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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.”

  • 2018 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.”

  • 2017 Issue 04 April

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    This month we take you inside the Winter 2017 NAMM show—the year’s biggest unveiling of new guitar gear—and show you the axes, amps, and stomps that wowed our editors most. On the gear-review front, this month we’ve also got a roundup of six 8″ speakers, and deep-dives on the new Fender Professional Stratocaster, BC Audio’s Octaplex, Martin’s D-16E, the Line 6 Spider V 120, Darkglass’ Microtubes 900 head, Ovation/Applause’s AE44II, the EarthQuaker Devices Space Spiral, NEXI’s ’70s Distortion, G7th’s UltraLight capo, the Crazy Tube Circuits Planet B, MXR’s Phase 95 Mini, the Phil Jones Session 77, and the Positive Grid BIAS Rack. Meanwhile, our feature interviews this month include chats with Ty Segall and Emmett Kelly, De La Tierra’s Andreas Kisser (also of Sepultura), folk legend Michael Chapman, the Lemon Twigs, and blues troubadour Otis Taylor.

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    2017 Digital Issue 04 April

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    This month we take you inside the Winter 2017 NAMM show—the year’s biggest unveiling of new guitar gear—and show you the axes, amps, and stomps that wowed our editors most. On the gear-review front, this month we’ve also got a roundup of six 8″ speakers, and deep-dives on the new Fender Professional Stratocaster, BC Audio’s Octaplex, Martin’s D-16E, the Line 6 Spider V 120, Darkglass’ Microtubes 900 head, Ovation/Applause’s AE44II, the EarthQuaker Devices Space Spiral, NEXI’s ’70s Distortion, G7th’s UltraLight capo, the Crazy Tube Circuits Planet B, MXR’s Phase 95 Mini, the Phil Jones Session 77, and the Positive Grid BIAS Rack. Meanwhile, our feature interviews this month include chats with Ty Segall and Emmett Kelly, De La Tierra’s Andreas Kisser (also of Sepultura), folk legend Michael Chapman, the Lemon Twigs, and blues troubadour Otis Taylor.

  • 2016 Issue 04 April

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    Premier Guitar April 2016: Looking for your next gear fix? Our cover story this month takes you inside the Winter 2016 NAMM show to give you a look at the most intriguing new guitars, basses, amps, effects, and accessories to keep your eyes peeled for at your local shop.
Meanwhile, our review lineup assesses 13 new tone toys, including Fender’s Jimi Hendrix Strat, Warwick’s Adam Clayton signature bass, the MXR Carbon Copy Bright, Allen Eden’s 1987 solidbody, the Radial Headload, Ventura Valve Amplifiers’ VVA50, the Echopark F-1 Dual Germanium fuzz, Magnetic Effects White Atom, Bergantino’s B|Amp, and Tyyster’s Pelti 12-string. Our artist features this issue includechats with Stephen Carpenter and Chino Moreno of Deftones, Ben Harper, Wolfmother’s Andrew Stockdale, Lucinda Williams and Bill Frisell, jazz guitarist Liberty Ellman, and John Jorgenson. We’ve also got a roundtable discussion with Parliament-Funkadelic’s George Clinton and guitarists Michael Hampton (aka Kidd Funkadelic), Dewayne “Blackbyrd” McKnight, and Ricky Rouse about the seminal funk outfit’s history and the gear, techniques, and musical approaches on their R&B masterpieces. To top things off, we offer tips and tricks on how to create quality recordings on the go with your phone, tablet, or laptop.

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    2016 Digital Issue 04 April

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    Looking for your next gear fix? Our cover story this month takes you inside the Winter 2016 NAMM show to give you a look at the most intriguing new guitars, basses, amps, effects, and accessories to keep your eyes peeled for at your local shop.
Meanwhile, our review lineup assesses 13 new tone toys, including Fender’s Jimi Hendrix Strat, Warwick’s Adam Clayton signature bass, the MXR Carbon Copy Bright, Allen Eden’s 1987 solidbody, the Radial Headload, Ventura Valve Amplifiers’ VVA50, the Echopark F-1 Dual Germanium fuzz, Magnetic Effects White Atom, Bergantino’s B|Amp, and Tyyster’s Pelti 12-string. Our artist features this issue includechats with Stephen Carpenter and Chino Moreno of Deftones, Ben Harper, Wolfmother’s Andrew Stockdale, Lucinda Williams and Bill Frisell, jazz guitarist Liberty Ellman, and John Jorgenson. We’ve also got a roundtable discussion with Parliament-Funkadelic’s George Clinton and guitarists Michael Hampton (aka Kidd Funkadelic), Dewayne “Blackbyrd” McKnight, and Ricky Rouse about the seminal funk outfit’s history and the gear, techniques, and musical approaches on their R&B masterpieces. To top things off, we offer tips and tricks on how to create quality recordings on the go with your phone, tablet, or laptop.

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    2015 Digital Issue 04 April

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    Gear fanatics will find a lot to love in this issue. For starters, our cover story details 44 new instruments, amps, and effects that wowed us at the Winter 2015 NAMM show. And our reviews start out with a roundup of four face-melting metal and hard-rock amps—Randall’s Ola Englund Satan, Engl’s Invader II E642/2, Mesa/Boogie’s Mark Five:25, and Friedman’s Double J Jerry Cantrell signature model. We also take a look at new gear from Ibanez, Demeter, Fender, Free the Tone, Radial Engineering, Dawner Prince, Acoustic, GreenChild, Phil Jones, and Slick Guitars. Rounding things out, we’ve got an in-depth feature on the history of steel guitar, as well as interviews with a wide array of players—from Imagine Dragon’s former jazzbo Wayne Sermon to avant-gardist Ben Chasny, experimentalist Oliver Ackermann from A Place to Bury Strangers (and Death by Audio pedals), tone alchemist Reine Fiske from Sweden’s the Amazing, and globetrotting acoustic adventurer Sir Richard Bishop.

  • 2014 Issue 04 April

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    Premier Guitar April 2014: Gear connoisseurs rejoice—we just got back from the Winter 2014 NAMM show in Anaheim, California, and here we’ve got the top 28 guitars, basses, amps, and stomps to covet in 2014. We also get to talk to John Frusciante about his long-awaited solo album, be a fly on the wall as bass legends Will Lee and Nathan East interview each other, and hear the latest from roots-rocker Jimbo Mathus and classical virtuoso Jason Vieaux. Meanwhile, luthier/pickup maker Tom Jones (TV Jones) writes about the history of the baritone guitar. Our gear reviews this month include the Line 6 POD HD Pro X, Eastwood Airline Map Baritone, Vox Night Train G2 NT15C1, Carvin PB4, MXR Phase 99, Lowden 32 SE, Synaptic Groove Snapperhead, Markbass Bass Multiamp, Solid Gold FX Zeta, and Fender Kingman Pro Custom.