Guitar World June 2010

Oct 25 2011

Guitar World June 2010

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 June 2010 contents:

  • Transcriptions (Bass lines included): “Dig a Pony” by The Beatles, “Show Me the Way” (live) by Peter Frampton, “43% Burnt” by Dillinger Escape Plan, “Cousins” by Vampire Weekend, “Tumbling Dice” by The Rolling Stones
  • Do Dillinger Escape Plan have a new album, a new drummer or a new label? How about all of the above? Ben Weinman and Jeff Tuttle get quizzed about the group’s many changes and its latest schizophrenic effort, Option Paralysis.
  • Peter Frampton – Back in the spotlight with a new solo album and an upcoming tour with Yes, Peter Frampton gives an in-depth look at his rig and talks about his years in the wilderness after Frampton Comes Alive!
  • Nile explain the point behind their latest death metal anthem. Those Whom the Gods Detest, and show how to play their classic song “Black Seeds of Vengeance” and the new track “Hittite Dung Incantation.” Nile’s guitarists discuss the gear they use on the tour for Those Whom the Gods Detest.
  • Keith Richards – Critics snubbed it upon its release in 1972, but Exile on Main St. has become one of rock’s greatest landmarks. Keith Richards recalls the making of the Rolling Stones’ masterpiece and how the album’s new reissue project became a walk down memory lane.
  • The making of Let It Be. The Beatles were trying to get back to their roots with Let It Be. Instead, the album captured the world’s most famous group in the process of splitting up. Guitar World celebrates the 40th anniversary of the Fab Four’s final release. Beatles engineer Alan Parsons recalls how the Fab Four got their act together for the group’s final performance, up on a London rooftop.
  • Tune-UPS: Zakk Wylde, Andy Aledort, GW Inquirer with Steve Jones of the Sex Pistols, Raul Midon, Dark Tranquillity, Dear Guitar Hero with Yngwie Malmsteen, Setlist with Alice in Chains and more!
  • Betcha can’t play this with Andy Wood of Down from Up
  • Souncheck – Digidesign Eleven Rack, Victoria V1C105 guitar amp, Fender Road Worn ’72 Telecaster Custom and ’72 Telecaster Deluxe, Orange Crush PiX CR35LDX combo, Electro-Harmonix 22 Caliber power amp and Zoom Q3 Handy video recorder
  • Buzz Bin – Saga BR-361 Blueridge Parlour Guitar
  • Bass desires – Ernie Ball Music Man Classic StingRay 4 and 5 basses
  • A vulgar display of power – The onstage rig of Motion City Soundtrack’s Joshua Cain
  • Left-hand path by Ihsahn
  • Chaos Theory by Chris Broderick
  • Talkin’ Blues by Keith Wyatt
  • Guitar 101 by Daniel Gilbert
  • In Deep by Andy Aledort
  • Ed’s Shed by Ed Mitchell

Text Format PDF, 104 pages
Includes original mp3 tracks and video lessons

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