Guthrie Govan – Professor Shred #3

These videos are bonus content related to the December 2011 issue of Guitar World. For full print reviews, lesson tabs and more, look for the December 2011 issue of Guitar World on newsstands now, or purchase this issue in our online store here: www.guitarworld.com In this month’s edition of “Professor Shred,” Guthrie Govan talks about using string skipping to create multi-octave tapped arpeggios.
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22 thoughts on “Guthrie Govan – Professor Shred #3

  1. the best professor that i know has an only name: “the mirror”, nobody can teach better than you reflected playing and correcting your finger positions…

  2. He’s hallucinating from all the acid he’s been taking over the years, and those little men are getting closer!

  3. Guthrie is one of the few guitar players out there that have no technical difficulties (pun intended), deficiencies or weaknesses…… they are simply Prestige 10, God mode or whatever you wanna call it but they can get no better than this!

    Hell, I wonder how it feels to be music theoretical and technically stagnant! Must be like being enlightened or Nirvana…

    I’m quitting! Ibanez RG320QS and Squire Standard Fat Strat for sale! (Nah, I’ll practice more…)

  4. I have never seen a video with so many likes to only 2 dislikes, and rightfully so , Guthrie is a bad ass

  5. Damn, He does it so smooth.  I wonder if thats the tone or if he is actually that smooth of a player…

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