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Hole Notes: The Acoustic Guitar Technique of Steve Morse

This month in "Hole Notes," Musicians Institute instructor Dale Turner tries to crack Steve Morse's elusive acoustic code.

Hole Notes: The Chord and Rhythm Patterns of Django Reinhardt

In this month's "Hole Notes," Musician's Institute instructor Dale Turned takes a look at artistry of guitar great and inventor of "gypsy jazz," Django Reinhardt. Because his famed quintet, Hot Club of France, didn't have a percussionist, the rhythmic patterns and chord choices in Django's unique brand of jazz were of paramount importance.

Hole Notes: A Look at the Acoustic Techniques of Steve Howe

This month's installment of "Hole Notes" features Musicians Institute instructor Dale Turner taking a close-up look at the many facets of Yes guitarist Steve Howe's acoustic guitar artistry.

Hole Notes: John Lennon's Acoustic Technique

This month's edition of "Hole Notes" feature Musicians Institute instructor Dale Turner taking a lot at the acoustic artistry of the great John Lennon.

Hole Notes: Tommy Emmanuel's Acoustic Techniques

In this month's edition of "Hole Notes," Musicians Institute instructor Dale Turner examines Tommy Emmanuel's acoustic techniques.

Dale Turner: Hole Notes (November 2011)

In this month's edition of Hole Notes, Dale Turner tackles the fingerstyle techniques and ferocious strums of former Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist John Frusciante.

John Frusciante Lesson: How to Play Like a Chili Pepper, Part 1

Well, it could be anything. A lot of times it's a chord progression [Fig. 1], or just some groove. Around the time we were writing By the Way, I'd always be coming in with chord progressions like that-ones that have a real open, "human" sound to them. Something like that might end up being a section to a song. But sometimes those things don't go anywhere; they just go into the air. And I never remember anything, unless it's a thing I've justbeen doing. So I use a tape recorder a lot to record ideas.

Dale Turner: Hole Notes (October 2011)

In the October edition of "Hole Notes," Dale Turner is your guide to the infectious, intricate fingerstyle patterns of the late, great Elliot Smith.

Dale Turner: Hole Notes (September 2011) Video

In the latest edition of "Hole Notes," Dale Turner explores Al Di Meolo's "lickety-split" Latin strumming rhythms.

Dale Turner: Hole Notes (August 2011) Video

In the August edition of "Hole Notes," Dale Turner takes a look at the "acoustic thrash" techniques of the late Michael Hedges.