Guitar One October 2003

Apr 20 2012

Guitar One October 2003

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 2003 contents:

  • Neal Schon – When you’re a 15-year-old guitarist and Carlos Santana asks you to join his band, odds are pretty good that you’ve got some serious chops. And for 30 years as the driving force behind Journey, one of the most successful pop-rock bands in history, Neal Schon has shown those chops to the world. Now, he shows them to you in this private lesson.
  • S.T.U.N. – Resembling more asylum inmates than rock musicians, this L.A. quartet, inspired by the true punk of bands like the Clash, back up their stage antics with passion and intelligence.
  • B.B. King & Jeff Beck – When word came down that Jeff Beck and B.B. King would take to the stage together for an historic summer tour, we did whatever we had to do to bring the shared experience and wisdom of the two geniuses onto our pages. Dave Rubin had the distinct pleasure of chumming around with unmatched guitar royalty. PLUS! Rubin takes a look at the incredible guitar legacy of Beck’s old band, the Yardbirds.
  • Prog-Rock Roundtable – Prog-rock’s preeminent trio-Queensryche, Dream Theater, and Fates Warning – are finally sharing a single stage, fulfilling many a fan’s rock ‘n’ roll fantasy. One of those fans, Senior Editor Michael Mueller, had the chance to sit with guitarists Michael Wilton, John Petrucci, and Jim Matheos to get their thoughts on the state of prog today.
  • Velvet Revolver – Set Me Free
  • Metallica – One
  • Smile Empty Soul – Bottom of a Bottle
  • The Eagles – Seven Bridges Road
  • The White Stripes – The Hardest Button to Button
  • Train – Calling All Angels
  • Under The Influence – Bernie Williams
  • Blues News – Otis Taylor
  • Jazz Joint – Larry Coryell
  • Set List – Great Artists … Bad Albums
  • Lesson Lab – Arranging for Solo Guitar
  • Soloing Strategies – Chromatic Embellishment
  • Randall Vmax
  • Yamaha AES620
  • Johnson Herringbone JG-D30-CEN
  • Alesis ModFX
  • Anderson Hollow Cobra
  • In Session – P.O.D.
  • Backline Blueprint – Pearl Jam
  • Acoustic Cafe – DADGAD Blues
  • Guitar Archives – Open-D Tuning
  • Basic Training – Slides and Bends
  • Now & Then – Autograph’s Steve Lynch

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One comment

  1. dearjessie /

    Love them when they’re full magazines, such as this one. I might be able to contribute some of mine in near future.

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