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Guitar Magazine

Guitar Magazine

March 2020

The Guitar Magazine provides in-depth and essential reading for the serious guitarist, with dozens of guitar tests, playing techniques, an exclusive bass section and in-depth features on guitar heroes past, present and future. Each issue is packed full of reviews of the latest guitars, amps, effects and basses. The Guitar Magazine also delivers the informed verdict on home recording equipment and regularly offers tips on buying second hand and vintage gear. When you occasionally put down that guitar, it is also packed full of interviews with the great and good of guitardom!

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2 min.
the show’s over, folks

As another NAMM Show disappears in the rearview, those of us who were there (man) can vouch for fact that the Anaheim air was crackling with an overriding sense of positivity. As you’ll find throughout this issue, the guitar highlights were abundant, not least in the shape of Gibson’s huge presence at the show, with everything from the redesigned Epiphone headstock to Slash and Don Felder’s performance of Hotel California getting heads nodding and tongues wagging. Read our interview with the GN’R legend and find out what we think of his new signature Les Paul and J-45 in our huge cover feature from p20 onwards, in which Gibson CMO Cesar Gueikian also discusses that ‘Play Authentic’ video and how the past 12 months have seen the company rebuild, recover and get…

1 min.
guitar magazine

EDITORIAL CHIEF EDITOR Chris Vinnicombe MANAGING EDITOR Josh Gardner ART EDITOR Philip Millard PRODUCTION EDITOR Michael Leonard ASSOCIATE EDITOR Sam Roberts SENIOR PRODUCT SPECIALIST Huw Price INSTRUMENT & COVER PHOTOGRAPHY Eleanor Jane CONTRIBUTORS Michael James Adams, Rod Fogg, Leigh Fuge, Dave Hunter, Huw Price, Richard Purvis, Michael Watts HAVE A STORY? Email us at editors@guitar.com SALES ADVERTISING MANAGER Joe Supple joe.supple@guitar.com BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER Di Marsh di.marsh@guitar.com PRODUCTION & OPERATIONS PUBLISHING PRODUCTION MANAGER Craig Broadbridge PRINT William Gibbons & Sons Ltd DISTRIBUTED BY Marketforce (UK) Ltd 5 Churchill Place, Canary Wharf, London E14 5HU BANDLAB TECHNOLOGIES CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Meng Ru Kuok CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER Ivan Chen UK COUNTRY DIRECTOR & HEAD OF STRATEGY & PARTNERSHIPS (EMEA) Holly Bishop AVP, WEB TECHNOLOGIES Laurent Le Graverend AVP, COMMS & PARTNERSHIPS Lauren Hendry Parsons SENIOR MANAGER, GROUP & BRAND STRATEGY Krystle Hall MANAGER, CONTENT STRATEGY Iliyas Ong ASSOCIATE MANAGER, CONTENT STRATEGY Terence Stanley ASSOCIATE EDITOR Evigan Xiao STAFF WRITER Cillian Breathnach…

3 min.
fretbuzz

Join the conversation Email us at editors@guitar.com NEVER TOO LATE Dear sir, as a regular subscriber, firstly may I say how very much I enjoy your magazine. My interest in the guitar has been rekindled in the last year or so, mainly due to looking through old photographs that reminded me of being part of a group in my teens, and owning several guitars – some I wish I still had now! This renewed interest led me to decide to make my own acoustic guitar, so that I could hopefully play an instrument that I’d made myself. I first bought a book on how to do the job properly (Build Your Own Acoustic Guitar by Jonathan Kinkead), then purchased the materials and got on with the job. It took me several months doing…

1 min.
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4 min.
novatines

Having only formed in 2017, Novatines quickly established themselves as one of the best new bands on the UK’s rock scene. Following numerous line-up changes under different monikers, the band rapidly found an audience following their formation as Novatines, quickly racing through the UK festival scene via support slots with the likes of Arcane Roots and Alabama 3. Their escapades with renowned artists didn’t stop there, with a recording session at Peter Gabriel’s esteemed Real World Studios – with The Sweet’s Andy Scott at the helm – quickly following. That resulted in Hate Love, the first of four singles, being played on Planet Rock radio, before getting further coverage across BBC Radio 2 and Radio 6 Music. Firmly placing themselves in the camp of British rock revivalists, and with lofty ambitions…

3 min.
album spotlight dead shed jokers all the seasons

Recorded live over the course of just five days, Dead Shed Jokers’ third full-length album is a more considered and nuanced record than 2015’s self-titled long-player. Titled All The Seasons, the album is a fully-formed monster with intricacy and breadth to the guitar work, due in part to the band’s settled line up – DSJ underwent a personnel change after their second album. Three guitar players in the studio make sure each sonic pathway is now covered, with Stratocasters, a 1982 Gibson Sonex and an Epiphone ES-335 Pro adding textures throughout the album. Despite the airtight performances and consistency, there’s plenty of bait and switch on the album, moving from QOTSA-indebted riffery to 90s balladry reminiscent of Temple Of The Dog with consummate ease. It’s no wonder Dead Shed Jokers have become…