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How to Improve Your Guitar Playing with Guitar Techniques - February 2020 Edition


Learn New Guitar Skills with Guitar Techniques Magazine - February 2020 Issue




If you are a guitar enthusiast who wants to learn new skills, improve your playing, and discover new styles and genres, you should check out Guitar Techniques Magazine. This is a monthly publication that features expert lessons, tips, tricks, and advice from some of the best guitarists in the world. In this article, we will give you a sneak peek of what's inside the February 2020 issue of Guitar Techniques Magazine and why you should get your copy today.




Guitar Techniques – February 2020



What is Guitar Techniques Magazine?




Guitar Techniques Magazine is a magazine that is dedicated to helping guitar players of all levels and styles to improve their skills and enjoy their instrument. It was launched in 1994 and has since become one of the most popular and respected guitar magazines in the world. It covers a wide range of topics such as:


  • Guitar lessons for various genres such as rock, blues, jazz, metal, acoustic, classical, and more.



  • Guitar techniques for different aspects of playing such as rhythm, lead, fingerstyle, slide, tapping, sweep picking, and more.



  • Guitar gear reviews and recommendations for guitars, amps, pedals, accessories, and more.



  • Guitar interviews and profiles of famous and influential guitarists such as Eric Clapton, Jimi Hendrix, Eddie Van Halen, Slash, John Petrucci, and more.



  • Guitar transcriptions and tabs of classic and contemporary songs from various artists and bands.



  • Guitar news and events from the guitar world such as festivals, concerts, competitions, awards, and more.



Guitar Techniques Magazine is published by Future PLC and has a team of experienced and qualified guitar teachers and journalists who write the articles and lessons. It also has a panel of guest contributors who are renowned guitarists and experts in their fields. Some of the past and present contributors include Steve Vai, Joe Satriani, Paul Gilbert, Guthrie Govan, Andy Timmons, Martin Taylor, Tommy Emmanuel, and more.


What's Inside Guitar Techniques Magazine - February 2020 Issue?




The February 2020 issue of Guitar Techniques Magazine is packed with exciting and useful content for guitar players of all levels and styles. Here are some of the highlights of what you can find inside:


  • A cover feature on how to play like David Gilmour, the legendary guitarist of Pink Floyd. You will learn how to emulate his signature tone, style, and techniques such as bends, vibrato, slides, delay effects, and more. You will also get to play along with four backing tracks that are inspired by some of his most famous songs such as Comfortably Numb, Shine On You Crazy Diamond, Time, and Money.



  • A lesson on how to play blues-rock like Gary Moore, the Irish guitarist who was known for his fiery and expressive playing. You will learn how to combine blues scales, pentatonic scales, modes, arpeggios, and chromatic notes to create powerful solos and riffs. You will also get to play along with three backing tracks that are based on some of his most popular songs such as Still Got The Blues, Parisienne Walkways, and Out In The Fields.



A lesson on how to play jazz-fusion like Allan Holdsworth, the British guitarist who was regarded as one of the most innovative and influential guitarists of all time. You will learn how to use complex chords, scales, modes, intervals, legato technique


  • A lesson on how to play acoustic guitar like Tommy Emmanuel, the Australian guitarist who is known for his virtuosic and versatile fingerstyle technique. You will learn how to use percussive effects, harmonics, tapping, slapping, and more to create dynamic and rhythmic arrangements. You will also get to play along with two backing tracks that are inspired by some of his most famous songs such as Classical Gas and Angelina.



  • A lesson on how to play metal guitar like John Petrucci, the American guitarist who is the founder and leader of the progressive metal band Dream Theater. You will learn how to use alternate picking, sweep picking, string skipping, tapping, and more to create fast and melodic solos and riffs. You will also get to play along with two backing tracks that are based on some of his most popular songs such as Pull Me Under and Metropolis Pt. 1.



  • A lesson on how to play classical guitar like Julian Bream, the British guitarist who is considered one of the most influential and respected classical guitarists of all time. You will learn how to use proper posture, technique, tone, and expression to play classical pieces with elegance and grace. You will also get to play along with two backing tracks that are taken from some of his most famous recordings such as Bach's Lute Suite No. 4 and Villa-Lobos' Prelude No. 1.



  • A lesson on how to play rock guitar like Angus Young, the Australian guitarist who is the co-founder and lead guitarist of the hard rock band AC/DC. You will learn how to use power chords, pentatonic scales, bends, vibrato, and more to create catchy and energetic solos and riffs. You will also get to play along with two backing tracks that are inspired by some of his most iconic songs such as Back In Black and Highway To Hell.



  • A lesson on how to play funk guitar like Nile Rodgers, the American guitarist who is the founder and leader of the disco-funk band Chic. You will learn how to use muted strumming, syncopated rhythms, chord inversions, and more to create groovy and funky parts. You will also get to play along with two backing tracks that are based on some of his most famous songs such as Le Freak and Good Times.



