Guitar & Bass January 2011

Dec 13 2011

Guitar & Bass January 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 January 2011 contents:

  • Charvel PRO-MOD SO-Cal Stele 1 HH & Wild Card – Shredworthy necks? Megabuckers? Wild whammies? Step this way
  • Buddy Guy – BB King and Carlos Santana may be guesting on his latest album, but this time it’s Buddy who’s the real star
  • Bill Frisell – Quiet magic and otherworldly guitar sounds from the softly-spoken jazz iconoclast and his faithful Telecaster
  • Aynsley Lister – The classic and not-so-classic guitars on the Brit blues star’s new live recording
  • Yamaha SG1802 – Now with rocking P90s
  • Eternal Micawber & Hoolow Blonde – Pre-worn T’s with the handmade touch
  • DV Mark DV40 212 – Valves for guitars, Italian-style
  • Egnater Tweaker – More than a one-hit wonder?
  • Rothwell Tornado & Switchblade – Boutique overdrive and distortion
  • Boss ST-2 Power Stack & PS-6 Harmonist – Boss says big rigs and harmonies are back
  • Washburn WD10S & WG55SCE – Rejigged dread and a new cutaway electro
  • Larson Bros Maurer Style 1-ES – An almost-reissue of an American classic
  • Squier VM Precision & Jazz Bass ’77 – Two new Vintage Modified basses
  • Kustom KB1 & KB20 – Small and not-so-small bass combos
  • Rapid Reviews – Yes! A bass ukulele!
  • The Story Of The Humbucker – Designed simply to keep the buzz at bay, Gibson’s twin-coil pickup became the backbone of rock, metal and jazz. We higlight the history, the players, the modern makers and much more
  • Hooked on classics – Now’s the time, says Phil Harris, to take a hammer to the piggy bank
  • Private collection – Norman Mitchell’s shop is stuffed with stereo guitars – and the odd rather amazing amp
  • Trust your ears? Valve amps and the great PCB debate. For years, amp makers have been pointing at oscilloscopes and saying PCB and hardwired amps sound the same, while players insist they don’t. Dave Petersen comes up with the evidence
  • Chuck Berry – Distilling jazz, blues and country down to their basic, brilliant ingredients
  • Stuart Zender – Funkification for the nation with Jamiroquai’s ever-soulful bass man

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