Total Guitar Rhythm Special In Stores Now!
17th Jun 2009 | 09:55
The latest issue of Total Guitar is on sale in stores NOW and will teach you everything you need to know about playing rhythm guitar...
TG190 features an incredible in-depth interview with Metallica frontman James Hetfield, giving you the lowdown on how he developed his jaw-dropping riffing chops.
We count down our Top 30 Rhythm Guitarists of all time, and reveal the secrets behind playing with a metronome. And with our Guide To Basic Rhythm Styles you can learn how to play blues, funk and reggae like the experts. It's the only magazine dedicated to making you the best rhythm player you can be!
With a raft of awesome tab including Green Day's massive new hit 'Know Your Enemy', Velvet Revolver's' anthem 'Get Out The Door' and Slipknot's' Download-slaying, mosh-inducing 'Dead Memories' there really is something for every player.
Also in this issue, we group test the best Telecaster types for UNDER £500 and check out Fender's tone-tastic AmpliTube software in our industry leading gear section.
Our experts show you how to get started playing both acoustic and electric guitar with easy video lessons, Machine Head's Phil Demmel shows you how to play monster metal riffs with drop-tuned powerchords and we delve into the unique sounds and technique of REM's Peter Buck.
Also tabbed this issue:
Strum along to The Enemy's rousing anthem 'We'll Live And Die In These Towns'
Mystery Jet's 'Young Love'
Learn how to play FIVE of The White Stripes' best known riffs, '7 Nation Army', 'Fell In Love With A Girl', 'Conquest', 'Blue Orchid' and 'I Just Don't Know What To Do With Myself' on the video section of our FREE CD.
Stick the CD in your stereo or computer, listen to the audio lessons and play along with the backing tracks!
We also answer your technique and theory questions in our Q&A section and show you how to nail hand stretches in less than a month!
Along with our exclusive regular video lessons with shred guru Paul Gilbert, and advice on how to keep your axe in tip top shape in Ed's Shed, it makes a pretty tasty package for £4.99!
Get down your newsagent now!