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Guitar One September 2005

Guitar One September 2005Guitar 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, GuitarOne 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.
 

On this issue:

  • Tommy Castro - Bay Area bluesman Tommy Castro stopped by the Guitar One studio for a visit, and stayed long enough to show us a few tasty blues licks. In doing so, he revealed an impressive repertoire that includes a vast array of other styles, from R&B and soul to funk, rock, and roots. By Michael Mueller
  • Funeral For a Friend - OK, so they're hard to categorize, and being Welsh, a little hard to understand as well. But rest assured, says writer Steve Baltin, Funeral for a Friend - a kind ot emo-thrash-metalcore-prog outfit-has a pretty incredible way of getting its message across.
  • Brad Paisley - Country music's answer to Eddie Van Halen. Tclecaster stud Brad Paisley can do it all, from chicken pickin' to shred to everything in between. From his pedestal. Paisley is also helping to broaden the horizons of country music fans, by showing big audiences nationwide what great guitar playing is an about. Sob Gulla ventured to the Rocky Mountain region to check in on Paisley and observe how he's managing to straddle the line between country superstar and Telecaster superman.
  • The Rocker's Guide to Playing Country - Is "country* the word that follows "rap" when someone asks you what kind of music you really don't like? If so, you owe it to yourself to get educated. Some of you may already know that early rock fused blues with country, in addition to borrowing a bunch of other stuff from the hayseed genre. But did you know that you, too, could be a-pickin' and a grinnin' in seven days flat? You can if you follow this comprehensive lesson by Tom Kolb. So whatcha waitin' for? Strap it on!
  • Brad Paisley - Alcohol
  • Led Zeppelin - Good Times Bad Times
  • Motley Crue - Looks That Kill
  • Wayne Shorter - Footprints
  • Tony lommi
  • Fret Buzz - G1's Monthly Power Rankings
  • Dark New Day
  • Danko Jones Stephen Bruton
  • Under The Influence - Brian Setzer
  • Set List - Top 10 Twin-Guitar Moments
  • Tales From the Woodshed
  • Blues News - Nick Moss
  • Jazz Joint - Marc Ribot
  • Riff Box - Thrash Metal
  • One Hour Workout - Scale Sequences
  • Rhythm Methods - '80s Alternative Rock
  • Soloing Strategies - Chord Tones
  • Fender Eric Johnson Strat
  • Crate Power Block
  • Line 6 PODXT Live
  • Vox AC30CC2X
  • Parker PM-20
  • Acoustic Cafe - Doc Watson
  • Guitar Archives - Wah-Pedal Techniques
  • Basic Training - Arpeggios
  • Fast Tracks - Miking Amps
  • Now & Then - John Norum


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