EVH 2016 European Magazine Blitz

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July 27, 2016 at 10:17 am Quote #53923

ron
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Any magazine collectors figure out how to get copies of all the mags from this year?

http://www.facebook.com/evhgear/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1050593975032543



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July 27, 2016 at 11:14 am Quote #53924

ron
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I have hard copies of Total Guitar, and Sweden Rock.

I have PDF’s of Gitarre & Bass, Guitar Tricks Insider (shown below), Cutaway, and Guitar Part. And a low quality copy of Gitarzysta.

Basically looking for ways to buy hard copies (secondary market) or contact the publisher to see about buying a copies.



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July 27, 2016 at 2:09 pm Quote #53928

jorge
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Ron, for a few euros (3.30 or approximately $3.70) you can buy the digital version of Gitarre & Bass on their website, hard copy is 5.70 (appr. $6.30):

http://www.musik-media-shop.de/gitarre-bass/einzelhefte/gitarre-bass-6-2016-eddie-van-halen-ac-dc-kim-crimson-kenny-wayne-shepherd-pino-palladino-john-mayer

Let me know if you need help (German is my native tongue), I can also order a copy for you if you’d like.


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July 28, 2016 at 12:57 am Quote #53931

Dutchie
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I’ve got the Total Guitar here and Gitarre & Bass on the way. I bought it on ebay from this dude. I think he still has a copy or two. He is cheap too.

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/GITARRE-BASS-6-2016-DAS-MUSIKER-FACHMAGAZIN-EDDIE-VAN-HALEN-KING-CRI-JUNI-/162149795616?hash=item25c0e18720

I’ve seen the Guitar Part mag on ebay a few weeks back but the postage was stupid.

Did you buy Sweden Rock online Ron? If so, where?

I will get all of them at some stage… ;)


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July 28, 2016 at 10:21 am Quote #53932

ron
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Dutchie:
Did you buy Sweden Rock online Ron? If so, where?

I contacted them using the E-Mail address on the web site:
http://www.swedenrock.com/magazine/sweden-rock-magazine-6-2016-ute-14-juni/a-1057
(bottom of page)

I asked if I could purchase the issue, and included my mailing address. A couple of days later I got a reply with a cost (including shipping) in Euros, which I PayPaled to them. Took about a month to arrive (in the USA).


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July 29, 2016 at 1:09 am Quote #53935

Dutchie
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Thanks for the info Ron.

I just sent them an email & heard back straight away. They (sweden rock) are on vacation until 22 Aug. I’ll hopefully hear back from them then.

Thanks again.


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August 23, 2016 at 7:49 pm Quote #54073

ron
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August 24, 2016 at 4:50 am Quote #54075

evhua
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Thanks Ron ! awesome pics ! :-P


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August 24, 2016 at 9:32 am Quote #54076

ron
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Thailand magazine (July 2016)


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August 24, 2016 at 10:51 am Quote #54079

Dutchie
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The new Overdrive mag arrived here the other day. It’s not bad. About 17 pages of EVH content. A lot of that is lesson though. Nothing really new photo wise, but the cover looks kind of cool.


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December 29, 2016 at 11:06 am Quote #55312

ron
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Portugal’s digital magazine Arte Sonora, has published a paper copy this December featuring EVH on the cover and plenty of EVH content inside.

http://revistas.artesonora.pt/edicao/as59/#/0

[Google Translate of Editorial]
As an extensive, historical and exclusive interview with Eddie Van Halen brought us back to the role!

Recorded in 1977, “Van Halen 1″ got us to “run with the Devil” in 1978, when it was edited. One of the best rock albums in history, in full musical terms – in the songs, in the instrumental and in the innovations it brought. This explosive album also revealed a guitarist who, today, can only be overshadowed by Jimi Hendrix, evoking the football analogy of the discussion between Pele and Maradona. Contrary to what can be thought, the album is based on simple and well defined structures; That groove staccato, promoted by drummer Alex Van Halen and bassist Michael Anthony, inherited from AC / DC; And Eddie Van Halen’s guitar stepping on paths opened by Eric Clapton, with the Cream, and launching bridges to the glam of the David Lee Roth spinoff and what would be a great slice of rock sound throughout the 1980s and even The early 1990s.

The influence of Eddie Van Halen would spill over into the deeper world of the electric guitar, because of his insatiable quest for better sound.

Eddie has revolutionized the face of the instrument, breaking a doldrums installed since the 60s and 70s and creating new technological concepts in electric guitar as well as amplification. Also for that reason, he later created his own brand, which now owns, builds and continues to develop full-fledged replicas of the historic Frankenstrat, the modern Wolfgang or the explosive amps 5150. For all this (and by the condition of fanboy Hysterical person who writes to you), can imagine the enormous pride and undisguised enthusiasm when we learned that AS had been chosen as the national publication, along with other European media (one per country), for an extensive, historical and exclusive interview with the legendary And influential guitarist.

An interview that ended up having repercussions in the publication itself. From the first moment we strategically embraced the publication in digital format, readers asked us to return to the role – something that we came to ponder carefully. The desire to create a collection format, with articles of greater exclusivity and density than that made possible by the digital format, was accelerated by having a hole like this immersive interview with EVH, that we reedited (adding unpublished contents) in this edition. Let’s continue in the digital universe, but now we find ourselves twice a year on paper. As an extensive, historical and exclusive interview with Eddie Van Halen has brought us back to paper!

