Guitar One September 1999
Feb 03 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 September 1999 contents:
- Riff Box – Best Riffs Of the ’90S by Wolf Marshall. Part One: 1990-1994.
- Fretboard Roadmaps by Tom Kolb. Ten easy steps to unlocking the mysteries of the guitar neck.
- Equipment News & Reviews by Emile Menasche. Reviews: MESA/Boogie Rocket 4 40 amp, Boss GT-3 guitar effects processor, and the Taylor 414 CE acoustic/electric guitar. PLUS! Exciting new equipment from Hamer, Vaccaro, and ZOOM.
- Tommy Castro Breakthrough Artist interview by Dave Rubin. Bay-area bluesman takes his rock ‘n’ soul sound to the mainstream.
- Kid Rock interview by Spencer Abbott. Kid Rock and his guitar posse, Kenny Olson and Jason Krause, mix hip-hop and rock with a little Southern comfort on Devil Without a Cause.
- Eric Clapton by Dave Rubin. Eric Clapton says “goodbye old friend” to more than 100 of his prized guitars. Here’s a close look at five of these instruments, and the riffs that made them treasures.
- George Lynch interview by Dale Turner. Amidst the guitar boom of the ’80s, George Lynch distinguished himself as one of the most influential and identifiable guitarists of the era. Never content to rest on the success of his past, “Mr. Scary” returns with a shocking new sound.
- Limp Bizkit interview by Dale Turner. Hot on the heels of a platinum-selling debut, Limp Bizkit guitarist Wes Borland eyes even greater success with a “significant” sophomore effort. PLUS! Three riffs that changed Wes Borland’s life.
- Acoustic Cafe by Andrew DuBrock. Celtic guitar: A fingerstyle approach to the traditional music of Ireland, Scotland, and Wales.
- Guitar Archives by Dave Rubin. “Night Train”: Learn the familiar hooks of an R&B classic.
- Spotlight on Style by Tom Kolb. Country guitar: A look at the scales, licks, and techniques for playing hot leads.
- Fret Buzz by Troy Nelson. Guitar fitness: Five daily exercises to improve and maintain finger dexterity.
- Limp Bizkit – Just Like This
- Megadeth – Crush ‘Em
- Cream – Crossroads
- Alice in Chains – No Excuses
- Dokken – In My dreams
- Oleander – Why I’m Here
- Albert King – Born Under A Bad Sign
- The Beatles – Twist And Shout
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