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No. 219 March 2011

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On the Cover: The Avett Brothers. The North Carolina siblings on their influences, songwriting collaborations, and how switching instruments can make a song blossom.

Songs:

  • Dewey Bunnell  "Horse with No Name"
  • Bill Withers  "Ain't No Sunshine"
  • Arrangement by Andrew DuBrock  "Sweet Sunny South"

Features: Four decades into building his unique custom guitars, James Goodall is making his most refined instruments ever; Everything you need to know to order your dream guitar; Giving Tree Band. Rootsy, timeless acoustic music from an eight-piece ensemble with a focus on sustainable living; How a Guitar Can be Re-Topped. Replacing a top for repair or tonal alteration; Must-Know Bluegrass Vocabulary. A guide to practical licks every flatpicker should know. 

Lessons:

  • Evan Hirschelman Lesson. The classical guitarist explains how he integrates slurs, arpeggios, and large interval leaps into his compositions.
  • Record on an iPhone. Improve the recording quality of your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch with these dedicated recording apps and mics.
  • Play Leads with Arpeggios. Open up your lead playing by integrating arpeggios into the mix, just like the guitarists in the Allman. 

Gear Reviews:

  • Huss and Dalton DS-12 Custom
  • Luna Vicki Genfan Signature Model

 

 

 

On the Cover: The Avett Brothers. The North Carolina siblings on their influences, songwriting collaborations, and how switching instruments can make a song blossom.

Songs:

  • Dewey Bunnell  "Horse with No Name"
  • Bill Withers  "Ain't No Sunshine"
  • Arrangement by Andrew DuBrock  "Sweet Sunny South"

Features: Four decades into building his unique custom guitars, James Goodall is making his most refined instruments ever; Everything you need to know to order your dream guitar; Giving Tree Band. Rootsy, timeless acoustic music from an eight-piece ensemble with a focus on sustainable living; How a Guitar Can be Re-Topped. Replacing a top for repair or tonal alteration; Must-Know Bluegrass Vocabulary. A guide to practical licks every flatpicker should know. 

Lessons:

  • Evan Hirschelman Lesson. The classical guitarist explains how he integrates slurs, arpeggios, and large interval leaps into his compositions.
  • Record on an iPhone. Improve the recording quality of your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch with these dedicated recording apps and mics.
  • Play Leads with Arpeggios. Open up your lead playing by integrating arpeggios into the mix, just like the guitarists in the Allman. 

Gear Reviews:

  • Huss and Dalton DS-12 Custom
  • Luna Vicki Genfan Signature Model