Guitar World Acoustic #67 (2004)
Jan 04 2016
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 #67 (2004) contents:
- First stringers: Barenaked Ladies, Howie Day, Teirur, Corey Harris, Lizzie West, Wilshire, Iron Horse, Eric Johnson, Gibson Robert L-1 acoustic guitar, Blue Book of Acoustic Guitars.
- Rock N Roll Animal. Rayn Adams gets a piece of the rock on his latest album.
- Mudd Unplugged – Puddle of Mudd. Hard Rock guitarists Wes Scantlin and Paul Phillips explain how a couple of dirty boys played it clean and made good.
- Dave Matthews takes a solo turn and emerges with one of the greatest albums of his storued career.
- Matchbox Twenty. Rob Thomas, Kyle Cook and Adam Gaynor examine how the acoustic guitar fits into the scheme of things in one of the most popular bands in the world.
- Richie Sambora – The Bon Jovi guitarist launches his new GWA instructional column with an examination of three of the band’s classics: “Wanted Dead or Alive”, “Livin’ On a Prayer” and “Lay Your Hands On Me”.
- Unplugging – Solo arrangements of Rod Stewart’s take on the Casablanca classic, “As Time Goes By” and Neil Diamond’s “Sweet Caroline”.
- The Beatles – If I Feel
- 3 Doors Down – Here Without You
- OutKast – Hey Ya
- Uncle Tupelo – No Depression
- Sheryl Crow – The First Cut Is The Deepest
- Bad Company – Shooting Star
- National Hero with Johnny Winter. How to play “TV Mama”, Part 2
- Say What with John Mayer. How to play “3×5”, Part 2
- Basic Training with Josh Gordon. Spicing things up with suspended chords.
- Record reviews
- New Gear
- Last Licks – Legendary guitarist John McLaughlin releases a beautiful new solo record and honors some of his heroes in the process.
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