Issue #17

Interviews with Ron 'Bumblefoot' Thal, Marty Friedman, Richard Thompson and Tom Monda + WIN 3 TC Electronic Pedals!

This issue of Guitar Interactive, the free digital guitar magazine has been released and it's loaded to the brim with new video interviews, interactive guitar lessons and reviews of all the latest guitars, amps and pedals. Also, continuing on from last month's offer, every Guitar Interactive subscriber can still claim a FREE copy of the brilliant TAB editing software package Guitar Pro 6!

This month's artist interview section features four incredible guitarists from around the globe with Guns N' Roses axe-slinger Ron 'Bumblefoot' Thal gracing the front cover and ex-Megadeth thrash legend Marty Friedman and acoustic virtuoso Richard Thompson also inside. Not only that, but we talk to Thankyou Scientist's Tom Monda ahead of his European tour about his career so far and what the future entails.

Fans of Peter Green and Gary Moore are in for a very special treat as we get access to the most famous guitar in the world, "The" 59' Les Paul. Hear it played in all its glory and read the story of its journey through the hands of the Blues and into the history books.

Paul Brett's Vintage Guitar Heaven is back for another instalment and asks, What vintage guitars are left that real people can still afford? This issue: 1958 Kay Upbeat, 1933 Gibson L-00  and the unbelievable Crapper II!

Don't miss the column features as Andy James, Tom Quayle, Rick Graham, Michael Casswell and Giorgio Serci all continue their technique lessons including tips, tricks and licks to help make you a better guitarist and continuing his popular series, Guitar Idol winner Don Alder teaches part three of his 'Percussion Techniques For The Acoustic Guitarist' lessons.

Included in the magazine is full downloadable tab for all of the lessons in the usual PDF format and now our new Guitar Pro 6 format so you can start using your FREE software right away (For details on how to claim your copy, visit the downloads page in the magazine).

The rest of the issue is jam packed with reviews including new products from PRS, Seymour Duncan, Engl, Orange Jam Pedals, Duesenberg, ESP, Slide Rig, Audio Kitchen, Ashdown, Eden, Musicman, Roscoe, Alvarez, Boulder Creek, Lowden and Seagull. We also get our hands on the Dual Fusion from Wampler, Tom Quayle's brand new signature pedal!

All this is available now and it's completely FREE!

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