Guitar World February 2007
Sep 24 2011
Guitar World is a monthly music magazine devoted to guitarists. It contains original interviews, album and gear reviews and guitar and bass tablature of approximately five songs each month.
Guitar World – the world’s number one guitar magazine – is a monthly publication for guitarists of all levels, as well as for fans of metal, rock, emo, blues and other styles of guitar-based music. Covers the hottest new guitar players and classic guitarists, with a focus on their music, instruments, and lifestyle. In-depth interviews and features, transcriptions of new and classic songs, private guitar lessons, product reviews and columns written by top players in each of the major music genres. Guitar World February 2007 contents:
- Transcriptions (Bass lines included): “The Wind Cries Mary” by Jimi Hendrix, “I Write Sins Not Tragedies” by Panic! at the Disco, “My Curse” by Killswitch Engage, “Surfacing” by Slipknot, “All Along the Watchtower” by Jimi Hendrix, “Hey Joe” by Jimi Hendrix
- Deftones – Two years after entering the studio, Deftones have finally emerged with the stunningly heavy Saturday Night Wrist. Stephen Carpenter explains why it took so long.
- Dear guitar hero… – Guitar World 2007 Readers Poll MVP Zakk Wylde answers your questions in this special double-length edition of our monthly Q&A.
- Readers Poll Results – Your winning picks for the 2007 Guitar World 2007 Readers Poll
- Jimi Hendrix – Shunned, ignored and misunderstood in the United States, Jimi Hendrix travels to England, where he sets London on fire and records a rock masterpiece. Guitar World presents a 40th anniversary celebration of Are You Experienced.
- Fender Splat-0 Stratocaster – After nearly two years of hard work, the Fender Custom Shop unveils the winning creation from Guitar World’s Design Your Dream Guitar contest: the Splat-0 Stratocaster.
- Pete Townshend – Pete Townshend, the 2007 Readers Poll pick for Best Rock Guitarist, tell the secret history behind Who’s Next, and discusses the triumphs of his rock operas Tommy and Quadrophenia and the Who’s new album Endless Wire. PLUS A down-and-dirty guide to Townshend and the Who’s greatest rock operas
- Killswitch engage: “My Curse” – Guitarists Adam Dutkiewicz and Joel Stroetzel show you how to play KSE’s latest heavy hit.
- Carvin’s 60th Anniversary – In 1946, Carvin Corporation introduced guitarists to a crazy little thing called “factory direct.” They’ve been delivering the goods ever since. Guitar World celebrates the music giant’s 60th anniversary with a historical retrospective.
- Slipknot: “Surfacing” – Mick Thomson shows you the right way to paly Slipknot’s grinding classic
- Sounding Board – Letters to the Editor & Defenders of the Faith
- Tune Ups – Eddie Van Halen & David Lee Roth together again? Thrice frontman Dustin Kensrue goes solo, action hero Steven Seagal’s new blues CD, OK GO, Fender’s “Blackie” replica, GW Inquirer with Paul Stanley, Celtic Frost guitarist Tom Gabriel Fischer’s H.R. Giger Iceman guitar, Dragonforce’s set list and more!
- Betcha Can’t Play This with Alex Skolnick
- Record Reviews: Kissology DVD, Blackmore’s Night, Sparta, Yes, Switchfoot and I
- Soundchecks – B.C. Rich Exotic Classic Series Mockingbird and 10-String Bich electric guitars, Epiphone So-Cal 50H amp and So-Cal 412SL cabinet, Rocktron Cyborg Digital Destiny digital delay pedals and Jackson Pro Series “Dominion” Mark Morton signature guitar
- Playing the Market – The inside scoop on vintage gear
- Buzz Bin – Keeley Electronics Katana Clean Boost pedal
- New EQ – What’s new and cool in the world of gear
- The Hole Truth – Morgan Monroe M-50V acoustic guitar
- Tech Education – How to become a guitar tech
- A Vulgar display of power – A complete overview of “Bullet for My Valentine” guitarist Matt Tuck’s live rig
Text Format PDF, 180 pages
Includes original mp3 tracks and video lessons