iGuitar Magazine Issue 10 - Eddie Van Halen special! We have the Lost Interview with Eddie Van Halen - Issue 10 of our free guitarist magazine is here! In this Van Halen special we look at how to play Eddie Van Halen licks, EVH guitar lessons on play Rhythm, we take an indepth look and show you how to get the Eddie Van Halen Tone!!
Opeth Interview - we interview Mikael Akerfeldt and Fredrik Akesson - this issue we also catch up with Alterbridges and Creeds Mark Tremonti about his numerous solo projects!!
In Issue 10 of iGuitar we have free guitar lessons from Andy James, Michael Casswell, Rick Graham, Tom Quayle and Jamie Humphries. With each lesson you will how to take your guitar playing to the next level - better still all of the gutiar lessons are free!
Guitar Reviews in this issue - we review the Collings SoCo 16 LC semi Guitar Review, EVH 5150 MK III tube head review, Eddie van halen wolfgang USA HT guitar review, eddie van halen usa custom gutiar review, Yamaha Pacifica PAC510v guitar review, two rock EXO 15 tube head review, Matrix GT1000FX gutiar power amp review, Fret king black label jerry donahue gutiar review, gj2 Arete 5 star guitar review, JMI 10 valve combo amp review, fractual audio axe FX amp review, musicman game changer review, peavey butcher 100 watt amp review, pocketlabworks iRiffport review, blackstar series 1 100 watt head
Bass guitar reviews in issue 10 - we review the 3 leaf proton FX pedal review, warwick a rockbass streamer lx 4 bass guitar review, warwick bc40 combo amp review, gallien krueger mb 800 lightweight head review.
Acoustic gutiar reviews in Issue 10 - we review the Taylor 710CE Electro acoustic guitar & the Stonebridge Dreadnought DS20 CM.
JS: Let’s talk guitars.
RR: I’ve got a ‘64 cream Les Paul and a 1957
black Les Paul with three pickups. The Flying
V was made by Carl Sandoval. He used
to work at Charvel and he went off on his
own. He made it for me. It has a DiMarzio
Distortion Plus on the treble position and
a DiMarzio PAF in the bass pickup. The
only one of the three I wasn’t playing was
the Charvel. That one he made for me after
I joined Ozzy. The Charvel has the Seymour
Duncan Distortion pickup.
JS: What’s the switch on the Charvel?
RR: That’s just a toggle-switch for
the pickups. The Charvel has Charvel
everything. The Flying V has all Fender
parts. The Gibson, everything’s stock, but
the machine heads are Schaller. I have a Les
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Paul in the SG shape with gold pickups and
a Bigsby tremolo. Charvel just made me
three new guitars. One is my own design
plus Charvel’s, which hopefully might turn
out to be one of my main guitars. There’s no
tremolo on that one. He’s making one as an
experiment with a Floyd Rose. I found this
guy in England who sets up tremolo arms.
You don’t need Floyd Rose. I just stumbled
upon him. It’s so close to a Floyd Rose. The
tuning is real good on it. If the guitar is set
up right in the first place, Doug Chandler
can do wonders with it. I was so amazed
about how good it stays in tune. He did it
to my white Charvel. Tremolo to me is so
old now that I’m trying to not get too into
it. The first thing a kid does now when he
wants to learn guitar is go get a guitar with
a tremolo arm and go back and forth. Used
properly, it’s great, but I don’t want to get
it too much into my style. I’d rather use a
tremolo as an addition to what I’m doing
than make noises with it.