Guitar World October 2007

Oct 02 2011

Guitar World October 2007

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 October 2007 contents:

  • Transcriptions (bass lines included) – “For The Love Of God” by Steve Vai, “Through Glass” by Stone Sour, “Crystal Mountain” by Death, “Lazy Eye” by Silversun Pickups, “I don’t Wanna Stop” by Ozzy Osbourne.
  • Andy Summers – For Andy Summers, everything old is new again as the Police reunite and Fender releases a limited-edition replica of the Telecaster he rode to stardom.
  • King Of The Blues – Guitar Center. Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Howlin’ Wolf guitarist Hubert Sumlin and Guitar World declare a new King of the Blues!
  • Satch & Vai – For two decades, Joe Satriani and Steve Vai have dominated the guitar world with their superhuman skills. Here, they trace their progression from teenage pals to masters of the fretboard universe.
  • Joe Satriani Lesson – Get out your board and prepare to ride the waves with three wet-and-wild riffs from Joe Satriani’s 1987 masterpiece. Surfing with the Alien.
  • Steve Vai’s 10-hour workout. Since its 1990 appearance in Guitar World, Vai’s intensive guitar regimen has been the Holy Grail for serious players. Here, for the first time in 17 years, is the lesson that shaped a generation of guitarists.
  • Classical Guitar Lesson – Tired of the same old musty guitar tricks? Grammy-winning guitarist Sharon Isbin helps you put life back in your playing with this introduction to the masterful techniques of classical guitar.
  • Emperor – Never mind the church burnings. Throughout the Nineties, Emperor forged the sound that defines symphonic black metal. Guitarists Ihsahn and Samoth reveal the inner workings of Norway’s infamous iconoclasts.
  • AC/DC DVD, Nikki Sixx, System of a Down’s Shavo Odadjian, GW Inquirer with Tesla’s Frank Hannon. Mastodon’s set list. Dear Guitar Hero with AFI’S Jade Puget, Behemoth, Bad Brains and more!
  • Betcha Can’t Play This with John5
  • Record Reviews: Essential John McLaughlin and Jaco Pastorius collections. Trio of Doom, a Jeff Beck tribute. Sonic Youth, Drowning Pool, Doyle Bramhall and Horse the Band
  • Soundcheck – Boss FBM-1 ’59 Bassman and FDR-1 ’65 Deluxe Reverb pedals, ESP LTD V-500 electric guitar, DiMarzio D Activator DP220 and DP219 pickups, Reverend Volcano electric guitar, 3D Averest electric solidbody guitar, DigiTech X-Series EX-7 Expression Factory pedal, and Swart Super Space Tone 30 head and 2×12 cabinet
  • Playing the Market – The inside scoop on vintage gear
  • Buzz Bin Malekko Heavy Industry B: Assmaster pedal
  • Bass Desires Human Base BaseX.oc5 five-string bass
  • The Hole Truth Hartke AC150 Acoustic Ribbon amplifier
  • Tech Education – How to break in new speakers
  • A vulgar Display Of Power – A complete overview of Steve Vai’s live rig
  • Shadows Fall: Metal Shop
  • Michael Angelo Batio: Time to Burn
  • Richard Lloyd: The Alchemical Guitarist
  • Steve Morse: Morse Code
  • Slash: The Cat in the Hat
  • Performance Notes with Jimmy Brown
  • Soloing Strategies with Tom Kolb
  • All That Jazz with Vic Juris
  • Talkin’ Blues with Keith Wyatt
  • Unplugging with Jimmy Brown

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4 comments

  1. evo2 /

    thanks for the magazine, Vai is my hero 😉

  2. aleister666 /

    steve vai is god

  3. stasmith777 /

    Thank you, vai is not god, but he is pretty good. I have to give satch the edge though. He was vai’s teacher after all. Great share!

  4. billhc /

    could you please re-upload it?

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