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Guitar Magazine September 2019
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Guitar Magazine September 2019

Guitar Magazine September 2019

English | 148 pages | True PDF | 148 MB

Well, it’s certainly been a busy month. As I write this, I’m in the unglamorous end of a British Airways Dreamliner cruising at 40,000ft somewhere over Virginia. We’re about to begin our descent into Nashville for the Summer NAMM show – an event that’s gone from strength to strength in recent years, maintaining a healthy mixture of big brands and boutique builders and a considerably more intimate feel than the winter show in Anaheim.

By the time you read this, you’ll doubtless be fully up to speed with all the new guitar, amp, effects and accessory releases from the show floor, but you can head to our YouTube page to catch up on all of our coverage and ensure there’s nothing you missed.

If it’s a deep dive you’re looking for, then you’ve come to the right place – this month’s new gear explosion sees us put Fender’s retro Vintera Series to the test alongside hot new products from Gretsch, Taylor, Blackstar, Chapman, Gibson and more. Gibson has been in the news for its legal challenges of late, but check out our review to find out what we think of the first production-line Les Pauls of the new era.

Elsewhere in the mag, we chat to a diverse bunch of artists, from guitar Jedi Guthrie Govan to country-soul superstar-in-waiting Yola, blues wunderkind Kingfish and LA songwriter Vanessa Wheeler, aka VAVÁ.

Just before we went to press, we learned of the sad death of legendary guitar tech Alan Rogan. Over the years, Alan tech’d for some of the world’s biggest bands – The Stones and The Who among them – and I was once lucky enough to witness him holding court in a London pub, regaling this Beatles obsessive and others with tales of working with George Harrison. Wonderful stuff.

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