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I was tipped off to this by Onslow_Beach:

http://www.musicradar.com/guitarist/guitarist-issue-345-on-sale-now-485493

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Very nice! Thanks for posting this!

Matt "tha Kat" Lentz
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Cool. I'll have to check that out. You would think that Guitar Mags like these would feature more Surf music articles and such. After all it is guitar based music.

The Deadbeats

i urge all sg101' ers to write in ( as i did)and congratulate said publication for featuring surf music articles.....!

Thanks for posting that, Brian! Now if I could actually get my hands on a copy...

fady

I'd never heard of that mag before.

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I guess you guys allready know, but there was an 5 page surfguitar article in the July issue of Guitar and Bass Magazine. Its an English magazine, maybe its not availeble in US?

Nils

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No I didn't know about either - off to the shops tomorrow, hopefully at least one of these will be in my local!

Cheers,

Andrew

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Volcanik wrote:

No I didn't know about either - off to the shops
tomorrow, hopefully at least one of these will be in my
local!

Do that Smile

Nils

"If it hadn’t been for Link Wray and 'Rumble,' I would have never picked up a guitar." - Pete Townshend, The Who

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In the US, these UK guitar and music magazines can usually be found at Borders or Barnes & Noble bookstores. Trouble is, they have almost all shut down.

It's also available on the iPad for $4.99, thanks for the heads-up on this issue.

Borders closed down big time earlier this year in Australia,It was quite dirty as they would not honour gift vouchers unless you purchased other items equal to the value of the gift voucher,also sales staff were done over losing leave entitlements and other benefits. It was like the company said **** you Australia and upped stumps.

00Diablo wrote:

It's also available on the iPad for $4.99, thanks for
the heads-up on this issue.
Big Grin

"If it hadn’t been for Link Wray and 'Rumble,' I would have never picked up a guitar." - Pete Townshend, The Who

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This is a great mag. I used to get it in the late nineties early two thousands. Top notch production.

"Guitarist" or "Guitar & Bass Magazine"?:)

"If it hadn’t been for Link Wray and 'Rumble,' I would have never picked up a guitar." - Pete Townshend, The Who

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It's in "Guitarist"....("The Guitar Player's Bible")....& has a "Teal Green" Jaguar, resting on a surfboard as a cover picture......features interview's w/Dick Dale & Paul Johnson...(some Bel-Airs notes) & an interview w/Don Felder.

This is the cover. There are e-versions of it.
http://www.musicradar.com/guitarist/guitarist-issue-345-on-sale-now-485493

jonfender wrote:

It's in "Guitarist"....("The Guitar Player's
Bible")....& has a "Teal Green" Jaguar, resting on a
surfboard as a cover picture......features interview's
w/Dick Dale & Paul Johnson...(some Bel-Airs notes) & an
interview w/Don Felder.

This is Noel. Reverb's at maximum an' I'm givin' 'er all she's got.

I was referring to Guitarist. It packs a lot into 1 issue and comes with a CD that has videos as well as backing tracks.

Volcanik wrote:

No I didn't know about either - off to the shops
tomorrow, hopefully at least one of these will be in my
local!

Did you find your mags?

Nils

"If it hadn’t been for Link Wray and 'Rumble,' I would have never picked up a guitar." - Pete Townshend, The Who

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Picked up a copy earlier this week from WH Smiths. As with most Future Publishing Magazines it's a quality read. The surf article is nicely written, fairly accurate account of the 1960s surf boom. PJ and Dick Dale's comments are sparse and i doubt the average SG101'er would learn very much but i'm as pleased as anyone to see the front cover in local shops around the uk. It would have been nice to have given a few current bands a mention but oh well, nothings perfect. I'd say to overseas buyers, so long as you're not paying over the odds, you'll enjoy this edition. The Eventide Space Reverb pedal review is worth a large eyeballing! Oh, the free cd crashed my perfectly healthy win7 PC three times.....

Malc

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