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. Video Rating: 4 / 5
For more exclusive Guitar World videos, check out www.guitarworld.com This video is bonus content related to the October 2011 issue of Guitar World. For full print reviews, lesson tabs and more, look for the October 2011 issue of Guitar World on newsstands now, or purchase this issue in our online store here. In this video, Guthrie Govan debuts his new Guitar World column, “Professor Shred.” In the video, Govan reminds shredders that musicality always comes first, among many other helpful pieces of advice. Video Rating: 4 / 5
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After reading a post on another site, I thought about all the time I spent doing ALL the same exercises , scales , etc and then years later discovered that “LESS IS MORE”. Let me explain…for years I played Hendrix , Malmsteen, Vai and so forth until I hit an impasse, where nothing improved. Then I saw on You tube, JOE PASS…. There was the answer all along…as you play for so long you become ingrained in your “training”. You become like an athlete instead of an artist. We are making music , art not going for the Olympic gold medal in who can fit the most notes into a millisecond...