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Guitar World

Guitar World

March 2020

Guitar World is the world’s leading guitar magazine. Professionals and beginners alike turn to Guitar World for top-flight coverage of their favorite artists, from rock titans like Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page and Metallica's Kirk Hammett to contemporary stars like the White Stripes' Jack White and Tool's Adam Jones. Every issue of Guitar World magazine offers broad-ranging interviews that cover technique, instruments and lifestyles as well as Guitar World’s famously thorough lessons and transcriptions.

Land:
United Kingdom
Sprache:
English
Verlag:
Future Publishing Ltd
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2 Min.
i just sold my pedal steel guitar

SO, YEAH, LIKE the headline says, I just sold my pedal steel guitar on eBay. Even though I’ve been a “normal” guitarist for ages, I actually think the pedal steel — when played by a master like David “DB” Berzansky, Paul Franklin, Lloyd Green, Pete Drake, Tom Brumley, Al Perkins or Ralph Mooney — is the most beautiful-sounding thing in the universe. Sadly, I sucked at it. I got it in October 2014, took some lessons in NYC, worked really hard at it for a few months and made my big “pedal steel debut” in Louisville, Kentucky, in May 2015. I sucked so bad that I literally packed it up and never played it again. I did actually take it out of its case two years later, but it became…

1 Min.
guitar world

EDITORIAL EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Damian Fanelli PRODUCTION EDITOR Jem Roberts TECH EDITOR Paul Riario VIDEO EDITOR Alan Chaput ASSOCIATE EDITORS Andy Aledort, Chris Gill CONTRIBUTING WRITERS Gregory Adams, Brad Angle, Richard Bienstock, Joe Bosso, Mike Huguenor, Jeff Kitts, Rob Laing, Mark McStea, David Von Bader, Jon Wiederhorn, Stéphane Wrembel, Dweezil Zappa MUSIC SENIOR MUSIC EDITOR Jimmy Brown MUSIC TRANSCRIPTIONIST/ENGRAVER Jeff Perrin ART SENIOR DESIGN DIRECTOR Mixie von Bormann PHOTO RETOUCHING Michael Mesker, Gary Stuckey ONLINE DIGITAL EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Michael Astley-Brown ONLINE MANAGING EDITOR Jackson Maxwell PRODUCTION HEAD OF PRODUCTION Mark Constance BUSINESS US CHIEF REVENUE OFFICER Luke Edson 203-505-9504, luke.edson@futurenet.com DIRECTOR OF U.S. MUSIC SALES Jonathan Brudner 845-678-3064,jonathan.brudner@futurenet.com ADVERTISING DIRECTOR Mari Deetz 650-238-0344, mari.deetz@futurenet.com ADVERTISING DIRECTOR Jason Perl 646-723-5419, jason.perl@futurenet.com PRODUCTION DEPARTMENT MANAGER Beatrice Weir beatrice.weir@futurenet.com CONSUMER MARKETING ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR OF AUDIENCE DEVELOPMENT Sheri Taubes MANAGEMENT CHIEF CONTENT OFFICER Aaron Asadi BRAND DIRECTOR, MUSIC Stuart Williams COMMERCIAL FINANCE DIRECTOR Dan Jotcham…

4 Min.
sounding board

A Few Notable Omissions? The Guitarists of the Decade issue [January 2020] was quite a mix of players and styles. That being said, some omissions I noticed were Gretchen Menn, John 5 and Zakk Wylde. But props for the “Head Cuttin’ Duel” transcription! In closing, regarding the Tonal Recall section, it might be better served to pick a song in the issue to focus on for the feature. Thanks for doing a great job. —Wayne Harrod Some Sweet Words About Michael Thank you for featuring Michael Sweet in the Holiday 2019 issue. Sweet is a highly underrated guitarist. Heck, Sweet is a highly underrated talent, period. With Stryper, his solo career and side projects, he has been on an incredibly creative run over the last several years. As a singer, songwriter, producer, lead and…

1 Min.
defenders of the faith

Mehedee Hasan AGE: 44 HOMETOWN: Gurnee, IL GUITARS: Gus G Jackson X, Gibson Les Paul Jr., Fender Stratocaster, Ibanez Iron Label, ESP LTD M-400, 1989 Charvel SONGS I’VE BEEN PLAYING: Warfaze “Protikkha,” Metallica “Jump in the Fire,” Love Runs Blind “Aaj Theke Eer” GEAR I WANT MOST: Gibson Les Paul Goldtop, Fulltone OCD Red, Marshall Origin 50-watt combo Anthony Navratil AGE: 33 HOMETOWN: Tamaqua, PA GUITARS: Gibson Les Paul Studio, Taylor 214ce, Gibson J-45 SONGS I’VE BEEN PLAYING: Bryan Adams “Summer of ’69,” Tom Petty “Learning to Fly,” Metallica “Nothing Else Matters,” Led Zeppelin “Stairway to Heaven” GEAR I WANT MOST: Taylor 914, Bose L1 with sub Sean Francis AGE: 46 HOMETOWN: Saskatoon, SK, Canada GUITARS: Gibson Randy Rhoads LPC Relic, Wylde Audio Odin Gangrene, Partscaster Tele, Bunkman super strat, Natural top quilt maple LPC SONGS I’VE BEEN PLAYING: The Haunted North “Rise,” Black Sabbath “Supernaut,”…

6 Min.
born of fire

AFTER A NEARLY 40-year reign as thrash metal’s most uncompromising band, Slayer have called it quits. The game-changing Los Angeles crew concluded their Final Campaign farewell tour November 30, 2019, at the Forum in Inglewood, California — a fiery, furious show with blistering versions of fan favorites and genre classics like “Angel of Death,” “South of Heaven,” “Raining Blood” and more. While the Big 4 road dogs may have reached the end of their live actions (management has clarified that while Slayer is finished touring, they haven’t officially broken up), founding guitarist Tkk Kerry King isn’t quite ready to hang up his axe. In fact, he recently signed on with Dean Guitars and unveiled the first fruits of their partnership: the USA Kerry King V Limited Edition guitar. The striking six-string, prototypes…

3 Min.
sunn o)))

“IT’S NOT VIOLENT, actually. It might be kind of aggressive because you’re in this sound field, but it’s not a violent, destructive thing. It’s an expressive thing.” That’s Sunn O)))’s Stephen O’Malley on the misconception that he and sonic life partner Greg Anderson are maliciously looking to destroy audiences with their body of extended, speaker-and-ceiling-cracking drone experiments. In fact, 20 years into one of heavy music’s most unlikely success stories, the robe-donning duo are in the mood to celebrate. While their Life Metal is ostensibly rooted in the murkiest corners of metal — pulling inspiration from the slow-mo crush of early Melvins and Grief, as well as godfather of gloom Tony Iommi — the guitarists’ latest occasionally comes across as jubilant as its uplifting title. Take “Novae,” the double album’s 25-minute…