Acoustic (magazine)

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Acoustic Magazine
Staff writers
Frequency Monthly
Year founded 2004
Company Blaze Publishing Ltd.
Country Great Britain

Acoustic Magazine is a British glossy monthly publication that deals only in acoustic music.

History and profile[edit]

Acoustic was cofounded by Steve Harvey in 2004.[1] Harvey edited the first twenty issues of the magazine, which is part of Blaze Publishing Ltd..[1] Then Guy Little edited it until August 2015 when he was fired due to the advertisement of two competition prizes for sale on Ebay.[1] Harvey succeeded him in the post.[1][2]

Originally bi-monthly, it is now a monthly publication and carries reviews, features, lessons, vintage guitar advice and all manner of items to do with this genre.[1] Columnists include Pierre Bensusan, Maartin Allcock, Doyle Dykes, Chris Gibbons, Simon Mayor, Gordon Giltrap, and Julie Ellison.


  1. ^ a b c d e Dominic Ponsford (27 August 2015). "Music magazine editor sacked after competition prizes offered for sale on Ebay". Press Gazette. Retrieved 2 January 2016. 
  2. ^ Ronnie Dungan (26 August 2015). "New editor for Acoustic mag". MMR Global. Retrieved 2 January 2016. 

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