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Guitar World

Guitar World January 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.

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United Kingdom
Idioma:
English
Editor:
Future Publishing Ltd
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2 min.
a brady bunch of news

TEN YEARS GONE: We were just about to plan a year-end edition of GW when we realized, “Wait a minute — the decade is ending!” On that note, I hereby present our first (at least my first) “end of the decade” extravaganza. Right off the bat, please note that there are four different “alternate” January 2020 GW covers out there — Tosin Abasi, Gary Clark Jr., Nita Strauss and Mark Tremonti — plus a nifty subscriber-only cover, all of which were designed by our very own Mixie von Bormann. Second, I want to send out a gigantic thank-you to everyone who took part in our “Guitarists of the Decade” committee: the thousands of readers who voted in our online poll, plus the current GW editorial staff, former GW editors and…

1 min.
guitar world

EDITORIAL EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Damian Fanelli PRODUCTION EDITOR Richard Hill TECH EDITOR Paul Riario VIDEO EDITOR Alan Chaput ASSOCIATE EDITORS Andy Aledort, Chris Gill CONTRIBUTING WRITERS Richard Bienstock, Joe Bosso, Mike Huguenor, Clay Marshall, 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 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 917-281-4721,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

Up the Irons! Thanks so much for the bigass Iron Maiden feature [December 2019]! They’ve been my favorite band since the early Eighties. Keep up the great work. —Kevin Keeton Loved the December issue’s focus on Iron Maiden and other artists’ input. What, no “Clairvoyant”? What an intro! All good. —Don Bouchie Johnson Is the Master What a terrific article on Danny Johnson [November 2019]. He has long been an unsung and under-the-radar guitar hero to so many of us. Having been a fan since first hearing Derringer Live!, it was awesome to finally see him get some long-overdue recognition. I’ve had the opportunity to see him live numerous times throughout the years, and he’s always mesmerizing — one of the best guitar players I’ve ever seen live. Thank you for telling his story. I’d love…

1 min.
defenders of the faith

Jeff Becker AGE: 55 HOMETOWN: Columbus, OH GUITARS: Gibson Les Paul, Fender Strat, PRS, Danelectro, Supro, Dean Cadillac, D’Angelico SONGS I’VE BEEN PLAYING: Led Zeppelin “Black Dog,” Guns N’ Roses “Welcome to the Jungle,” Black Label Society “Stillborn,” Pearl Jam “Even Flow,” Soundgarden “Spoonman” GEAR I MOST WANT: Blackstar Artisan Series amp, Taylor acoustic, EarthQuaker Devices Organizer Keith Calmes AGE: 52 HOMETOWN: Ocean Grove, NJ GUITARS: Kris Barnett Classical, La Patrie (Godin) Electric Classical, Blake Wright Electric, Jim Worland Harp Guitar SONGS I’VE BEEN PLAYING: Jean-Maurice Mourat “Suite Latino,” Gene Vincent “Race with the Devil,” The Ventures “Walk Don’t Run ’64” GEAR I MOST WANT: Boss Volume Pedal 500H, Fender Showman Roger Owens AGE: 34 HOMETOWN: Maryville, TN GUITARS: Epiphone Les Paul Custom Pro, Epiphone EJ200SCE SONGS I’VE BEEN PLAYING: AC/DC “Highway to Hell,” Led Zeppelin “Stairway to Heaven,” Creedence Clearwater Revival “Lodi” GEAR I MOST WANT:…

4 min.
perpetual motion machine

AS MUCH AS they’re a rallying cry for dismayed, misunderstood youth, Motionless In White are a force of near-spiritual communion for the musicians in the band. Ever since guitarist Ryan Sitkowski joined the Scranton, Pennsylvania, group in 2008, Motionless in White have formed the crux of his identity as much as it’s been his livelihood. “From the start, we’ve all been equal parts friends, musicians and something bigger,” Sitkowski says. “Somehow, we’ve united to create this thing that people who have had the same kinds of emotions and experiences as we’ve had can latch onto and take part Tkk in.” The kinship the band has with its fans has served it well. Motionless in White’s latest album, Disguised, debuted at Number 27 on the Billboard 200 and reached Number 4…

1 min.
emmelie herwegh of sisters of suffocation

1 “Symbolic” Death Seconds after hearing the opening riff for the first time, I knew this album was going to be killer. It’s a classic, a true masterpiece, and I love everything about it! 2 “As Your Casket Closes” Ghoul A perfect blend of thrash, death and grind. I love the riffs and vocals, and the buildup in the bridge and its climax are cool. 3 “Bitch” Toxic Holocaust Well-developed thrash/crossover, combined with modern aspects but with respect and love for the past. This song makes me feel bad-ass while listening to it and walking down the street. 4 “Silvera” Gojira The riffs are aggressive, and the melodic tapping parts are a perfect counterweight to the heaviness. I also really like the lyrics. “If you change yourself, you change the world” holds a deep meaning for me. 5 “The Outsider” A Perfect Circle This…