Guitar World Acoustic #49 (2001)

Nov 25 2015

Guitar World Acoustic #49 (2001)

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. Acoustic guitar transcriptions.

Guitar World Acoustic #49 (2001) contents:

  • Something Special. A startling acoustic arrangement of one of the Beatles’ great ballads, George Harrison’s “Something”. Plus, an unplugged reworking of Van Halen’s “Runnin’ With the Devil.”
  • The best of R.E.M. – A how to guide to Peter Buck’s delicately layered acoustic and electric guitar arrangements.
  • David Bowie – Space Oddity
  • Jewel – Standing Still
  • Staind – Epiphany
  • Bon Jovi – Livin’ on a prayer
  • Supertramp – Give a Little Bit
  • Enrique Iglesias – Hero
  • Lee Greenwood – God Bless The U.S.A
  • Hot tunings with John Rzeznik. Heavy D’s: The secret tuning scheme behind “Iris”
  • Tull Tales with Ian Anderson. Of Crones and Drones: How to Play “Which’s Promise”
  • U.S. Steel with Woody Mann. Big Bill Broonzy: “Long Tall Mama”

Text Format PDF, 45 pages

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