Recorded in 1977, “Van Halen 1″ got us to “run with the Devil” in 1978, when it was edited. One of the best rock albums in history, in full musical terms – in the songs, in the instrumental and in the innovations it brought. This explosive album also revealed a guitarist who, today, can only be overshadowed by Jimi Hendrix, evoking the football analogy of the discussion between Pele and Maradona. Contrary to what can be thought, the album is based on simple and well defined structures; That groove staccato, promoted by drummer Alex Van Halen and bassist Michael Anthony, inherited from AC / DC; And Eddie Van Halen’s guitar stepping on paths opened by Eric Clapton, with the Cream, and launching bridges to the glam of the David Lee Roth spinoff and what would be a great slice of rock sound throughout the 1980s and even The early 1990s.

The influence of Eddie Van Halen would spill over into the deeper world of the electric guitar, because of his insatiable quest for better sound.

Eddie has revolutionized the face of the instrument, breaking a doldrums installed since the 60s and 70s and creating new technological concepts in electric guitar as well as amplification. Also for that reason, he later created his own brand, which now owns, builds and continues to develop full-fledged replicas of the historic Frankenstrat, the modern Wolfgang or the explosive amps 5150. For all this (and by the condition of fanboy Hysterical person who writes to you), can imagine the enormous pride and undisguised enthusiasm when we learned that AS had been chosen as the national publication, along with other European media (one per country), for an extensive, historical and exclusive interview with the legendary And influential guitarist.

An interview that ended up having repercussions in the publication itself. From the first moment we strategically embraced the publication in digital format, readers asked us to return to the role – something that we came to ponder carefully. The desire to create a collection format, with articles of greater exclusivity and density than that made possible by the digital format, was accelerated by having a hole like this immersive interview with EVH, that we reedited (adding unpublished contents) in this edition. Let’s continue in the digital universe, but now we meet twice a year on paper.


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January 12, 2017 at 11:17 pm Quote #55446

Dutchie
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So the first thing I want to do is thank Ron for the heads up on the new Arte Sonora magazine.

I got in contact with them the day after I saw this post. As it was during the holiday period it took a few extra days to hear back from them. When I did hear back they were more than happy to help me out. They worked out the best and cheapest way to send it out to OZ for me and they also let me know that they also had a back issue with EVH on the cover from 2012 for the ADKOT cd/tour. I asked them how much that issue was and they said they would throw it in for free… Awesome

Then I found out that they dont use Paypal. They used something called IBAN (International Bank Account Number). I had never heard of that before so I called my bank to ask them about it. The bank said I could do it with them but it they would charge a $25 fee for doing it, so I told them to F OFF….

I emailed the good folk at Arte Sonora and told them that I’ll have to wait until I worked something else out or (hopefully) found one on ebay or something as I wasn’t prepared to pay that fee….

The guy I was talking to through email replied the next day offering to help me out by me sending the money to his personally PP account and he would pay for the mags that way and send them out. I was a little skeptical at first but then I thought, Its PP and I’ll be covered if anything went wrong so I did it.

The magazines arrived today.

They took just over a week to get here from Portugal… Amazing

I cant believe how great their customer service is. I can not think of too many places that would do that.

I’m sorry if this a long post but I felt that it need to be said.

Cheers to the good people at Arte Sonora…
Cheers to Ron too.

BTW, here’s the free mag I got…

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January 13, 2017 at 12:06 am Quote #55450

ron
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Dutchie:
I’m sorry if this a long post but I felt that it need to be said.

Cheers to the good people at Arte Sonora… Cheers to Ron too.

Awesome that it worked out! I haven’t had any success getting a copy to the USA. I got one E-Mail from them, and then the silent treatment. :(

I’ll have to follow up again, since it’s been over a week since I last heard from them.


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January 13, 2017 at 12:33 am Quote #55451

Dutchie
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ron: Awesome that it worked out!I haven’t had any success getting a copy to the USA.I got one E-Mail from them, and then the silent treatment. :(

I’ll have to follow up again, since it’s been over a week since I last heard from them.

Oh… That sucks… I thought the photos you posted were copies you bought. I kind of feel bad now….

Check you PMs…


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January 13, 2017 at 5:21 am Quote #55452

PT5150
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Dutchie: So the first thing I want to do is thank Ron for the heads up on the new Arte Sonora magazine.

I got in contact with them the day after I saw this post. As it was during the holiday period it took a few extra days to hear back from them. When I did hear back they were more than happy to help me out. They worked out the best and cheapest way to send it out to OZ for me and they also let me know that they also had a back issue with EVH on the cover from 2012 for the ADKOT cd/tour. I asked them how much that issue was and they said they would throw it in for free… Awesome

Then I found out that they dont use Paypal. They used something called IBAN (International Bank Account Number). I had never heard of that before so I called my bank to ask them about it. The bank said I could do it with them but it they would charge a $25 fee for doing it, so I told them to F OFF….

I emailed the good folk at Arte Sonora and told them that I’ll have to wait until I worked something else out or (hopefully) found one on ebay or something as I wasn’t prepared to pay that fee….

The guy I was talking to through email replied the next day offering to help me out by me sending the money to his personally PP account and he would pay for the mags that way and send them out. I was a little skeptical at first but then I thought, Its PP and I’ll be covered if anything went wrong so I did it.

The magazines arrived today.

They took just over a week to get here from Portugal… Amazing

I cant believe how great their customer service is. I can not think of too many places that would do that.

I’m sorry if this a long post but I felt that it need to be said.

Cheers to the good people at Arte Sonora… Cheers to Ron too.

BTW, here’s the free mag I got…

 photo 421913_10150552278751394_1882520769_n_zpsu4gpddxo.jpg

Nice one Darren..
That cover looks cool.What are the other photos like “inside” ?


EDDIE’S fingers aren’t fingers they are muscle-powered pistons that hammer guitar strings to the fretboard with the force of a rivet gun”.


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