Guitar One April 2003
Apr 10 2012
Guitar One Magazine is an engaging, hands-on guide for guitarists eager to learn about their instruments and the guitarists they admire. The world’s greatest guitarists, bands, and music educators offer our readers exclusive interviews, feature lessons, tips and insights. For both the beginning players and the improving amateurs, Guitar One magazine will play with your mind and soul, help to expand your skill and appreciation. Guitar One gives readers tons of useful information on every page, including the most accurate and comprehensive sheet music available in both tablature and standard notation. Plus “Basic Training,” “Riff Box” and “Soloing Strategies,” which offer useful musical examples and insider tips that will take players to the next level. Guitar One April 2003 contents:
- Duane Eddy – The legendary guitar sound of Duane Eddy has made him one of rock ‘n’ roll’s most famous instrumental artists. Which is why we couldn’t be happier to present the Twang Bar King to you in this month’s exclusive private lesson.
- Socialburn – Escaping their small-town Florida scene wasn’t easy, but now that they’ve broken free, there’s no telling how high this band’s edgy melodic rock will take them.
- Metal Shop – It seems that LA, home of the original hair-metal movement, just can’t seem to toss its mousse and blow-dryers. Case in point: Metal Shop. The wildly popular metal cover/ tribute band pays homage to the ’80s and regulary sells out Sunset Strip venues.
- Nickelback And The Revival Of Rock – A handful of energized young rock bands that formed in the wake of the grunge sound of the early ’90s-Default, Seether, Tantric, Theory of a Deadman, and, of course, Nickelback and Puddle of Mudd – have helped redefine hard-rock guitar in the new millennium. Here’s an in-depth look at how the original Seattle scene impacted the sound of today’s rock.
- Blues Before Rock – A musical phenomenon brought on by the technical developments of the electric guitar and the gifted hands of guitarists like T-Bone Walker and Gatemouth Brown took place in the years between the end of World War II and the emergence of rock ‘n’ roll in 1954. Dave Rubin discusses the history and incredible music of this highly combustible era.
- Led Zeppelin – Ramble On
- Queens Of The Stone Age – Go With the Flow
- John McLaughlin – Hearts and Flowers
- Alice In Chains – Dam That River
- Socialburn – Down
- The Beatles – Let It Be
- Under The Influence – Sonny Landreth
- Blues News – Alan Lomax
- Jazz Joint – Gil Parris
- Set List – Top 10 fastest shredders
- Tab & Tutorial – Cool new products
- Editor’s Lick – Troy Nelson
- Tales from The Woodshed – G1 reader of the month
- 2003 WNED Buffalo Niagara Guitar Festival
- Riff Box – TV tunes
- Lesson Lab – Pick-hand techniques
- Soloing Strategies – Chord melody
- Fender Cyclone II
- Tech 21 Trademark 120
- Martin Alternative X
- Godin Flat Five X
- Line 6 POD XT
- D’Angelico NYL-2
- In Session – Fuel
- Backline Blueprint – Alex Lifeson of Rush
- Acoustic Cafe – Drop D tuning
- Guitar Archives – Slide in standard tuning
- Basic Training – Using a metronome
- Now & Then – Jim Martin of Faith No More
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