Guitar & Bass August 2010

Dec 07 2011

Guitar & Bass August 2010

For the last 16 years Guitar & Bass magazine has provided in-depth and essential reading for the serious guitarist, with dozens of guitar tests, playing techniques, an exclusive bass section and in-depth features on guitar heroes past, present and future. Each issue is packed full of reviews of the latest guitars, amps, effects and basses. Guitar & Bass magazine also delivers the informed verdict on home recording equipment and regularly offers tips on buying second hand and vintage gear. When you occasionally put down that guitar, it is also packed full of interviews with the great and good of guitardom!
Guitar & Bass August 2010 contents:

  • Duesenberg 52 Senior – Goldtop meets Junior meets Duo Jet meets Esquire!
  • Lenny Davidson – He had a royal box view of the swinging ’60s with top hit-makers the Dave Clark Five. Now he’s enjoying a whole new musical career armed with a classical guitar
  • Stevie Miller – Gangster Of Blues: Miller goes back to his roots with a collection of tunes by T-Bone Walker, BB King and others
  • Coco Montoya – G&B witnesses the in-demand blues guitarist laying down a live radio show
  • Vinnie Moore – Long-serving UFO axeman stretches out with an all-instrumental solo album
  • Jeff Beck – Still jaw-droppingly in form, Jeff Beck takes time out to talk of Emotion & Commotion, Les Paul… and carrots
  • Jackson JS32 rhoads & JS32RT Dinky – Major metal for under three hundred quid
  • Gibson USA slash appetite Les Paul – Saul Hudson’s honey-topped rocker
  • Orange Rockerverb 50 MKII 212 – Heavy amp, heavy sound
  • Fender G-DEC 3 Thirty – The Swiss Army knife amp
  • Line 6 Spider IV 75 – Modeller re-modelled
  • Yamaha APX 1200 – Acoustic with new technology
  • Roland AC-33 – Battery/mains and lots more
  • Headway EDB-1 – Twin-channel acoustic preamp
  • Fret-King Ventura Super 80 – Triple-pickup bass craziness
  • Euphonic Audio iAMP Micro – The 2lb bass amplifier
  • Rapid Reviews – A gigbag and a pedal
  • Hooked on classics – Sometimes, Phil Harris explains, guitars, amps and effects are extra-special because of who used them
  • Alvin Stardust – From practical tools to a priceless, signature-strewn relic of pop royalty, Alvin’s guitars offer revealing snapshots of a rock’n’roll life
  • Private collection – Paul and Martin Kelly have produced a superb book on Fender guitars. Here are some of their favourites
  • David Gilmour – From playing stand-in for the wayward SYD Barret, David Gilmour Gradually rose to become a defining force in the music of Pink Floyd. We track his story from the early days up to the making of the classic dark side of the moon
  • Brian May – Discover the Queen guitarist’s layered harmonies, slash chords and suspensions, classic riffs, delay pedal techniques and more
  • Pete Quaife – The super-tasteful bass work that backed the Kinks’ greatest songs

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