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I buy GT when there’s some­thing on the cover that floats my boat. I chuck it into my shop­ping bas­ket in the su­per­mar­ket and my wife doesn’t no­tice till it’s too late. But I have no­ticed how much you con­cen­trate on lead play­ing, as op­posed to chords and rhythm. I’d buy it more of­ten if there were more great chord fea­tures – I re­mem­ber 50 Gor­geous Chords, from some years back, but not much re­cently.The mag is great, but per­haps a bit lop-sided? Mark Bel­way Well, Mark, I must dis­agree. Apart from the mam­moth cover fea­ture in this very is­sue, Chord Camp is a bril­liant re­source for rhythm; the Rock col­umn al­ways has a rhythm part; and Acous­tic usu­ally fo­cuses on chords, be they strummed or picked. Plus we reg­u­larly of­fer huge rhythm gui­tar fea­tures in ev­ery kind of style. Per­haps you should visit the su­per­mar­ket more of­ten. En­joy the is­sue!

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