NME Guitar Issue, 5 January 2008

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NME Guitar Issue, 5 January 2008

This week's NME is a guitar special, featuring interviews with famous guitarists, tips and a bass lesson from Paul McCartney! Photo: Tom Oxley

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NME Guitar Issue, 5 January 2008

Pete Doherty's recent and eventful 72-hour stint in east London's Whitechapel is chronicled exclusively in this week's issue of NME, out now. Photo: Tom Oxley

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NME Guitar Issue, 5 January 2008

The Horrors had a bit of a hard time supporting Arctic Monkeys on their recent UK tour, being frequently bottled off stage. Photo: Ed Miles

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NME Guitar Issue, 5 January 2008

The legendary Johnny Marr gives some exclusive tips to budding guitar players in this week's NME Guitar Issue, packed with free chords and lyrics to indie anthems. Photo: PA Photos

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NME Guitar Issue, 5 January 2008

Kurt Cobain once got Fender to cross-breed his very own unique 'Jag-Stang' guitar at the height of Nirvana's fame. Read the full story and see the legendary instrument in the new issue of NME, out now. Photo: PA Photos

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NME Guitar Issue, 5 January 2008

Blood Red Shoes star Laura-Mary Carter admits she hates going into guitar shops in the new NME Guitar Issue because they're full of men who "aren't very supportive"... Photo: PA Photos

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NME Guitar Issue, 5 January 2008

Magnetic Fields release new album 'Distortion' later this month - it's reviewed in this week's NME. Photo: Marcelo Krasilcic

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Who is Muse front man Matt Bellamy's favourite guitarist ever? Find out in this week's NME, which contains interviews and guitar tips from Slash, Johnny Marr, Sonic Youth, the Manics and more. Photo: Marcelo Krasilcic

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NME Guitar Issue, 5 January 2008

Excellent news - there will be a new album from The Streets in 2008. Here Mike Skinner presides over the 'funeral' of his label, The Beats. Read all about the stunt in the new issue of NME magazine, out now. Photo: Andy Willsher

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NME Guitar Issue, 5 January 2008

Patrick Wolf - seemingly dressed for Glastonbury - during his recent guest slot at the launch of Edward Larrikin's The Pan I Am band at Hammersmith's Lyric Theatre. Photo: Andy Willsher

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NME Guitar Issue, 5 January 2008

Edward Larrikin and Drew Babyshambles at the launch of Larrikin's new project The Pan I Am. Read the full review and photo-feature in the new issue of NME, in shops from January 2. Photo: Jo McCaughey

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NME Guitar Issue, 5 January 2008

Ed Larrikin and violinist Jonnie Fielding perform as new act The Pan I Am at Hammersmith's Lyric Theatre. Read the full feature in the NME Guitar Issue, out now, to discover what our reviewer made of the night and Patrick Wolf's unusual appearance. Photo: Jo McCaughey

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NME Guitar Issue, 5 January 2008

Pete Doherty back at one of his old haunts, London's Rhythm Factory. But did the night go smoothly? Find out in the new NME, out now. Photo: James Quinton

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NME Guitar Issue, 5 January 2008

In this week's NME Guitar Issue none other than Slash, Paul McCartney, Muse's Matt Bellamy, Johnny Marr, The Verve and Slayer give advice on how to be a guitar hero. Wow. Photo: PA Photos

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Fancy a bit of Mancunian disco-rock? The Whip - hotly tipped in this week's NME magazine's new music Radar section - could be the band for you. Photo: Andy Whitton

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NME Guitar Issue, 5 January 2008

The much-hyped Black Kids are one of NME's tips to make it big in 2008. But who else is set to explode? Find out in this week's new NME magazine. Photo: Richard Johnson

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NME Guitar Issue, 5 January 2008

The Cribs were joined at their recent 'homecoming' three-night stint in Leeds by Kaiser Chiefs, Kate Nash and Franz Ferdinand. Read all about it in this week's NME. Photo: Pieter M Van Hattem

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NME Guitar Issue, 5 January 2008

Hot Chip are gearing up for the release of new album 'Made In The Dark', due for release in February. The thirteen-track album contains current radio-favourite 'Ready For The Floor'. Photo: Pieter M Van Hattem

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NME Guitar Issue, 5 January 2008

Get an in-depth look at Kurt Cobain's unique Fender 'Jag-Stang' in the NME Guitar Issue special, on sale now.

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CSS singer Lovefoxxx is confirmed to guest on the new Primal Scream album, due out later this year. Bobby Gillespie tells this week's NME that the track is 'very dark sounding, really intense.' Grab the new magazine for the full story.

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NME Guitar Issue, 5 January 2008

Murph from the set-to-be-huge-in-2008 The Wombats is delighted that the band's single 'Let's Dance to Joy Division' has become such a party hit. See next week's NME magazine to find out which 11 crucial bands we're tipping for the top this year. Pic: PR

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NME Guitar Issue, 5 January 2008

Foals are to release their debut album 'Antidotes' in March - telling this week's NME magazine that it will NOT contain the singles 'Mathletics' and 'Hummer'. Photo: Tom Oxley.

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NME Guitar Issue, 5 January 2008

No surprises here - it was Pete Doherty who fell unwell during Babyshambles' recent three-night London stint, leaving the stage after just a few songs. Read the full story in this week's NME Guitar Issue. Photo: James Quinton

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