Curious, as I played a lot as a kid and bought magazines from time to time if they had articles i wanted to read. After stepping away from playing for about 12 or 14 years, at least on a regular basis, I got back into guitar not to play, but to build, which has led to more playing again. It didn't even occur to me that there were still guitar magazines. On the hobby woodworking side, and professional, there have been magazines for quite some time. There used to be a few big main ones, some limited number of issues (like quarterly or semi-annual), and then a bunch of specialty magazines. Most of them are dead or very near to it. Some have turned into one magazine trying to cover several topics to get subscribership big enough to continue, but that usually just leads to everyone being unhappy and the publication still dies. Woodworking is best learned in knowing what you want to build, what standard, and then doing it rather than reading snippets from other people. It's a zero for me for guitar magazines and always will be.