Clawhammer, blues soloing, acoustic secrets.

The online version of Total Guitar magazine’s issue 335 includes a demonstration lesson for the advanced player (how to play clawhammer style), and one for the emerging player (how to get the most out of four-note blues solos)

The newsstand version includes transcriptions of Foo Fighters’ “Rope,” and a broken down transcription of all the riffs and solos in the Beatles’ “Come Together” – including a guide on settings for your amp to get the right tone for performing it (gain, bass, mid, treble, and reverb).

You’ll also get a cover feature highlighting simple starter advice to mastering 25 acoustic classics (including “Blackbird,” “Bron-Y-Aur Stomp,” “Fast Car,” “Redemption Song,” “Pink Moon,” “Freight Train,” and “The Boxer.”