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Jazz Guitar Corner: "Summertime" — Time to Use Your New Jazz Chords

One of the most common questions I get from students and readers is, “I've learned tons of jazz chords, but how do I make them sound like …

US Navy's firefighting robot finally appears (with a trusty sidekick)

SAFFiR, the humanoid firefighting robot that the US Navy and Virginia Tech engineers have been developing for years, is now more than just a blueprint. In fact, the military division has already demonstrated what the biped can do aboard one of its decommissioned ships. During a series of tests …

Robotics

Cracking the Code with Troy Grady: Eric Johnson's Pickslanting Pentatonics

The cascading waterfall of sound that is Eric Johnson's lead playing has captivated players and listeners for 30 years.<p>Sonically, it's an almost …

Guitar Chalk Sessions: A Clean Guide to Understanding Seventh Chords

<i>This is a compressed version of The Complete Guide to Actually Understanding Seventh Chords, which is published at guitarchalk.com. Both versions</i> …

Guitar Strength: How to Play the "Other" Hendrix Chord

Of the myriad contributions Jimi Hendrix has made to the lexicon of modern guitar, one of the most enduring is the legendary “Hendrix chord."The …

Using Natural Harmonics to Surprise Listeners

This week, we're going to take some normal chord progressions and turn them into quirky/surprising/pretty guitar parts.<p>I often think of a “tough …

How to Play "Bohemian Rhapsody" by Daryl Kellie

Swimming Robot Tested for Billion-Mile Trip to Saturn Moon

<b>Where do you get a robot ready to visit a lake a billion miles away?</b><p>The glacier-fed Laguna Negra (map) in the Chilean Andes, where NASA and SETI Institute scientists have been testing a floating robot whose successors may eventually parachute into a sea on Titan, Saturn’s largest moon.<p>It’s not …