Guitar for the Practicing Musician

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Guitar for the Practicing Musician was a guitar magazine published in the United States by Cherry Lane Music from 1982 to 1999.[1] The magazine was published monthly.[1] In 1992, it was the most popular music publication at newsstands, selling 740,000 issues over a six-month period.[2] It was popular for publishing songs with guitar (adding bass later on) in both standard notation and tablature, as well as interviews and instructional columns.


  1. ^ a b Guitar Questions: The Novice's Guide to Guitar Repairs. Hal Leonard Corporation. 2002. p. 2. ISBN 978-1-57560-452-7. Retrieved 5 February 2016. 
  2. ^ "Guitar for the Practicing Musician tops newsstand sales." Music Trades 139.n12 (Jan 1992): 60 (2). Academic OneFile. Gale. Brooklyn Public Library Central Library. 18 Feb. 2011