Total Guitar Autumn 1999 (#61)
Jul 27 2012
Total Guitar is an interactive guitar magazine. Every issue brings songs to learn, with CD audio to help you play along, reviews of all the latest guitar equipment, and interviews with all the biggest names in the guitar world! Total Guitar regularly contains tablature for Rock, Acoustic, Punk, Blues, Classic Rock and Metal, as well as detailed profiles of guitarists and their specific techniques and playing styles. Total Guitar is aimed at players who would like to learn how to play guitar, with dedicated beginner tutorials in acoustic and electric guitar, as well as helping those who can already play guitar to develop their playing style and learn new techniques and songs.
Total Guitar is mainly focused on tuition, but also has an expert gear reviews section that looks at the latest guitar equipment including guitars, amplifiers, pedals and accessories. Total Guitar also secures many exclusive interviews with guitarists from all kinds of genres and levels of playing, and has an in-depth features section.
Total Guitar Autumn 1999 (#61) contents:
- Llama Farmers – One likes Brian May, the other Evan Dando. Hmm.
- Eric Bibb/Dog eat dog. Bibb has met Dylan. The Dogs are new metal!
- Six by Seven. Guitarists Sam and Chris, and some drumsticks.
- Collective soul. They’re magazine cover stars in the US: who knows what could happen over here?
- Red Hot Chili Peppers. John Frusciante is back in the fold.
- Santana. Clapton and Lauryn Hill both guest on his new LP.
- Red Hot Chili Peppers – Scar Tissue. Their hit single transcribed, dieir first release for far too long!
- Metallica – Nothing else matters… apart from learning how to play this song, that is.
- Fim – Bullit. That slinky, funky Ford Puma ad featuring Steve McQueen: master it here!
- Novice-Country Guitar. TG goes mad for Nashville.
- Guns n’ Roses – Welcome to the jungle. Due to an endless flow of letters requesting more G N’ R after Sweet Child O’ Mine, here’s Slash and the boys again…
- Rory Gallagher – Blues. The most famous Irish bluesman?
- Eddie Van Halen – Eruption. Get ready to tap!
- Effects – Chorus. ’80s rock wouldn’t have been the same without it.
- Godin Radiator. Underneath the pearloid, there’s a gem of a guitar.
- Ibanez S-Classic SC240. Ibanez produce a grown-up guitar? Surely not!
- Vox Pathfinder. Vox’s first foray into entry-level amps.
- Electro-harmonix micro synthesizer. A classic pedal reissued.
Included original mp3 tracks
Text Format PDF, 81 pages