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  • Acoustic Lessons Vol.1

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    Five flattop-only instructionals on everything from Leo Kottke’s picking technique to open-string tricks, harmonics, and the “10 bluegrass commandments.”

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  • Acoustic Gigging, Recording & Maintenance Tips Vol.1

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    Expert advice on managing humidity, intonating a 12-string, restringing your classical guitar, performance prep, and more.

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    2018 Digital Issue 02 February

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    Premier Guitar February 2018: Our cover story this month tackles the gargantuan task of highlighting the guitars, amps, and effects—and associated players—that epitomize the movements in rock ’n’ roll during each decade, going back to its birth in the 1950s. New artist interviews include chats with Joe Satriani, Dhani Harrison, Chelsea Wolfe, Bruce Cockburn, Victor Wooten, and Pat Martino. We also take a look at what everyday guitarists and bassists can do to be more mindful of the environment in their day-to-day habits as players. Gear reviews this issue include the Epiphone Les Paul SL, MXR’s Booster Mini, Epigaze Audio’s Civic Crown, the SoundBrut DrVa, Vox’s Adio Air BS, the Catalinbread Belle Epoch Deluxe, Warwick’s RockBass Corvette Basic 8, EarthQuaker Devices’ Data Corrupter, Martin’s 2017 D-28, the Boss MD-500, G&L’s Doheny, the API TranZformer LX, and ValveTrain’s Thunder/Train. We’ve also got three song tabs (print edition only): Maren Morris & Vince Gill’s “Dear Hate,” Mahavishnu Orchestra’s “Birds of Fire,” and Stevie Wonder’s “Superstition.”

  • Acoustic DIY Vol.1

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    From bridge-pin advice to tips on adjusting action and installing pickups—seven hands-on how-tos for flattop lovers. 

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    2018 Digital Issue 01 January

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    Premier Guitar January 2018: Our cover story this month is a true treat for longtime fans of Radiohead: After decades of avoiding guitar interviews, Ed O’Brien steps out of the shadows to gratefully ruminate with PG about his journey in one of modern rock’s most celebrated—and confounding—bands. We also talk to funk bassist extraordinaire Bootsy Collins, blues badass Samantha Fish, Bloodclot’s Todd Youth (formerly of Danzig) and Nick Oliveri (previously of Queens of the Stone Age), and—in a double-whammy treasure—avant-garde guitarist Elliott Sharp interviews storied producer Peter K. Siegel about his work recording with Doc Watson and Roy Buchanan. On the gear front, this issue we have a feature all about the ins and outs of guitar necks—materials, construction, profile shapes, etc.—as well as 13 guitar and bass reviews, including the Gretsch Players Edition Broadkaster, Wooly Coats’ Spanky MkII, the Mayones Hydra, Baroni Lab’s Mini Amp 50, Traveler’s LTD EC-1, the Grez Mendocino, KHDK’s Abyss, Old Blood Noise Endeavors’ Fault, the Serek Midwestern 2, Mid-Fi Electronics’ Magick i, the RainSong CH-WS, and Rocket Surgeon’s Boris. In our print edition only, we also have transcriptions of Van Halen’s “Mean Street,” Doc Watson’s “Blackberry Blossom,” and King Crimson’s “21st Century Schizoid Man.”

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    The CAGED System Demystified

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    Master the guitar with this time-tested method of visualizing and expanding basic chords, scales, and modes across the fretboard.

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    2017 Digital Issue 12 December

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    Longtime readers know that at the end of each year we highlight the gear that blew our minds over the last 12 months—stuff that wowed us so much in terms of tone, flexibility, build/design, and value that it earned a minimum of 18 out of 20 possible “picks” in our ratings categories. This issue is no different, with our cover story celebrating the tonal ecstasies of 72 guitars, basses, amps, effects, and accessories. On the artist front, this issue we talk to Tetrarch shredder Diamond Rowe, Death from Above bassist Jesse Keeler, Thee Oh Sees’ John Dwyer, and slide genius Jerry Douglas. We also have tablature song transcriptions (print only) for Red Hot Chili Peppers’ “Dark Necessities,” Iron Maiden’s “Wasted Years,” and the Black Crowes’ “Twice as Hard.” Our gear reviews this month include Fender’s ’64 Custom Deluxe Reverb, the Hughes & Kettner Era 1, Radial Engineering’s Texas Pro, the SviSound Techno-FA phaser, Hahn’s 112 solidbody, the Vertex Steel String, Yamaha’s BBP34, Stomp Under Foot’s Alabaster, Jackson Audio’s Prism, the Island Anzol, the Boss GT-1B, and Walrus Audio’s ARP-87.

