Guitar World - May-12 - Joe Walsh
Joe Walsh - He's a full-fledged member of the Eagles , he just played at the Grammys with Paul McCartney, and he owns an enviable collection of vintage guitars. As Joe Walsh drops his new solo album, Analog Man, and hits the road for the Eagles' 40th anniversary tour, he's the first to say he can't complain.
Shinedown - When Shinedown lost their lead axman, rhythm guitarist Zach Myers suddenly found himself handling all six-string duties. On the group's latest album,Amaryllis, he proves he can burn with the best of them.
Hubert Sumlin - He devoted his life to the blues. When he died last December, Sumlin left behind a legacy that shaped guitarists ranging from Jimi Hendrix to Stevie Ray Vaughan to Billy Gibbons.
Jethro Tull - Forty years after releasing Thick As a Brick, Ian Anderson delivers a sequel that puts a modern update on the prog-rock classic. PLUS: Anderson appraises five of Tull's ax authorities: from Tony Iommi to Martin Barre.
100 Tips For Better Guitar Playing - From technique and theory to gear and tone--this is the ultimate guide to becoming a better guitarist, no matter what skill level.
And 5 SONGS with Guitar & Bass TABS!
- Joe Walsh Life's Been Good
- Black Sabbath Electric Funeral
- Veil of Maya Unbreakable
- Howlin' Wolf Killing Floor
- Jethro Tull Thick as Brick