Pada edisi kali ini manampilkan beberapa informasi diantaranya: Sounding board (hal. 12), In the lush, green land where you’d normally find the Tune-Ups, former Guitar World editor-in-chief Brad Tolinski explains how something that smelled like Teen Spirit ruled the Nineties. And don’t hyperventilate -the Tune-Ups will be back next month! (hal. 14), Tired of the same old Nineties albums? So are we, sort of. Check out these 10 gems that you might’ve missed — or simply forgotten about (hal. 20), The rise and fall of Britpop, the Nineties’ other massive, guitar-based movement. Well, one of them, anyway (hal. 22), Ten essential live rock and metal albums from the Nineties. Of course they’re from the Nineties. And yes, we like to spell out the word “Nineties” around here. (hal. 30), An interesting assemblage of guitar-playing humans – including Steve Stevens, George Lynch, Richie Kotzen, Richie Faulkner, Gavin Rossdale, Dave Mustaine, Nita Strauss, Paul Gilbert, K.K. Downing, Myles Kennedy and many, many more – choose the Nineties’ best stuff (hal. 32), We take a quick glance back at nu metal (hal. 32), Before revisiting the retro designs, digital innovations and misfit toys that defined guitar technology in the Nineties. After that, we interview (hal. 44),  Everclear’s Art Alexakis (hal. 52), Living Colour’s Vernon Reid (hal. 56),  The Verve Pipe’s Brian Vander Ark 9hal 60), Former Black Crowes guitarist Marc Ford (hal. 62),  Ride guitarist – and former Oasis (and Hurricane #1) man – Andy Bell (hal. 66),  The guitarist from a band called Soundgarden. We believe his name is Kim Thayil. (hal. 70),  Soundcheck: Maestro Agena Envelope Filter, Arcas Compressor Sustainer, Mariner Tremolo, Orbit Phaser and Titan Boost pedals (hal. 75), Gretsch G5420T-140 Electromatic 140th (hal. 77),  Warm audio ODD Box V1 and Mutation Phasor Il (hal. 78), Clocks  DC7 Power Supply (hal. 79), Driftwood purple Nightmare Tube Preamp Pedal (hal. 80), Columns In Deep by Andy Aledort (hal. 82), Tales from Nerdville by Joe Bonamassa (hal. 83), Melodic Muse by Andy Timmons (hal. 84),  Live from Flat V by Josh Smith (hal. 85), Performance notes (hal. 91), Power tools The Gibson J-200’s questionable modifications didn’t matter much to many of the most popular recording artists of the Sixties and beyond. The list of legendary recordings featuring a Sixties J-200 is truly astounding. George Harrison used one with the Beatles on the White Album, Let It Be and Abbey Road on songs that include “While My Guitar Gently Weeps” and “Here Comes the Sun.” (hal. 110).

 
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