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07-16-2011, 09:17 PM
Hey Guys,

Just wanted to share this great find with ya'll! :yeah:

Its a guitar magazine, pdf format.

About The Sound Guitar Magazine

A player's player from an early age, Jason Macedo grew up in the Bay area influenced heavily by the musicians around him; musicians like Alex Skolnik, Jason Becker, Forbidden and Shawn Lane. After labouring to perfect his craft, and honing his chops with various groups, Jason met and formed a fast friendship with a legally blind but gifted musician Johnny Hiland.

Their time together resulted in the germination of an idea, an idea that grew, and grew, fed by Jason's desire to have a magazine not concerned solely with mainstream popular culture, but created for all fanatical guitarists- those who continue to explore and develop their knowledge of the instrument.

It should not be your typical guitar magazine.It's a magazine "written for guitar players by guitar player, in distinctive genres." A magazine that is written by guitarists, for guitarists; where customer and subscriber satisfaction is paramount.

And, it shall be free! Hiland's mantra is quality above all- more than advertising dollars, more than what's hot this second; more of what a guitar player wonders and questions, and seeks to uncover.

The Sound should contain a plethora of tips and learning strategies; a guitarists' toolbox, with transcriptions, interviews, honest gear reviews, and lessons from the best guitar players out there, and opportunities for up and coming artists to showcase themselves to a cohesive market.

The Sound- For players, with players, by players.
Johnny and Jason

They have 9 issues so far, and I've been enjoying reading them! A great magazine for guitarists!!! :clapping:


07-16-2011, 09:34 PM
Thanks for sharing there is a ton of cool stuff there!:clapping: :clapping: :clapping:

07-16-2011, 10:00 PM
Thanks Dude !..More good stuff :bigsmile:

07-16-2011, 10:16 PM
This is from the the Mag(The Sound: Volume 8
Featuring Carl Verheyen and Andy James)... isn't that Bruce Arnold not Martin G. ?
Page 70 shows a B.A. Lesson...Cool