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Giulio Tampalini – by Guy Traviss
16th Kyustendil International Guitar Festival and Competition – by Paul Fowles
Hoppstock and Willcocks – by Guy Traviss
Stuart Mewburn – Interviewed by Guy Traviss
Progressive Progressions (Part 26) – by Neil Smith
7th Vrnjci International Classical Music Festival – by Paul Fowles
Nurtingen International Guitar Festival – by Paul Fowles
Momentito – by Graham Wade
How to make the best of a 30 minute Practise Session – by Carlos Bonell
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This opus is a must for all Gretcsh guitar fans, and all of those interested in vintage guitars. Packed full of photographs and information, this is one of the most important books on modern guitar history to have been published in recent years.
Here's the first in a new series of books taken from 'American Lutherie', the quarterly journal of the Guild of American Luthiers. Articles in 'The Big Red Book of American Lutherie, Volume One', are collected from 'American Lutherie' #1-12, published in 1985, '86 and '87. Three years of American Lutherie collected in one big book for one low pr...
A magnificent collection of plectrum guitar solos by renowned guitarists. Arrangers include Johnny Smith, Sal Salvador, Tony Mottola, Harry Volpe and Al Valenti. Works include arrangements on compositions by Bach, Ponce, Jerome Kern, Rogers and Hart, F. Moreno-Torroba, Paganini, Rachmaninoff, Crespo, Chopin, Satie, Tarrega, Rubenstein and others...
This beautiful 236 page book is the story of love, life and loss told by the legendary Argentinian guitarist Jorge Morel. The book traces his early years with his father in Buenos Aires, to the love of his life, his wife Olga, and his life as one of the world's great classical guitar virtuosos and composers. The Maestro also shares, with blunt h...
Whether guitarists are new to open-tunings or already working with them, fingerstyle specialist Jim Goodin offers a progressive look at the popular D-based harp-like tuning. Classical, Celtic, blues, folk, gospel and several original compositions are represented in the 15 notation/tablature arrangements each arranged proportionately to offer beg...
A comprehensive exploration of revolutionary Chapman Stick and it's accompanying tap techniques. A primer on theory will explain all the musical logistics enabling the student to fully gasp the concepts in this book. Mr. Chapman's unique approach to his 12 string invention will be explained by Steve Adelson in respect to chords, melody, improvis...