#1
I am looking to subscribe to a good guitar magazine. Something other than Guitar World. They have really gone down hill. I really want something that has good lessons and good reviews and better featured artist than GW.
My Gear
- Peavey Vypyr 75w
- Epiphone SG G-310(Added Seymour Duncan's)
- Epiphone Black Beauty III
- Ibanez RG200
- Squier Telecaster Retrovibe
- John
Last edited by KingDime666 at Aug 2, 2010,
#2
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Vintage Guitar.
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#3
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There has been 3 threads on this in the past week.


Vintage Guitar.


Sorry and thanks....I am not on here much.
My Gear
- Peavey Vypyr 75w
- Epiphone SG G-310(Added Seymour Duncan's)
- Epiphone Black Beauty III
- Ibanez RG200
- Squier Telecaster Retrovibe
- John
#4
It's cool. Good thing I got here before the searchbar jokes.
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#6
Guitar player has great reviews and covers a lot of artists, but their interviews aren't so in-depth and they have few lessons.

Guitar Techniques is pretty much lessons only, but they're usually very good.
#7
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Vintage Guitar.



Fix'd
Bands I've seen live:

Def Leppard
Journey
Tool
Testament
Megadeth
Slayer
Mastodon
Deftones
Alice in Chains
Foo Fighters
Rodrigo y Gabriela
#8
total guitar was good for a while, but then they redirected their focus almost entirely towards beginners, and it just wasn't woth the £5 anymore.
#9
Guitar Techniques for lessons

Guitarist for mid- to high-end gear reviews and a few lessons

Total Guitar for beginners
#10
i dont like magazines in general. They're 50% advertising, 1% entertaining, 0.0000000005 percent educational, and the rest is stuff you couldnt care less about.
#11
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total guitar was good for a while, but then they redirected their focus almost entirely towards beginners, and it just wasn't woth the £5 anymore.



i completely agree

it was good when i was a beginner but now i want to learn more advanced techniques and styles they have gone totally towards indie music.... not that there is anything wrong with that music but i just think you could cover almost every single indie song with one of those poster chord charts.... it doesnt warrant a tab or even a magazine lol
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#12
guitar edge, its more of a tablature mag. its got around 10 songs per issue.
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