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The Guitar MagazineThe Guitar Magazine

The Guitar Magazine

April 2019

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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the name game

Are we a quarter of the way into 2019 already? It only seems like a few days ago that we were heading out to the NAMM Show in California to see what the guitar industry had in store for us during the year ahead. You can find a sparkling array of new gear from the show floor over at Guitar.com and in this month’s magazine, we put some of it through its paces.Resplendent on the cover, the headline act is Fender’s bold new hybrid, the American Acoustasonic Telecaster. With a broad palette of vivid acoustic and electric-guitar tones on offer, the Acoustasonic might open a few musical doors and allow you to get away with taking one less guitar to the gig. Turn to our reviews section from p93 onwards…

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fretbuzz

Join the conversation Email us at editors@guitar.comMOD FATHERDear Guitar Magazine, I just stumbled across your 25 Essential Gibson Les Paul Mods And Upgrades on Guitar.com and it is without a doubt the best, most coherent, and succinct writing I have ever seen to cover these extremely commonly asked questions/enquiries.I just wanted to take the time to tell you that I was extremely impressed and will now look for more stuff from you. I’m just one of the many guitar enthusiasts out there, and I’m barely good enough to even call myself a ‘player’. However, I will eagerly pass on your site to my guitar-playing friends as they should check it out, too – thank you!Mike S, VIA EMAILWell, thanks for your kind words, Mike, we’re glad you enjoyed the article,…

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delicate steve @delicatesteve

“A ’66 MELODY MAKER SG IN PELHAM BLUE MODIFIED WITH TWO PAF HUMBUCKERS HAS BEEN MY MAIN GUITAR. IT’S THE ONLY ONE ON THE ALBUM”When did you first get into the guitar?“It was a fake plastic guitar my grandmother bought for me for Christmas. I would just slide around on the floor with it.”Did any guitarists light a fire under you?“At first, no. Getting my own taste was happening when I was starting to play and later on, at 16, 17, 18 I started to get into Frank Zappa, Duane Allman, Carlos Santana, Robert Fripp, Jimmy Page, Jimi Hendrix…”Was there a scene you wanted to be part of?“Around the time of getting into guitar, I was also getting into recording. I didn’t write my own music, but there was this…

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luke sital-singh a golden state

A Golden State marks a new sense of direction for Luke Sital-Singh. Following two full albums alongside six EPs, the singer-songwriter chose to relocate from Bristol to Los Angeles with his wife following the completion of his latest record. Recorded at Jackpot Studios in Portland, Oregon, famously set up by Elliott Smith and utilised by the likes of R.E.M. and The Decemberists, Sital-Singh worked with Tommy McLaughlin to create a “big and warming” album, using vintage ribbon mics and old Harmony acoustics. We spoke to the transatlantic troubadour about his five guitar highlights from the album.ALMOST GONE“This song has a guitar moment that brings me full circle back to my first EP. In the latter choruses, I strum the acoustics with a paintbrush very softly. Loads of brush guitars layered…

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win a zilla cabs ported 1x12 cabinet

A family business building guitar cabs for over a decade, Somerset-based Zilla Cabs has developed a reputation for high quality, fully customisable guitar cabinets without compromising on tone. Each cab is constructed using hand-chiselled finger joints in 15mm birch ply, alongside a plethora of hardware, Tolex, grille cloth and speaker options, allowing customers to build their dream cab exactly as they want it.Thanks to our friends over at Zilla, we’re giving you the chance to win a ported 1x12! Resplendent in black-on-green Tolex with an oxblood grille, and featuring a Celestion G12H-74 Creamback, this sleek cabinet is a sight for sore eyes.Dimensions are 560 x 410 x 300mm, but despite being a small and portable cabinet, the ported nature of the cab provides deeper bass response without retracting any clarity,…

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