Guitar Player - Print APR 2020 - IS SUE 693

Guitar Player - Print APR 2020 - IS SUE 693
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Guitar Player - Print APR 2020 - IS SUE 693
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Guitar Player - Print APR 2020 - IS SUE 693
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Published 10th March

Eric Johnson, Led Zeppelin, hot new gear for 2020 and much more are in this issue of Guitar Player! Eric Johnson riffs on tone, the debut of his Virginia Strat and his new ‘EJ Vol. II’ album of acoustic and electric songs, and reveals the one thing you need to do for great guitar tone. We also celebrate the 50th anniversary of ‘Led Zeppelin III.’ Zep forged a new blend of acoustic and electric hard rock when they released their third album 50 years ago. Guitar Player presents the complete story behind this groundbreaking classic work — from Jimmy Page and Robert Plant’s folk-rock masterpieces to the guitars and other stringed instruments used in its creation. Next up, fresh from the annual Winter NAMM show, Guitar Player’s editors pick 52 new guitars, amps, effects, and recording and live gear items for 2020. See and read about all the hottest new gear! Plus — what does an $8,000 gold-leaf guitar sound like? Find out here when we take the Versoul Custom Raya 6 electric guitar for a test run. And there’s more! Vinnie Moore tells us the stories behind five songs — and guitars — that have defined his shred-worthy career, José Feliciano talks about breaking musical boundaries in the 1960s with his fusion of pop, soul and blues, and international acoustic fingerstyle champion Christie Lenée explains how her fret-tapping and percussive body-tapping techniques helped her become Acoustic Guitar Player of the Year 2019. Plus — we look at the late-‘50s Epiphone Coronet solidbody electric, raised from the ashes of New York and Philadelphia, and born in Gibson’s Kalamazoo factory in the 1950s. All this, plus interviews with Nili Brosh and Ethan Gruzka, lessons on jazz-comping rhythm and how to play Michael Lee Firkins’ faux slide style, as well as the latest reviews of the greatest new gear.