THIS MONTH ON PREMIERGUITAR.COM/FEB2011
Welcome New Web Columnists
We recently added three new online-only columnists to premierguitar.com’s monthly lineup.
Head online to read them now!
ADvENTURES IN AMPLIFICATION By Tim Schroeder
Feast your eyes on amp-builder and repairman Tim Schroeder’s workbench! Schroeder
of Schroeder Guitar Repair in Chicago shares a new project every month, with step-
by-step photography and interesting take-home tips. In his debut installment in our
December issue, Schroeder tunes up a ’60s Fender Bandmaster—read it online at pre-
mierguitar.com/dec2010. Check out his upcoming series on repairing famed Dumble
amps in our January and February online issues.
THE WORkING GUITARIST By Peter Thorn
How do you become a working guitarist? Just ask Peter Thorn, who currently plays
with Melissa Etheridge and has a resume that boasts gigs with Chris Cornell, Jewel,
Alicia Keys, and more. Each month, Thorn shares road and studio advice to help you
kick things up a notch or two. His January-issue debut column addresses the differ-
ent approaches you can take to building a “B-rig”—a stripped-down, travel-friendly
setup—that still sounds like you.
INTO THE WILD By Ian Moore
Austin guitarist Ian Moore is a superbly talented player who has had his hands in
a bit of everything related to guitar, from an acclaimed solo career to building and
modifying his own gear to being a sideman for pop star Jason Mraz. He brings it
all together in his new monthly column that debuted with the January issue. Head
online to read it!
Satch gives PG the onstage
tour of his rig. He discusses
his Marshall signature JVM410
prototypes and the changes he’s
planning to make, his small arsenal
of workhorse guitars, his effects
and which songs he uses them on,
and how this rig differs from his
Head online for a killer
gallery full of photos from
the 20 coolest guitar stores in the
country. We’ve got you covered
from coast to coast, including leg-
endary shops like Gruhn’s Guitars
in Nashville and lesser-known gear
peddlers you should know about.
King’s X guitarist Ty Tabor
discusses his switch to floor
effects, his home studio setup,
and the status of new projects
for King’s X, Jelly Jam, and
Show Us Your Gear: Desert Island Rig
We’re now accepting submissions for our latest reader gear gallery: desert island rigs. Pick one guitar,
one amp, and one pedal—that’s all you get. What pieces of your rig are most crucial to your tone and
why? Send a photo of all three (or less!) together and an explanation of the type of music you play
to email@example.com by March 5, 2011, for consideration, and visit premierguitar.com/
feb2011 to see our last reader gear gallery—Most Unique Gear.