Dave Celentano's new web site http://www.davecelentano.com/ now features a monthly lesson. These lessons will also be featured in Troy Stetina Series Digital Guitar Magazine. The magazine can be found at:
In addition, Dave's new web site features all his educational products and music CD's.
Dave used Conceptinet to update his entire web site. For more information about Conceptinet, please visit:
Troy Stetina's Free Digital Guitar Lesson Magazine
The magazine is FREE and will remain FREE. Our first issue features lesson columns by:
- Mark Tremonti (Creed/Alter Bridge) shows you his favorite legato patterns, and his opening legato lick on "Burn" (on Troy's new Second Soul album).
- Michael Angelo Batio ("World's fastest guitarist" by Guitar World Magazine) shows you some of his favorite cyclic patterns for building picking speed.
- Dave Celentano (author, Centerstream Publishing) shows you some tasty classical arpeggated progressions from Bach's youngest protege.
- Jamie Andreas (author, Guitar Principles) shows why so many of you still suck at guitar, even though you practice, and how to fix this!
- Anthony Arroyo (guitarist, teacher of the Troy Stetina Series) shows you how to use anchor chords to navigate the neck more easily.
- Dale Turner (solo guitar artist, teacher and veteran guitar magazine columnist) shows you some chicken picking licks for rockers.
- Jason Vearing (guitarist, teacher and developer of Riff Axelerator software) shows you a lesson breakdown of an advanced lick from Troy's solo to "Deceiver" from the new Second Soul album, and how to build variations of this to make your own licks.
- Chris Buono (crazy guitar dude from GuitarOne magazine) shows you how to take blues a step further than more rockers ever dare to go.
- Don Parkhurst (teacher, rock-lessons.com) tells you how to structure your practice routine to get more out of yourself.
- Francesco Artusato (metal guitarist for All Shall Perish and solo artist)
- shows you some "outside the box" fusion licks, and explores ways to combine these lines.
- Jimmy Kane (Director of Hunts Annex Music School) shows you how to pull diminished lines out of the blues scale, to get extra dark and twisted sounds.
- German Schauss (Berlkee graduate now teaching at Los Angeles Music Academy) offers guidance to demystify the process of gaining sweep picking control.