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    2017 Digital Issue 11 November

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    Whether you’re completely turned off by fuzz pedals or just brand-new to and overwhelmed by them, this month’s cover story demystifies this sometimes-confusing stompbox niche and explains how the right fuzz can stoke inspiration in any genre imaginable. On the artist front, we’ve got interviews with Wendy Melvoin (from the late great Prince’s band the Revolution), Metalocalypse mastermind Brendon Small, and bluesman Jonny Lang. We’ve also got a feature offering an insider’s perspective on recording guitar for film and TV soundtracks, as well as a primer on both how to play slide guitar, and the pros and cons of different slide types. Song transcriptions this month (print only) are Pink Floyd’s “Comfortably Numb,” Mastodon’s “Curl of the Burl,” and Fleetwood Mac’s “Oh Well (Part 1).” Meanwhile our gear-review section deep-dives on the Coppersound Foxcatcher, Guitar Pro 7, Outlaw Effects’ Deputy Marshal, Korg’s AW-LT100B bass tuner, the Headrush Pedalboard, Ashdown’s SZ Funk Face, Bigfoot Engineering’s King Fuzz XL, the Boss Acoustic Singer Live combo, the MOD Duo, Pinter’s SB1-J Jazz Jr., Allen Eden’s Disciple 5 bass, and the Keeley Compressor Plus.

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    2017 Digital Issue 10 October

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    This month the world-famous phenomenon that is PG’s annual Pedal Issue manifests itself with—count ’em!—33 in-depth and insightful stompbox reviews, ranging from simple boosts and overdrives to fuzzes, switchers, freakazoid machines, and, of course, boxes just for bassists. Covered brands include mainstays like Boss, Way Huge, MXR, TC Electronic, and Carl Martin, newer boutique standouts like EarthQuaker Devices, Chase Bliss, and JHS, and stomps from impressive overseas outfits like Stone Deaf, Tsakalis AudioWorks, Rainger Fx. Rounding out our gear section, we also take a look at Gibson Custom’s Modern Doublecut Standard, the Supro 1685RT Neptune Reverb, and Schecter’s CV-4 bass. Artist interviews this month include chats with Sonic Youth icon Thurston Moore, blues-rock vet Robin Trower, acoustic polymath Molly Tuttle, and Mike Watt and Nick Reinhart from Big Walnuts Yonder. We’ve also got a historic piece on post-punk trailblazers Andy Gill (Gang of Four), Keith Levene (the Clash, PiL), and Gareth Sager (the Pop Group, Rip Rig + Panic, Head). Tablature transcriptions this month (print magazine only) are Ozzy Osbourne’s “Bark at the Moon,” Stevie Ray Vaughan’s “Lenny (Live),” and Ryan Adams’ “New York, New York.”

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    2017 Digital Issue 09 September

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    This month we recap the 23 instruments, amps, stomps, and accessories that twisted our heads around at Summer NAMM in Nashville—the biggest gear show of the season. We’ve also got insightful interviews with influential artists like bassist Peter Hook (New Order, Joy Division) and Juliana Hatfield, as well as Addi Tryggvason from Icelandic post-metal quartet Sólstafir, and Sandra Petrova and Dafne Macías from Mexican avant-garde outfit Descartes a Kant. On the gear front, we’ve got an exhaustive reference piece detailing everything you need to know about electric-guitar pickups, and reviews of the Line 6 Variax Shuriken, Rocket Surgeon Labs’ Seratone bass fuzz, the Elektron Analog Drive, MXL’s DX-2 dual-capsule mic, the BSM Supreme, BYOC’s Crown Jewel, the Victory V40 Deluxe, Tanglewood’s Java TWJP parlor guitar, J. Rockett Audio’s I.Q. Compressor, David Norschow Amplification’s DNA-800 bass head, the Friedman Dirty Shirley, Italia’s Maranello Cavo bass, and the Fuzzrocious Blast Furnace. Tablature transcriptions this month (print magazine only) are Radiohead’s “2+2=5,” John Mayer’s “Neon,” and Steely Dan’s “Josie.”