Here are the best ways for you to keep up with what''s new and cool at the show.

Frankfurt, Germany (April 9, 2013) -- Europe's biggest gear show, Musikmesse, will be taking place April 10 - 13, 2013. Like always, PG will be on-site, bringing you daily coverage of new product announcements, as well as looks at some of the lesser-known brands that Europe has to offer. Here are the best ways for you to keep up with what's new and cool at the show:

Sign up for our email updates: We'll send out an end-of-show wrapup email on Sunday night packed with all of our photos and news updates, and subsequent weekly emails guiding you to our latest video demos.
Like us on Facebook: Our editors will be adding photos with detailed captions throughout the day—it's the go-to place for up-to-the-minute news.
Follow Us on Twitter: Same as Facebook, but for the Twitter folks.
Subscribe on YouTube: Get notifications for
each of our demo videos as we upload them.

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• Understand how to map out the neck in seven positions.
• Learn to combine legato and picking to create long phrases.
• Develop a smooth attack—even at high speeds.

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