Guthrie Govan Guitar Interactive Magazine Issue 13. In this free Issue of Guitar Interactive Magazine we have a Guthrie Govan Jam and Interview taking about his career.
We interview guitarist Derek Trucks & take a look at how to play Derek Trucks style slide guitar.
In our acoustic magazine section - The Quiet Room - we talk with canadian acoustic guitarist Don Alder, with an extensive amount of Live footage he performed whilst he at the Guitar Interactive Studio. Don Alder also provides Guitar Interactive readers with a free guitar lesson on vibrato!
Issue 13 of Guitar Interactive is packed FULL of free guitar lessons! This month learn how to play hybrid picking with Andy James, expand your chord vocabulary with Tom Quayle, learn guitar vibrato with Rick Graham, Michael Casswell shows you how to play Melodic guitar runs.
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We seem to have gone from the most
traditional to the very latest in this issue!
Fender makes a welcome return to our pages
with one of the current Telecasters - arguably
the world’s first solid bodied electric guitar,
while at the opposite end of the novelty
spectrum we have the astonishing - and
brand spanking new - Wahoo pedal from
British MIDI specialist Sonuus.
Also new and very, very hot, is French
manufacturer Vigier’s Excalibur seven string
guitar and not far behind it is G&L’s Ascari.
You thought all G&L made were single coil
Leo Fendery guitars? Think again!
Rounding-off our guitar selection is a
Peerless Songbird. Peerless? Read our review
and you’ll discover that there is a good
chance you have already played at least one
Peerless-made guitar in your life.
Amps are represented by the fast-growing
American brand Egnater, making their Gi
debut this issue, followed by one of the older
names in the business, Britain’s Orange, with
the brand new OR15 - both manufacturers
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offering valve/tube amps but completely
different from one another in concept.
You want pedals? In addition to the mindexpanding
Wahoo, we’ve headed straight
back to the 1980s with a clutch of Pro Co’s
venerable Rat distortion units, a brand new
Snark tuner and what may well be one of
the first reviews you will see of a brand new
introduction from TC - the amazing new
Flashback X 4.
Finally, we have the Aphex Xciter -
something completely different and one half
of a pair of prizes we are giving away in this
issue - the other being one of Aphex’s equally
versatile Punch Factory units, reviewed in
our Bassment section, but by no means
restricted to bass duties.
We try hard to put a really mixed bag of
reviews in each issue but we need your help.
If there’s a product you would like to hear
our views on, why not email and tell us?
always find me!
Gary Cooper - Editor