Total Guitar December 1994 (#1)
Jun 20 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 December 1994 (#1) contents:
- Fripped Out And ‘Scaped Up – Frippertronics are out, soundscapes are in. So says guitar innovator Robert Fripp.
- Parker Fly Deluxe – Electric Guitar
- Roland Jazz Chorus combos: JC-120E, JC-20E & JC-85E
- Status Eclipse – Active 4-string Bass Guitar
- ZZZZT! Fuzz, distortion, overdrive, dirt, grunge, thrutch – Paul Thomason rounds up and rates sixteen stomp boxes that make your guitar grunch.
- Going For A song? While some guitars never archive greatness, other have greatness thrust upon them. So what exactly makes a vintage instrument so special? Richard Riley picks up six old and new guitars to find out…
- The bluffer’s guide to Jimi Hendrix. Amaze your friends! Be a wow at parties! Play your guitar upside-down and fell mountains with the edge of your hand.
- Beep Up Your Flange – Squish, squeeze and swoosh your guitar and bass sound with flanging, or its close cousin, phasing.
- Classic Track – little Wing: Jimi Hendrix
- Bass Technique: Bass boogie.
- Theory Technique – Theoretically speaking.
- Jazz Technique – Mastering modes
- Blues Technique – Phrasing
- Rock Technique – Sweep-picking
- Acoustic Technique – Fingerpicking
Includes original mp3 tracks
Text Format PDF, 53 pages