ZAKK WYLDE Featured In Latest Issue Of GUITAR INTERACTIVE Magazine

ZAKK WYLDE Featured In Latest Issue Of GUITAR INTERACTIVE Magazine

The latest free online edition of Guitar Interactive magazine is now available to read, watch and jam along with thanks to its unique interactive and pioneering digital format.

Zakk Wylde joins a select group of guitarists who have graced the digital cover of Guitar Interactive magazine not once, but twice. We met up with the BLACK LABEL SOCIETY kingpin for an exclusive interview and to witness the riff slaying prowess of one of hard rock's fiercest contemporaries.

GANG OF FOUR influenced an entire generation of musicians thanks to the jagged, post-punk guitar style of its gang master, Andy Gill. Guitar Interactive met with Andy to talk about his new album, "What Happens Next?", and to check out his home studio for a detailed rig rundown.

In Guitar Interactive's latest issue, there are also reviews of products by PRS, Dean, Godin, Fender, Laney, Mesa Engineering, Boss, Seymour Duncan, Red Witch, Pigtronix, Heli Sound, PreSonus, Crafter, Guild, Aguilar, Ampeg and more.

Issue 32 of Guitar Interactive magazine is available now at this location.



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