Douglas J Noble is a music journalist, guitar instructor and musician based in Edinburgh, Scotland. He regularly contributes interviews, transcriptions and technical analysis to `The Guitar Magazine' (UK) and he is the Music Director of `UniVibes' (Eire), the international Jimi Hendrix magazine.
He has a degree in Psychology from Edinburgh University and two diplomas in Classical Guitar from the London College of Music. He has written three books to date, `Instant Hendrix' (IMP, 1988, out of print), `Instant Peter Green' (IMP, 1990) and `Jimi Hendrix - The Man, The Music, The Memorabilia', co-written with Caesar Glebbeek (Dragon's World, 1996). He has also contributed to several other books including `The Electric Guitar' (Virgin, 1993), `The Official Guitar Styles Of Mark Knopfler' Volumes I and II (Wise Publications, 1993), `Best Of UniVibes' (UniVibes, 1994), `The Story Of The Fender Stratocaster' (Carlton/IMP, 1995) and `The Jimi Hendrix Companion' (Schirmer Press, 1996).
He has contributed to several other magazines including `Guitar Player' (US), `Bass Player' (US), `Guitarist' (France), `Making Music' (UK), Frank Zappa fanzine `T'Mershi Duween' and Neil Young fanzine `Broken Arrow'. He is also an examiner for Rock School/Trinity College of Music.
Details about subscribing to `The Guitar Magazine' can be obtained from:
`The Guitar Magazine' Stonehart Subscription Services Hainault Road Little Heath ROMFORD Essex RM6 5NP Tel: 0181-597 7335
UniVibes, the acclaimed international Jimi Hendrix magazine, celebrates Jimi's life and music with exclusive features on Jimi Hendrix concerts, interviews with people who knew Jimi and much more. Describes by `Record Collector' magazine as being `out there in a league of its own', UniVibes has also produced three official CDs of previously unreleased Jimi Hendrix material with detailed sleeve notes and previously unseen photos. Details about subscribing to `UniVibes' can be obtained from:
UniVibes Coppeen ENNISKEANE Co Cork Republic of Ireland Tel: +353-26-46109 Fax: +353-26-46109 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Details about Frank Zappa fanzine `T'Mershi Duween' can be obtained from:
Fred Tomsett c/o `T'Mershi Duween' PO Box 86 SHEFFIELD S11 8XN England
Details about Neil Young fanzine `Broken Arrow' can be obtained from:
Neil Young Appreciation Society 2A Llynfi Street BRIDGEND Mid Glamorgan CF31 1SY Wales UK http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/nyas