Mak­ing this month’s mag

Total Guitar - - EDITOR’S LETTER -


Stuck in his nest dur­ing a bout of icy weather, Bird­man took off his feath­ery mit­tens and passed the time play­ing bass. Chris is of­ten heard play­ing grunge cov­ers and em­u­lat­ing Jeff Ament’s 12-string Ham er with an ehxn an opog, but, with maiden, clap­ton and goo goo Dolls on theme nu,tg’ s very own Cd pro­vided am­ple en­ter­tain­ment.

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This is­sue’s bari­tone round-up has Mike jonesing for a bari to call his own .“some­times go­ing lower takes you higher,” our res­i­dent gear sage tells us, in a rare mo­ment of rig-based pro­fun­dity. Plus, it’s an es­sen­tial piece of kit if you’re go­ing to tackle the surf gui­tar line in Ricky Martin opus, Livin’lavi­daloca!


The plight of the rhythm gui­tarist is some­thing that Rob feels keenly. Un­der­rated and un­der-ap­pre­ci­ated, it re­mains the es­sen­tial gui­tar skill. so he was happy to meet Brian Fal­lon (p40) and find a player mak­ing the most of his role as a singer/gui­tarist to de­velop his rhythm chops.

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