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    2018 Digital Issue 09 September

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    Premier Guitar September 2018: Our cover story this month is a chat with influential former Smiths guitarist (and now rather prolific solo artist and sideman) Johnny Marr, who talks to us about his latest album, Call the Comet, as well as his favorite gear—including his signature Fender Jaguars. We also talk to T.J. and John from blazing country/rock duo Brothers Osborne, drone-doom guitarist Dylan Carlson of Earth, experimental shredder Emil Werstler, and avant-garde guitar andworld explorer Henry Kaiser. On the gear front, we’ve got a best-of wrap of our 25 favorite pieces of new gear from the annual Summer NAMM show in Nashville, as well as a primer on what to look for in acoustic DI boxes. Meanwhile, our reviews section has 13 guitar and bass deep-dives on EarthQuaker Devices’ Westwood, the Guild Jetstar, Friedman’s BE-50, the Line 6 Powercab 112 Plus, Ibanez’s TCB1006 ALM Stephen “Thundercat” Bruner signature bass, the Origin Effects RevivalDRIVE, Fender’s Player Series Jaguar, the TC Electronic SpectraDrive, Wren and Cuff’s Two-Five, Nunomo’s the Grain, JAM Pedals’ Ripply Fall, the Crazy Tube Circuits Locomotive, and more. In our print edition (only), we’ve also got three full tablature transcriptions of Megadeth’s “Guns, Drugs, & Money,” John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers’ “Steppin’ Out,” and Ben Harper’s “The Woman in You.”

  • Acoustic Soundboard Vol. 1

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    Taylor’s Andy Powers and other industry heavyweights on humidity, setup secrets, preventing cracks, and more.

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  • Acoustic Soundboard Vol. 3

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    Award-winning acoustic gear as well as insights from Andy Powers, Bryan Galloup, and Richard Johnston on voicing, the shape of the flattop, and the history of tonewood finishes.

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  • Acoustic Soundboard Vol. 2

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    Unplugged tips and wisdom from Larry Fishman, Antiques Roadshow appraiser Richard Johnston, luthier/instructor Bryan Galloup, and other flattop prime movers.

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  • Acoustic Soundboard Vol. 4

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    Sound vs. Bling, String-Gauge Myths, What You Should Know About Wood “Aging”, Must-Know Acoustic Care, & More!

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    2018 Digital Issue 08 August

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    Premier Guitar August 2018: Our annual Amp Issue is stacked to the chassis with killer amplifier info for everyone from beginners to expert players, including a comprehensive explanation of how tube-amp gain stages work and how cabinet components and construction affect tone, in addition to reviews of four hot new amps. Artist features this month include interviews with former Pavement frontman Stephen Malkmus, Captain Sensible and Paul Gray from legendary punk band the Damned, and Nigerian Tuareg guitarist Almeida from Tal National. We also find out about the very first guitars played by 12 pros—including Nita Strauss, Marissa Paternoster, Mark Arm, Al Di Meola, Joey Landreth, Paul Gilbert, and more. Meanwhile, this issue’s gear-reviews section takes a hard listen to the EVH 5150III 6L6, Paul Reed Smith’s Mark Tremonti MT15, the Sound City SC30, Blackstar’s Unity 500, the Pigtronix Octava Micro, the Jext Telez Jonathan’s Wilson Canyon Climber, Music Man’s 2018 StingRay 4-string, Spaceman’s Mercury IV, the Dwarfcraft Devices Grazer Sample Slice Repeater, Lounsberry’s Amp Rescue, Elite Guitar’s Cling On acoustic pickup, and the TC Electronic AEON sustainer.

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    2018 Digital Issue 07 July

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    Premier Guitar July 2018: This year’s Acoustic Issue features an in-depth introduction to the world of resonator guitars, a look at the stunning work of four stellar American luthiers, and six acoustic-oriented gear reviews. We’ve also got interviews with Meshell Ndegeocello and Black Rebel Motorcycle Club’s Peter Hayes and Robert Levon Been, as well as a look at the “big beast” guitar synths behind 1970s prog-rock pioneers. Gear reviews this month include a look at Fender’s Eric Johnson Signature Stratocaster Thinline, Taylor’s Builder’s Edition K14ce, L.R. Baggs’ Align Series Reverb, the Klōs Travel Guitar, Fishman’s Loudbox Mini Charge, Paul Reed Smith’s SE A40E acoustic, EarthQuaker Devices’ Pyramids, the MXR Classic 108 Fuzz (Mini), the Swope Dakota 4-string, Dogmatek’s Arctic Wolf, Hartke’s HD500, the Framus Television Teambuilt Pro, the Blackbird Savoy, and Two-Rock’s Bloomfield Drive. In the print edition, there are also full tablature transcriptions of Anthrax’s “Indians,” Sheryl Crow’s “Strong Enough,” and Jane’s Addiction’s “Mountain Song.”

