Guitar Player Holiday 2019

Guitar Player Holiday 2019
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Guitar Player Holiday 2019
US$25.30
Includes Shipping
Guitar Player Holiday 2019
$25.30
Includes Shipping
Guitar Player Holiday 2019
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Published 19th November

Andy Summers Monster Special. The former Police guitarist reveals his new Fender signature guitar and talks about the making of 'Zenyatta Mondatta,' the smash hit album that made the Police international superstars 40 years ago. Plus, he reveals the secret to his continued success as a recording and touring guitarist. In other news....Nils Lofgren returns to Neil Young and Crazy Horse and gives us the lowdown on 'Colorado,' the band's new live-in-the-studio release. Dave Davies shares how working on the 50th anniversary release of the Kinks 'Arthur (Or the Decline and Fall of the British Empire)' led him and Ray Davies to record once again. And tasteful tonemaster Johnny A. reveals how he found happiness with a high-tech looping rig that allows him to perform solo — and still retain his trademark vintage tone. Plus — we sit down with former NYC hardcore guitarist and songwriter Jesse Malin to discuss his new country- and rock-infused album, 'Sunset Kids,' produced by and featuring Lucinda Williams, and take a look back at five major albums from his 40-year career. Also featured: Country superstar Marty Stuart takes a look back at his long career working with country legends, French rock Laura Cox talks about her second album, and the Lumineers' Wesley Schultz divulges the dark secrets that inform 'III,' the group's new album. In gear news, we celebrate Mesa/Boogie's 50th anniversary by sitting down with Randall Smith and his crew for a discussion of how the brand led the boutique amp revolution. And we review the new Ciari Ascender full-size foldable travel guitar, the Echopark Echocaster ESQ, the Dr. Z Jetta 1x12 combo, the Boss SY-1 synth pedal and new parlor guitars from Washburn and Gretsch. In lessons, learn 20 open-string riffs in styles ranging from Tom Petty to Keith Richards, and discover the magic of Congolese guitar style.