Guitar World Acoustic #31 (1999)
Aug 08 2015
Guitar World Acoustic brings the best in acoustic guitar music six times each year. You get in-depth interviews with the latest chart makers, lessons on the playing of legendary acoustic performers like Paul Simon, Neil Young and Willie Nelson, gear reviews and much more. Plus, each issue includes complete transcriptions of new and classic songs. Here you’re getting a vintage magazine back issue with great guitar transcriptions, really interesting articles and useful information, along with some of the coolest full page color ads.
Guitar World Acoustic #31 (1999) contents:
- Andy Summers – The former Police guitarist swings both ways – electric and acoustic.
- Ritchie Blackmore – The onetime heavy metal guitarist gets aggressive with his acoustic on Under a Violet Moon.
- Sugar Ray – The hard-rocking group stumbles onto success via the acoustic guitar.
- The Folk Revolution – How Bob Dylan and a host of Greenwich Village musicians put folk music on the map. Plus, memories of Dylan from Happy Traum, Dave Van Ronk and Eric von Schmidt.
- Barenaked Ladies – They’re Canadian, funny and hugely successful. And they aren’t Mike Myers.
- School of acoustic hard rock. How to play the acoustic parts of “Feel Like Making Love”, “Patience”, “Mama, I’m coming home”, “More Than Words” and many other hard rock hits.
- Acoustic guitar transcriptions:
- Sixpence None The Richer – Kiss Me
- Goo Goo Dolls – Black Balloon
- Sugar Ray – Someday
- Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds – What Would You Say (live)
- Paul Simon – Me & Julio Down By the Schoolyard
- Bob Dylan – Blowin’ In The Wind
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