Guitar & Bass August 2011

Dec 19 2011

Guitar & Bass August 2011

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 2011 contents:

  • Fender Pawn Shop series – Fender is taking inspiration from its mix’n’match curiosities of the mid-’60s to mid-’70s. We examine the results
  • Australian Pink Floyd – Top dogs of tribute give us an inside view on the secret formula that made David Gilmour one of the best-loved guitarists in the world
  • James Walbourne – The Pretenders’ new recruit has filled some big boots. Now he’s taken a break to go it alone
  • Tom McGuinness – Manfred Mann’s one-time guitarist tells the story of his multi-faceted musical exploits
  • Al Di Meola – The master of jazz riffery has expertly blended world, jazz and fusion for his new project
  • Build A Bass – Huw Price takes a half-finished project and turns it into a four-string axe to die for
  • Play like John Barry – He’s the man behind that Bond theme -Douglas Noble has a license to kill
  • Play like Bootsy Collins – There’s no-one who can groove quite like Bootsy Collins. Gareth Morgan helps inject some serious funk into your fingers
  • Vigier Excalibur Supra – vigier’s latest speed-friendly work of art certainly lives up to its moniker
  • Danelectro Wild Thing – Affordable and sturdy, the weird and wacky new Wild Thing is one for lovers of the leftfield
  • Carvin V3M – Ace EQ, awesome tone and some top channel options makes for a great new amp
  • Orange Dark Terror – Valve-driven excellence with added panache mean Orange’s new unit comes up trumps
  • Pigtronix Philosopher’s Tone, EP-2 Envelope Phaser & Mothership Analog Synth – A trio of tonal exploration: an excellent compressor, an off-the-wall box of fun and a serious phaser keep Huw Price busy
  • TwinStomp S21 Overdrive – This chunky British stompbox is a dream for lovers of distortion, and by the looks it’ll be virtually indestructable as well
  • Simon & Patrick Cutaway GT Series – Tidy build quality and the essence of simplicity are S&P’s focus for their latest GT guitars
  • Tanglewood TVC KOA-C & TVC KOA-S Electro-Acoustics – A pair of tasty Hawaiian koa models that’ll leave you with a tough decision over which one to add to your collection
  • Epiphone Zenith Fretless Bass – Like the feel of a fretless? We run our fingers over the rather handsome-looking Zenith
  • Lodestone Primal Instinct Bass – An honest player at an honest price that’s easy, fun and well worth a once over
  • Ampeg Portaflex PF-350 – A versatile bass blast from the past that’s quickly gathering a four-string fanbase
  • Seymour Duncan Liberator – Relieve yourself of messy pickup changes with Seymour Duncan’s latest little device
  • Sims Factory Visit – We visit Sims Custom, a one-stop shop of guitar dreams where pretty much anything goes
  • Hooked On Classics – Resident G&B soothsayer Phil Harris forecasts which of your prize instruments should be left for future generations of strummers

Text Format PDF

Download Guitar & Bass August 2011 free and other lessons from our site


Register or Login to view hidden content!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *