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Editor Laura B. Whitmore gives a run down and then plays an original song
Guitar legends choose the one song they'd most want to be remembered by — Part 1.
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Adding emphasis to certain beats can change the feel of the groove.
This audio is bonus content related to the April 2014 issue of Guitar World. For the full range of interviews, features, tabs and more, pick up the new issue on newsstands now or at our online store.
In the March edition of "Talkin' Blues," Musicians Institute instructor Keith Wyatt looks at the versatility of sixth and ninth chords.
February's "Hole Notes" column looks at the ways in which everyday speech patterns influence blues guitar playing, a concept called conversational phrasing.
In this month's "Talkin' Blues," Musicians Institute instructor Keith Wyatt shows you a useful, cool-sounding trick for self accompaniment, a technique called "dead thumb."
In those month's edition of Talkin' Blues, Musicians Institute instructor Keith Wyatt covers the ever-important art of matching the solo to the song.
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 the latest edition of his Guitar World column, "Talkin' Blues," Keith Wyatt gets into part 3 of his jazz/blues series where he covers adding passing chords and substitutions to a 12-bar progression.
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