FREE online GuitarPlayer Vault magazines! Apr '09-*Jan '17 issues
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FREE online GuitarPlayer Vault magazines! Apr '09-*Jan '17 issues

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Found 20th Nov 2013
guitarplayer.com/vault
guitarplayer.com/g2

FREE 'GUITAR PLAYER' MAGAZINES (online - view or save to hard drive)

Zappa, Beck, McLaughlin, Fripp, etc, etc - these mags are chock full of interviews, gear reviews and tabbed out lessons.

You can view the entire magazine (adverts included) in your browser or you can download as a PDF (or AIR)

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All the magazines are hosted at nxtbook.com

To view directly go to (using Frank as an example): nxtbook.com/nxt…06/

*to access next or previous month just change the numeric value at the end of the address line to YEAR and MONTH - example issue above June 2011: _201106

To save as PDF:
After loading, click on the 'save to your desktop' (top right image), which opens another tab for you to download 'Adobe AIR Runtime' - look down the bottom of that page and you will see 'Please click here to download the PDF version of this publication'

*** NOTE: for publications from Dec 2015 you need to click on the cloud download icon on bottom right of page ***

JANUARY 2017: mazdigital.com/web…851

15 Comments

Original Poster

GP2 magazines from April 2009
http://www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/newbay/gp2_200904/

to December 2010
http://www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/newbay/gp2_201012/


GuitarPlayer Vault from Jan/Feb 2011
http://www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/newbay/gp_vault_20110102/

to January 2017
mazdigital.com/web…851







Edited by: "jeczap" 13th Apr

Excellent many thanks very interesting

Meant to add straight in without proxy

thanks

Original Poster

petercb

Meant to add straight in without proxy



cool - it's allowing me now, too.....weird blip
btw, it's only Jan/Feb 2011
nxtbook.com/nxt…02/
that has 2 months combined, all the others are year and 01-12 month format

Using Google and altering the nxtbook address lines slightly I've also found some other GP publications, BassKeyboard/ Magazine publications. Not sure if they're supposed to be 'open to the public' and free, but there's no code cracking or bugmenot logins

thanks

How do you get the PDF version?

Original Poster

MissionaryMan

How do you get the PDF version?



after loading, click on the 'save to your desktop' (top right image), which opens another tab for you to download 'Adobe AIR Runtime' - look down the bottom of that page and you will see Please click here to download the PDF version of this publication.
Edited by: "jeczap" 21st Nov 2013

Brill. Thanks for that. Definite heat!

Thanks

Great! Thanks!

Thanks jeczap!

Original Poster

bones79

Thanks jeczap!



'Apollon' (post #11) reminded me about this excellent freebie offering, which prompted me to repost it (it was expired recently, possible once it hit the one year mark, as I'd originally set the expire date as Dec '16)...........anyway, got it unexpired, so hopefully it will get noticed by some of HUKD's 'practising' guitar players, or other musos who might be interested in the interviews/articles - I'm still amazed that it's offered free
Edited by: "jeczap" 14th Feb 2015

Heat added just for the free song transcriptions they look like good ones too
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