Guitar Player Feb 2020

Guitar Player Feb 2020
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Guitar Player Feb 2020
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Guitar Player Feb 2020
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Published 14th January

Fifty years ago, George Harrison released what many believe to be the finest solo Beatle album of all time: ‘All Things Must Pass.’ In this issue, we look at Harrison’s transformation from the Quiet Beatle to the group’s biggest star with the release of this iconic 1970 solo album. From the central players in his journey — including Ravi Shankar, Eric Clapton, Bob Dylan and Delaney Bramlett — to his most famous guitars and top-10 best songs from the era, it’s all here in this definitive exploration of Harrison’s style and technique and the forces that shaped it. And what could be a better pairing with Harrison than his longtime friend and collaborator Bob Dylan. Southern rock guitarist and fiddle ace Charlie Daniels tells how Dylan personally selected him to play on his country comeback, ‘Nashville Skyline.’ Daniels serves up tales from the sessions and talks about the now-legendary 1970 jam with Dylan and Harrison. Next up, Steve Lukather talks about the lawsuit that forced Toto to break up in the midst of their mega-successful 40th anniversary global comeback tour. Also in this issue: Legendary session guitarist Waddy Wachtel reveals the stories behind his six greatest tracks; Devendra Banhart talks about his new album, Ma; plus interviews with the Darkness, Bryan Beller and the Seratones about their latest releases. In gear, we kick off with a look at Gary Moore’s guitar, amps and pedals from a recent auction, as Moore’s longtime friend and tech Graham Lilley reveals the stories behind the gear. In reviews, we look at Fender’s brand-new American Ultra Series guitars, Echopark’s Clarence 25 combo, the ElectroPhonic Model One self-amplified guitar, Music Man Mariposa, Seymour Duncan Dark Sun Digital Delay and Reverb, Electro-Harmonix Mod 11 Modulator Machine, Gibson Sheryl Crow Country Western Supreme and Martin DX Johnny Cash. Finally, in lessons we present part one of our look at the guitar stylings of Allan Holdsworth and offer 22 all-purpose licks suited to rock, blues, metal and more.