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Andy Aledort breaks down the technique of Gary Moore, who died three years ago today.
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.
John 5 takes a look at a country-influenced hybrid-picking technique.
In this video, Guitar World's Paul Riario reviews the Guild F-50 Standard acoustic steel-string guitar.
In the October edition of "Talkin' Blues," Musicians Institutes' Keith Wyatt continues his look at jazz-blues soloing.
In the October edition of "Metal For Life," Metal Mike takes a close-up look at the black and death metal styles of Scandinavia.
In the October edition of "Hole Notes," Dale Turner is your guide to the infectious, intricate fingerstyle patterns of the late, great Elliot Smith.
These videos are bonus content related to the October 2011 issue of Guitar World. Check out this month's issue for full tabs, transcriptions and lessons. You can but the issue on our online store here.
Individual download links for all videos associated with the October 2011 issue.
In this series of videos, Los Lonely Boys guitarist Henry Garza shows you how to play their song "Rockpango" from their new album of the same name.
In this series of videos, Australian fingerpicking ace Joe Robinson talks about playing jazz, right hand technique and bebop and how to get into good, effective practice habits.
Individual download links for all videos associated with the September 2011 issue.
In the following video, Roland gives you an unprecedented look into the construction of their famed Cube Amp series.
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