Acoustic magazine is currently one of the most popular acoustic magazines around. It is at this time the UK’s only dedicated acoustic guitar magazine. It has interviews with the best acoustic musicians and songwriters around today. As well as acoustic guitars it also features other types of guitars such as electro acoustics, mandolins and banjos. The magazine will also usually contain informative and detailed tutorials from expert acoustic players in the industry at the moment.
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The interviews in the magazine are very in depth and often extremely long. There is a great deal of content in this magazine. It likes to provide as much detail as it can to the readers. We liked this magazine because it covers a broad spectrum of guitar playing. Although it mainly focuses on acoustic guitars there are also other instruments which are featured. We think that this makes the magazine a more interesting read. We enjoyed reading about the different forms of acoustic guitars such as the mandolin. Fans of the acoustic guitar will get a varied overview of all the different types of guitars available. (We certainly know a lot more about banjos than we did before!)
The tutorial sections in Acoustic magazine are very easy to follow. We think that new players will especially find these sections useful. The magazine often references other magazines and materials so that the reader can do further research if they want too. The magazine is very practical; it often discussed the best ways that readers can improve their technique and performance. Most of the articles have a conclusion section at the end which sums up the main points of the articles, which gives the reader a useful recap. This magazine is big on being clear and helpful to the reader. (We like to keep things clear and simple here at Newsstand and we appreciate that this magazine wants to do the same thing.)