Guitar World Acoustic #55 (2002)
Dec 07 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. Acoustic guitar transcriptions.
Guitar World Acoustic #55 (2002) contents:
- Hot Stuff. How to play four cool tunes from the Dave Matthews Band’s new album, Busted Stuff. Plus a special bonus: An analysis of Dave and Tim Reynolds’s powerful acoustic duet arrangements of “Satellite,” “What Would You Say,” “Tripping Billies” and “Jimi Thing,” all from Live at Luther College.
- Possible Dream. That’s right, an acoustic arrangement of Aerosmith’s “Dream On.” Just walk this way. A swinging solo arrangement of the Stray Cats’ “Stray Cat Strat.”
- Jack Johnson – Flake
- James Taylor – Country Road
- Simon & Garfunkel – The Sound of Silence
- Avril Lavigne – Complicated
- Johnny Cash – Folsom Prison Blues
- The Beatles – Two of Us
- Howe To with Steve Howe. A look at the intro to “Cord of Life”
- National Hero with Johnny Winter. Play Muddy Waters’s slammin’ “Rollin’ and Tumblin’ “
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