Guitar Nine Columns: Guitar Technique

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October-November 1996

Stop strumming those simple barre chords, and embellish your chordal work with licks and phrases that blur the distiction between rhythm and lead guitar playing.

October-November 1996

Tips for playing arpeggiated chord progressions using string skipping.

October-November 1996

Some creative uses of digital delay when writing or recording.

October-November 1996

Call-and-response practicing to enhance your phrasing and composing.

October-November 1996

Stuck recycling the same licks and riffs? Dig yourself out of your guitar playing rut and rediscover the instrument you love.

August-September 1996

Break free of your limiting beliefs about pentatonic scales.

August-September 1996

More short lick ideas to kick-start your technique.

June-July 1996

Emulating your heroes is fine, but consider how far should you take it.

June-July 1996

Nowhere to go with ascending licks but up? Dan McAvinchey confronts the problem and gives you several ideas you can use today. Don't just take the easy way out and start descending either.

June-July 1996

A number of short lick ideas designed to kick-start your technique.

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