  • A lesson on how to play country guitar like Brad Paisley, the American guitarist who is one of the most successful and acclaimed country artists of all time. You will learn how to use hybrid picking, chicken picking, double stops, bends, and more to create twangy and melodic solos and riffs. You will also get to play along with two backing tracks that are inspired by some of his most popular songs such as Mud On The Tires and Whiskey Lullaby.



  • A lesson on how to play jazz guitar like Wes Montgomery, the American guitarist who is widely regarded as one of the greatest and most influential jazz guitarists of all time. You will learn how to use octaves, chords, scales, modes, and more to create smooth and sophisticated solos and comping. You will also get to play along with two backing tracks that are based on some of his most famous songs such as Four On Six and West Coast Blues.



  • A lesson on how to play reggae guitar like Bob Marley, the Jamaican guitarist who is the most famous and influential reggae artist of all time. You will learn how to use skank strumming, offbeat accents, triads, and more to create rhythmic and catchy parts. You will also get to play along with two backing tracks that are inspired by some of his most iconic songs such as No Woman No Cry and Jamming.



  • A lesson on how to play flamenco guitar like Paco de Lucia, the Spanish guitarist who is considered one of the most important and revolutionary flamenco guitarists of all time. You will learn how to use rasgueado, picado, alzapua, tremolo, and more to create fiery and expressive parts. You will also get to play along with two backing tracks that are taken from some of his most famous recordings such as Entre Dos Aguas and Rio Ancho.



  • A lesson on how to play blues guitar like B.B. King, the American guitarist who is known as the King of the Blues and one of the most influential blues guitarists of all time. You will learn how to use minor pentatonic scales, blues scales, bends, vibrato, slides, and more to create soulful and emotive solos and riffs. You will also get to play along with two backing tracks that are based on some of his most classic songs such as The Thrill Is Gone and Sweet Little Angel.



  • A lesson on how to play pop guitar like Ed Sheeran, the British guitarist who is one of the most popular and successful pop artists of all time. You will learn how to use capos, loops, fingerstyle, chords, and more to create catchy and melodic parts. You will also get to play along with two backing tracks that are inspired by some of his most famous songs such as Shape Of You and Thinking Out Loud.



  • A lesson on how to play indie guitar like Johnny Marr, the British guitarist who is the co-founder and lead guitarist of the indie rock band The Smiths. You will learn how to use arpeggios, chords, effects, and more to create jangly and atmospheric parts. You will also get to play along with two backing tracks that are based on some of his most popular songs such as This Charming Man and How Soon Is Now.



  • A lesson on how to play folk guitar like Joni Mitchell, the Canadian guitarist who is one of the most influential and respected folk artists of all time. You will learn how to use alternate tunings, open tunings, fingerstyle, chords, and more to create rich and expressive parts. You will also get to play along with two backing tracks that are inspired by some of her most famous songs such as Big Yellow Taxi and A Case Of You.



  • A lesson on how to play punk guitar like Steve Jones, the British guitarist who is the co-founder and lead guitarist of the punk rock band The Sex Pistols. You will learn how to use power chords, distortion, palm muting, and more to create aggressive and energetic parts. You will also get to play along with two backing tracks that are based on some of his most iconic songs such as Anarchy In The UK and God Save The Queen.



  • A lesson on how to play surf guitar like Dick Dale, the American guitarist who is known as the King of the Surf Guitar and one of the pioneers of surf music. You will learn how to use tremolo picking, reverb, whammy bar, and more to create fast and exotic parts. You will also get to play along with two backing tracks that are inspired by some of his most famous songs such as Misirlou and Let's Go Trippin'.



Conclusion




Guitar Techniques Magazine is a magazine that is designed to help guitar players of all levels and styles to learn new skills, improve their playing, and discover new styles and genres. It features expert lessons, tips, tricks, and advice from some of the best guitarists in the world. It also covers a wide range of topics such as guitar gear, interviews, transcriptions, news, and events. The February 2020 issue of Guitar Techniques Magazine is packed with exciting and useful content for guitar players of all levels and styles. It features a cover feature on how to play like David Gilmour, the legendary guitarist of Pink Floyd. It also features lessons on how to play like Gary Moore, Allan Holdsworth, Tommy Emmanuel, John Petrucci, Julian Bream, Angus Young, Nile Rodgers, Brad Paisley, Wes Montgomery, Bob Marley, Paco de Lucia, B.B. King, Ed Sheeran, Johnny Marr, Joni Mitchell, Steve Jones, and Dick Dale. You will also get to play along with 28 backing tracks that are inspired by some of their most famous songs. We hope this article has given you a sneak peek of what's inside the February 2020 issue of Guitar Techniques Magazine and why you should get your copy today. b99f773239


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