Guitar One October 1999

Feb 04 2012

Guitar One October 1999

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 October 1999 contents:

  • Best Riffs of the ’90s by Tom Kolb.Part Two: 1995-1999
  • Getting Great Guitar Tones by Wolf Marshall. From jazz and blues to rock and modern metal – sound advice on dialing in the perfect guitar, amp, and effects settings.
  • Equipment News & Reviews by Emile Menasche. Reviews: Epiphone Les Paul Standard guitar, Crate DX-212 digital amp, and the Danelectro Baritone guitar. PLUS! Exciting new equipment from Alvarez-Yairi, Harper’s Guitars, and Fender.
  • Static-X – L.A. quartet unleashes their brand of searing techno-metal on the masses.
  • Days of the New frontman Travis Meeks heads in a bold new direction, orchestrating a concept album around a melting pot of musical ideas and his hard-edged acoustic guitar style.
  • Chris Cornell – As a member of Soundgarden, he helped ignite the Seattle grunge scene, writing some of the most innovative guitar riffs of the past decade. But feeling a need to stretch out as a songwriter, Chris Cornell has shifted gears, and is prepared to deliver his vocal-rich solo debut, Euphoria Morning. PLUS! Q&A with Chris Cornell’s co-producer and guitarist, Alain Johannes.
  • Susan Tedeschi has a monster voice and a pair of hit singles. But can a Berklee-trained, young, white, female guitarist possibly play the blues? Damn right!
  • Steve Vai – Innovative. Experimental. Eccentric. Steve Vai is to guitar playing what Picasso was to painting. With The Ultra Zone, the seven-string visionary continues to expand his artistic boundaries.
  • Acoustic Cafe by Andrew DuBrock. New age guitar: When the tuning pegs align – a meeting of music, mind, earth, and spirit.
  • Guitar Archives by Dave Rubin. Django Reinhardt: Improvisational techniques of a gypsy jazz legend.
  • Spotlight on Style by Tom Kolb. Funk guitar: Find your groove with these essential chords, rhythms, and techniques.
  • Fret Buzz by Troy Nelson. Chord connections: Discover interesting new chords based on common voicings.
  • Lynyrd Skynyrd – Free Bird
  • Sevendust – Denial
  • Soundgarden – Spoonman
  • Ratt – Round And Round
  • Kid Rock – Cowboy
  • Steve Vai – Eugene’s Trick Bag
  • Freddie King – Hide Away
  • Silverchair – Ana’s Song (Open Fire)

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