Pada edisi kali ini manampilkan beberapa informasi diantaranya: Defenders/reader art (hal. 16), Tune-up: GW catches up with Laura Cox, plus Tyler Bryant, Ruby the Hatchet, Talas, the Interrupters, Bob Mould, Starcrawler and “Captain” Kirk Douglas. Plus Playlist, Introducing and a page full of randomness, including the photo of the month, with tributes to Wilko Johnson and Keith Levene (hal. 19), Where’s Your Head At? GW’s guide to eight of the very best headless guitars (hal. 30), Marcus King: The blues/rock/roots/soul phenom casts his bid for arena rock glory on his latest album, Young Blood(hal. 34), Alter Bridge With the release of Pawns & Kings, Alter Bridge grandmasters Mark Tremonti and Myles Kennedy discuss the band’s place in the stadium-rock pantheon (and give us the inside scoop on some upcoming PRS gear) (hal. 40), The Beatles: Chris Gill chooses 11 classic Beatles recordings, breaks down the gear used on the tracks and tells you how to reproduce those sounds using modern, affordable gear. He also gets into the flatwound-vs .- roundwound debate, the band’s acoustic gear and more. Plus, three top Beatles tribute bands tell us how they reproduce the Beatles’ fab tones (hal. 48) Paul mccartney Wing Man: Guitarist Denny Laine, the only constant member of Wings besides Paul and Linda McCartney, discusses the recording of two classic Wings albums, Red Rose Speedway and Band on the Run, both of which turn 50 in 2023 (hal. 64), Soundcheck: PRS Horsemeat, Mary Cries and Wind Through the trees pedals (hal. 71), Taylor Urban Ironbark 514ce (hal. 73), Gretsch G5232T Electromatic Double Jet FT with Bigsby (Hal 74), MXR Duke of tone overdrive (hal. 75), ColumsIn Deep by Andy Aledort (hal. 78), Tales from Nerdville by Joe Bonamassa (hal. 79), Melodic muse by Andy Timmons (hal. 80) Live from Flat V by Josh Smith (hal. 81), Performance Notes: Tips on how to play this issue’s songs, courtesy of our very own Jimmy Brown (Hal. 83), Power tools: During the Sixties, guitarists wanted to copy the Beatles’ sitar sounds, but not many them wanted to a real sitar (110)
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