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Issue #15 'Billy Gibbons'

Interviews with ZZ Top legend Billy Gibbons, Steve Lukather and Jerry Donahue + WIN one of three Orange Micro Terror Stacks as reviewed in issue 11!

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 years offer, every Guitar Interactive subscriber can still claim a FREE copy of the brilliant TAB editing software package Guitar Pro 6!

ZZ Top legend Billy Gibbons is the star of the show this month with two in-depth interviews with Stuart Bull and Michael Casswell, and a special 'Billy Gibbons Masterclass' lesson from Danny Gill. Other interviews include Steve Lukather who talks to Gi about his eagerly awaited new solo album 'Transistion' and Jerry Donahue sits down with Lee Hodgson to discuss his string-bending technique and his extensive career.

There's a fantastic competition this month as readers are given the chance to win one of three fabulous Orange Micro Terror Stacks as reviewed in issue 11, plus a copy of 'The Book Of Orange'.

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 new series, Guitar Idol winner Don Alder teaches part two of his 'Acoustic Percussion' 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 an exclusive review of the new Ibanez Iron Label 8-string Guitar along with new products from Musicman, Kemper, Ampeg, Vigier, Seymour Duncan, Laney, Schecter, PRS, Peterson, BC Rich, Taylor, Yamaha, Tanglewood and Freshman.

If that's not enough, Gi brings you part two of the new 'Rise Of The Super-Ukes' feature with Ukelele expert John Howlett explaining why the Ukelele is conquering the world and reviewing the best models on the market.

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

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