'Lost' Interviews With EDDIE VAN HALEN, RANDY RHOADS Featured In Free Issue Of iGuitar Magazine

The latest issue of the free digital magazine iGuitar is now live and it's filled with video interviews, interactive guitar lessons and all the latest gear reviews. Not to mention an incredible competition to win a Peavey Delta Blues 15 Amp!

Interviews: Eddie Van Halen: the lost interview. EVH rocked the guitar playing world when the band's first album was released. Even today debate still rages about how he got that amazing sound. iGuitar unearthed a long-lost interview with U.S. journalist Steven Rosen who has the answers!

Other interviews include OPETH's Mikael Åkerfeldt and Fredrik Åkesson, and ALTER BRIDGE and CREED guitarist Mark Termonti. The Past Master series continues with Part 2 of the Randy Rhoads "lost interview" from 1981.

As part of the EVH Special, Jamie Humphries bring you three separate tecb sessions this month in his "Just Like Eddie" series…. The style: How to match EVH's unique style…. The sound: How you can get close to Eddie's sound with modestly-priced gear …. The rhythm method: Chord arpeggios EVH style.

Don't miss the column features as Andy James, Tom Quayle, Rick Graham, Michael Casswell and Jamie Humphries all continue their brilliant tech lessons, including tips, tricks and licks on hybrid picking, harmonizing a melody note, 12-bar tapping and shifting pitch. Also don't forget all of our tech sessions feature full downloadable tab plus the essential DVD list to advance your playing!

The Listening Room: DEEP PURPLE's Steve Morse on Pat Metheny, as told to John Stix.

Issue 10 is out NOW and is available for free at this location.


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