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Flatpicking Guitar Magazine PDF Archive

Flatpicking Guitar Magazine has released a DVD-Rom PDF version of the Flatpicking Guitar Magazine Archive. This DVD-Rom contains the first 73 issues of the magazine, which were published from November/December 1996 (Volume 1, Number 1) through November/December 2008 (Volume 13, Number 1). The magazines are presented just as they appeared in the hardcopy format, cover-to-cover. All pages are presented in Adobe Acrobat Portable Document File (.PDF) format.

Additionally, you receive a clickable Master Index of every article, song tab, and review that we've ever published during our first 12 years. You get well over 5000 pages of information:

282 articles on Featured Artists
141 articles on guitar building, maintenance, and repair
1160 tune transcriptions!
200 articles on rhythm guitar
400 articles on music theory and exercises for the guitar
440 CD, book, and video reviews
120 Miscellaneous articles cover other flatpicking topics


By using the Master Index, you can access all of these articles and tunes with just a couple of mouse clicks!

This is the most complete flatpicking resource available. Click here to order.

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Comment by GhostPicker on February 14, 2009 at 2:07pm
Dan,

While no one will ever confuse me with a real guitar player, I love playing and learning and have been an FGM subscriber since Volume 1, Issue 1. I have every issue in hardcopy (many ragged and torn from use). The arrival of a new issue is always a special day at my house. As a Valentine's surprise, my wife of 39 years ordered the complete DVD sets of the PDF archive, mp3 archive and the Flatpick Jam Complete package. While I still value my "hardcopy" collection very much, I find the DVDs to be amazing. It is so great to have everything so will organized and searchable. I can't tell you how often I get in the mood to practice a particular tune and spend half and hour looking for the right issue. This collection makes it easy to find anything in seconds.

Thanks for another great series of products and I continue to look forward to each new issue.

Ghostpicker

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