December 23, 2004 is reporting that the 25th anniversary issue of Guitar World magazine will be on newsstands next Tuesday, December 28. The special collector's issue features what the editors are calling "the most spectacular group of guitarists ever assembled" on the cover, including Jimmy Page (LED ZEPPELIN),Joe Perry (AEROSMITH),and Slash (VELVET REVOLVER, ex-GUNS N' ROSES).

The anniversary issue will feature interviews with such legendary groups as LED ZEPPELIN, VAN HALEN, NIRVANA, and METALLICA; lessons with guitarists like PINK FLOYD's Roger Waters and AC/DC's Angus Young; a look back at historic "Guitar World matchups," including Jimmy Page meeting Jeff Beck and Tony Iommi (BLACK SABBATH) meeting James Hetfield (METALLICA). A CD featuring lessons for playing 10 classic guitar riffs is polybagged with the issue as well.

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