Guitar Player - July 2016 - Carl Verheyen
The July 2016 issue of Guitar Player features Super Chops! With Carl Verheyen
The fretboard master talks about carving a niche with a new album, a truckload of gear, and the most intense practice regimen ever. Bonus lesson! Verheyen helps you play better and sound better right now.
Celebrating Prince - His GP Interviews – How To Play Like Him
Ana Popovic – The fearless blues burner once again does exactly what common wisdom tells her not to.
Larkin Poe – Megan and Rebecca Lovell are Classical Renegades, Bluegrass Shredders, and Rock and Roll Souls.
Opening Shots: We get up close and personal with the gigs, the gear, the guts and the glory that make playing guitar the coolest thing in the world.
- Tribute Lesson – Prince
- Feature Lesson – Joe Diorio’s Intervallic Designs
- Artist Lesson – Megadeath
- Style Lesson – Neighbor Tones
- Classic Riff – Stevie Ray Vaughan’s “Scuttle Buttin”
- Delay Lesson – Getting the most out of your delay pedal
Riffs: Gary Brawer gets greasy, Lyle Workman feels the Love, Kiefer Sutherland goes collecting. Jennifer Batten jogs your memory. Jim Campilongo spins Harvey Mandel, and more!
Review – D’Addario Nickel Bronze Acoustic Strings
Vintage Excerpt – Mike Auldridge on Reading Charts (from the November 1979 issue of Frets)