-06 acoustic guitar.
In the following video, Guitar World's Paul Riario reviews the Framus AK 1974 electric guitar.
In this month's edition of "Talkin' Blues," Musicians Institute instructor Keith Wyatt shows you everything you need to know to play ragtime guitar like Blind Blake.
In this month's edition of "Hole Notes," Musicians Institute instructor Dale Turner examines Tommy Emmanuel's acoustic techniques.
In this video, Chris Rubey of the Devil Wears Prada shows you how to play the intro riff from song "Born to Lose" off their new album, Dead Throne, which is available now.
In the following videos, Iced Earth's Jon Schaffer and Troy Seele show you how to play the title track to their new album, Dystopia, which is due out on October 18 via Century Media Records.
Individual download links for all videos associated with the December 2011 issue.
In the following videos, Guitar World's Paul Riario reviews the new Maxon SM9Pro+ Super Metal Distortion Pedal. Check out the "Sounds" video for the product demo, and "Features" to check out the product details and get our final verdict!
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