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    2018 Digital Issue 06 June

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    Premier Guitar June 2018: For our cover story this month, we tapped U.K. studio guru and vintage-gear dealer Tony Miln to scour the outlands of outboard gear to examine 20 unusual spring reverbs that promise ultimate ambient power. In our artist-interview section, we talk to Blur’s Britpop legend Graham Coxon, slide master Ry Cooder, Stone Temple Pilots’ Dean and Robert DeLeo, Kittie’s Morgan Lander and Tara McLeod, and Nashville twanger Guthrie Trapp. We also serve up a Forgotten Heroes piece on krautrock icons CAN. In gear reviews, we’ve got a roundup of short-scale basses—Fender’s JMJ Road Worn Mustang, Spector’s Bantam 4, and Supro’s Huntington II—in addition to outings with the Orange Brent Hinds Terror, the PRS Silver Sky, Source Audio’s Ventris reverb, Blackstar’s HT Club MkII, the Cort GB75JH 5-string, Fender’s the Bends compressor, Dusky’s Mandorla, the Lovell Shakey tremolo, Land Devices’ HP-2, the Meris Polymoon, Hü Tonelabs’ Psychlone Jr., and Ampeg’s Opto Comp. In the print edition, we’ve also got full transcriptions of three tunes: Jeff Beck’s “Cause We’ve Ended As Lovers,” Django Reinhardt’s “Honeysuckle Rose,” and Imagine Dragons’ “I’m So Sorry.”

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    2018 Digital Issue 05 May

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    Premier Guitar May 2018: Our annual DIY issue serves up a massive feature detailing our recommended mods for four famously affordable instruments—three 6-strings and a bass—that serve as excellent platforms for getting a “custom” axe at a price way lower than a luthier-built alternative. Meanwhile, our interview lineup sees us chatting with Aerosmith legend Joe Perry, Bones guitarist (and Jeff Beck collaborator) Carmen Vandenberg, avant-jazz vet Bill Frisell, Corrosion of Conformity’s Pepper Keenan and Woody Weatherman, and acoustic trooper John Prine. Gear reviews this month include comprehensive looks at Dr. Z’s Z-PLUS combo, Tech 21’s GED-2112 Geddy Lee SansAmp, the Pigtronix Mothership 2, Universal Audio’s OX, the Modulus Graphite Funk Unlimited RevOLite 4, Magnetic Effects’ Midphoria, Darkglass Electronics’ Alpha•Omicron, the Koll Super Cub, Massive Effects’ G.O.A.F., Schuyler Dean’s Jazzmaster Gold Foil pickups, the Gamechanger Audio Plus pedal, Subdecay’s Vector, and the Fender CN-60S nylon-string.

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    2018 Digital Issue 04 April

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    Premier Guitar April 2018: This month we take you inside the Winter NAMM show in Anaheim, California—the year’s biggest gear show—to recap the 27 products that wowed us most, from acoustic, electric, and bass guitars to amps and effects. In our artist interviews, we talk to Umphrey’s McGee’s Jake Cinninger and Brendan Bayliss, the Darkness’ Justin and Dan Hawkins, Khruangbin’s Laura Lee and Mark Speer, Converge’s Kurt Ballou, Johnny Hiland, and Jim Campilongo. Meanwhile, our gear reviews include in-depth looks at the Mesa/Boogie Rosette 300 Two:Eight acoustic combo, PureSalem’s Mendiola solidbody, the Yellowcake Lida Machine, Sire’s Marcus Miller P7 bass, Miura Guitars’ M2 compressor/limiter, the Cusack Tap-A-Delay, the Neunaber Iconoclast, Red Hawk Effects’ Raven germanium/silicon Fuzz Face clone, the Mythos Pedals Chupacabra, Todd Sharp’s JOAT 20, the Matthews Effects Chemist, Sublime Guitars’ Chieftain Deluxe, and the Peterson StroboClip HD tuner. We’ve also got tablature transcriptions of three killer tunes (print only): Lynyrd Skynyrd’s “I Know a Little,” James Taylor’s “Fire and Rain,” and Umphrey’s McGee’s “Looks.”

  • Best of State of the Stomp Vol. 1

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    Five hot-shot pedal designers discuss effect loop basics, MIDI, placement, “noise,” and more.

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