Guitar World October 2009
Oct 15 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 October 2009 contents:
- Transcriptions (Bass lines included): “Chelsea Smile” by Bring Me theHorizon; “Crazy on You” by Heart; Cinnamon Girl” by Neil Young; “If Today Was Your Last Day” by Nickelback; “Broken, Beat & Scarred” by Metallica;
- Killswitch Engage – Slayer kicked them off their tour, and one of their guitarists nearly quit after throwing out his back. Now Killswitch Engage return with a new self-titled album and plans for a summer rematch with Slayer on the Mayhem tour. Adam Dutkiewicz and Joel Stroetzel weigh in.
- Job for a Cowboy get in your face with Ruination, their hard-hitting follow-up to Genesis. Bobby Thompson and Al Glassman shoot the shit.
- Neil Young mines a treasure trove of his early songs, demos, videos and memorabilia for his new multimedia project, Archives Volume 1,1963-1972. In this world exclusive interview, the iconic guitarist tells the complete story behind the making of the most ambitious music anthology ever created. PLUS From his beat-up Les Paul to his battered amps and vintage effect pedals, Neil Young’s stage rig is a road-worn tribute to his timeless sounds.
- Pink Floyd – Stressed out by power struggles and creative differences, Pink Floyd were near the breaking point when they created the greatest album of their career, The Wall. In this extraordinary oral history, the members tell how it all came crashing down. PLUS David Gilmour recalls the long metamorphosis of his Black Strat, the guitar that gave “Comfortably Numb” its supernatural tone.
- John Petrucci – Over the past two decades, Dream Theater have been the leaders of the prog-rock pack, guiding the genre forward with technical mastery and a sense of “darkness and light.” John Petrucci discusses how the two blend harmoniously on the band’s new album, Black Clouds and Silver Linings.
- Alternate-picking lesson, part one. Learn how to develop a solid alternate-picking technique while getting maximum melodic mileage out of one string. Guitar World presents part one of a four-part series on alternate picking.
- Tune-UPS: Guitar Center King of the Blues, the Hold Steady, Inquirer with Duff McKagan, This Just In, Spinnerette, Dear Guitar Hero with Rancid’s Tim Armstrong, Great White’s setlist, and more!
- Betcha Can’t Play This with Tony Smotherman
- Soundcheck – Fender Road Worn Series ’60s Stratocaster and ’50s Telecaster, Ernie Ball Music Man 25th Anniverary electric guitar, PRS Mira X, EVH Wolfgang, and Electro-Harmonix Voice Box vocoder
- New EQ – The newest and hottest gear
- Bass Desires – Schecter Stargazer
- Tech Education Power cables
- A Vulgar display of power – The onstage rig of Chimaira’s Rob Arnold
- Dominion with Mark Morton
- Time to Burn with Michael Angelo Batio
- Talkin’ Blues with Keith Wyatt
Text Format PDF
Includes original mp3 tracks