As Soundgarden's 'Badmotorfinger' turn 30 this year we take a close look at the inspirational guitar techniques of one of alternative rock’s leading talents.
Embracing the ethos of blues-rock, early metal, ’70s soul and punk these tricks of the trade reinvigorated rock and could do the same for your own playing.
Go on a heady fretboard odyssey of wide intervallic leaps, quasi-atonality, and unorthodox applications of hybrid picking.
A knowledge of the tried-and-true fretboard applications of this triumvirate will make you a more versatile player and composer.
The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Fleetwood Mac, Kansas and more have utilized slash chords to great effect - so why shouldn't you?
Preamp abuse, bebop scales and flamenco guitar duos! The Testament guitarist explores key tracks from his career.
Hamish Anderson is finding new, thrilling ways to put his signature spin on the blues, but it all goes back to the Kings.
UFO's shredder-in-chief talks us through the tracks that define his discography and capture a super-gifted player at his best
Conceptualizing your scales as a collection of notes that relate to one another and not just as a set pattern to be played in position by rote can open up a number of musical doors
Although he remains something of an unsung hero outside of rock circles, Tabor’s sonic innovations have become permanent parts of the heavy guitar lexicon.
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