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The Guitar Magazine March 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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21st-century blues

As the foundation stone upon which the lion’s share of Western popular music is based, the blues is nothing if not adaptable. The great innovations of early 20th-century instrumentmaking gave acoustic musicians newer and richer voices, and from the moment the electrified Spanish guitar crackled into life, the parallel evolution of the blues in its numerous forms, and the myriad genres it spawned, is the real story of modern folk music.The three kings of modern blues guitar that grace this month’s Guitar Magazine provide compelling evidence that the genre has plenty left in the tank. Infused with influences as disparate as modern R&B, Hindustani classical music and gospel, messrs Clark, Trucks and Gales all bring something new to the table while ensuring that the blues remains a socially conscious medium.Change…

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fretbuzz

Join the conversation Email us at editors@guitar.comINSIDE STORYDear Guitar Magazine, I wanted to drop you a line to congratulate you on your February issue. The free strings were fantastic and I really loved a lot of your new and reworked features. One of the ones that really jumped out for me was the ‘Industry Insider’ feature with Goodwood Audio. To be honest, I’d never heard of Goodwood beforehand, but as someone who has often ummed and ahhed about starting up my own pedal business, hearing Grant and Mikey tell the story of how they established themselves was so inspirational.I’ve been mucking about with pedals in my garage for a few years now – mainly clones and mod-type stuff, but I’ve tried my hand at a few unique circuits and I…

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slothrust @slothrust

“HAVING THAT TREMOLO BAR REALLY OPENS UP THE WAY I CAN PLAY AND HOW I APPROACH THE GUITAR. I FIND BENDING TO BE REALLY POWERFUL”When did you first come to the guitar?“I started piano when I was five. I come from a line of classical musicians, so it was assumed I’d do music in some capacity… When I started high school, I picked up the guitar. My parents got me an acoustic for Christmas and I fell in love with it. I loved that it was something I could do alone in my room. The piano is a very public instrument.”Who was inspiring you, at that point?“I was a huge Elliott Smith fan in my teens. Around that same time, I also went to the library and checked out a…

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blood red shoes get tragic

(© Getty Images)The genesis of Blood Red Shoes’ first album in five years was born out of the burnout that guitarist Laura-Mary Carter and drummer Steven Ansell felt amid the relentless touring supporting their 2014 self-titled record.Exhausted, the pair decided to take a jump into the unknown – ditching their strict duo format for a more layered and expansive sound that makes their fifth studio album, Get Tragic, their most ambitious yet. Ahead of its release, we asked Carter to pick out her five guitar highlights from the powerful and dynamic new long-player.ELIJAH“The main heavy riff here was really enjoyable to record; I wanted it as heavy and as dirty as possible. I used a combination of pedals, but I’m sure I used some kind of octave pedal… possibly my…

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win a keeley electronics el rey dorado and aria compressor drive

BROUGHT TO YOU BYSince its formation in 2001, Keeley Electronics has been at the forefront of the boutique-stompbox boom. Now transforming an indie business into a global empire, this godfather of high-quality effects has put out numerous contenders for best-in-class in their respective pedal categories.The El Rey Dorado started out as a limited-run hand-built pedal, but is now in full production. Emulating hard-rock royalty in the form of a Marshall Plexi, the El Rey Dorado’s target tone in ‘hi’ mode is the Super Lead, while switching to ‘lo’ takes you to JTM45 territory. Featuring three simple controls, in Drive, Tone and Level, this pedal is as solid and scintillating as the amps that inspired it.Keeley is synonymous with compression, and the Aria is a serious – and seriously versatile –…

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james calvin wilsey

James Calvin Wilsey, former guitarist for Chris Isaak and solo artist, passed away in December. He was 61. Born in Logansport, Indiana, Wilsey moved to San Francisco and first came to prominence playing bass in short-lived punk group the Avengers, which he joined in 1977.In 1981, Wilsey’s future collaborator Chris Isaak put together a rockabilly combo called Silvertone. The band regularly played San Francisco punk club Mabuhay Gardens, where the soundman would show Isaak guitar licks.As Rollling Stone put it: “Finally, Isaak decided it made more sense for the soundman to play the licks himself, and thus Jimmy Wilsey, one of the most gifted rock ’n’ roll guitarists to come along since Robbie Robertson, joined Silvertone.”Wilsey’s last album with Isaak was 1993’s San Francisco Days, but he’ll be best remembered…

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