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As one of the world’s most successful guitar teachers, Justin lends us his insight into learning and playing guitar. This month: All Ten Parts.
This month Martin Cooper nips over the border as he remembers Scottish rockers Big Country and the talented but troubled Stuart Adamson.
10 Chicago Blues Greats
Inject some authenticity into your blues playing as we turn back the clock in the Windy City, and check out the styles of 10 of the Chicago blues greats. Andy Saphir is your guide.
This month Phil Short explores the virtuosic style of a Texas blues-rock firebrand with two uptempo, swinging 12-bars for you to learn.
The studio guitarist’s guide to happiness and personal fulfilment, as related by our resident session ace. This month: One Hit Blunders.
PAUL GILBERT INTERVIEW
The Ibanez shred king has recorded a Christmas album! ‘Twas is full of great chops and festive fun. Jason Sidwell caught up with Paul to ask about chords, playing slide, great christmas songs and emu picking!
PAT MARTINO TRIBUTE
A personal recollection of a jazz guitar legend but also an old friend, from Milton Mermikides.
THE CROSSROADS Blue Note Artists
John Wheatcroft explores some of the bluesy-jazz artists at the Blue Note label, with 10 classic and modern guitarists ranging from legends such as Grant Green, Kenny Burrell and Tal Farlow, to John Scofield, Bill Frisell and Julian Lage.
OZ NOY Video Masterclass
In another exclusive GT video feature, we welcome back New York based fusion icon Oz Noy to solo over Jason Sidwell’s new track, Guzzle. If you want to solo with bluesy sophistication over a Stax styled stomper, Jon Bishop is your guide.
FRANCISCO TARREGA Pepita
Declan Zapala brings you this upbeat polka, full of quintessential Spanish flavour, packed full of arpeggiated runs, punchy rhythms, and busy melodies to improve and refine your classical guitar skills.
RESCUE DOG RETURNS THE FAVOR!
THE FAVOR! Pulls owner to safety after devastating stroke
Sonic Blue Persuasion
LONGTIME STRAT ADDICT KENNY WAYNE SHEPHERD UNVEILS HIS NEW SIGNATURE OFFERING FROM FENDER — AND A NEW LIVE DVD/ALBUM
SPACE STATION MARKING 20 YEARS OF PEOPLE LIVING IN ORBIT
The International Space Station was a cramped, humid, puny three rooms when the first crew moved in. Twenty years and 241 visitors later, the complex has a lookout tower, three toilets, six sleeping compartments and 12 rooms, depending on how you count.
We Can Trust The Shepherd
Carl Corser is an ordained bishop, serves as president of the Gideons Cleveland North Camp, board of directors and chaplain of the Peach State Tractor Club, and owner of Carser Enterprises.
Ricky:After Life goes on...for a bit longer
SUPRISE HIT BLACK (COMEDY BACK FOR THIRD SERIES BUT THAT'S IT...
Attention to detail: the key to broiler production
Poultry production has significant challenges, with high input costs and narrow margins being near the top of the list. However, Dale Shepherd, owner of Plaston Chicken Farms in Mpumalanga, has found that meticulous management and keeping a close eye on finances can bring business success. Lindi Botha reports.
Shepherd Neame CEO: ‘Beer and pubs still core to British life'
BRITAIN’S oldest brewer struck an upbeat tone today even as it warned that inflation and supply chain problems will continue to plague its business into next year.
A LIFE'S WORK
Since qualifying as a doctor in 1977, Richard Shepherd has seen more trauma than most. He tells James Rampton about his career, and the importance of having a sense of humour
Behind the scenes of Ghosts, an FMV-based game that can only be played once per day
Conflicto en San Felipe, Baja California La amenaza estadunidense de un embargo pesquero
Detrás del conflicto entre los pescadores de San Felipe, Baja California, y la organización ambientalista Sea Shepherd –uno de cuyos navíos embistió una panga a principios de mes con resultado de un tripulante muerto y otro en coma– se encuentra un convenio del gobierno federal que permite a esa ONG hacer lo que corresponde a las autoridades mexicanas: vigilar la zona reservada a vaquitas marinas y totoabas en el Mar de Cortés. Y ese convenio se mantiene debido a la “amenaza” estadunidense de imponer “aranceles y bloqueos si no hay control sobre la pesca en el golfo”, reconoció en una “mañanera” el presidente Andrés Manuel López Obrador.