Guitar & Bass July 2010

Dec 06 2011

Guitar & Bass July 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 July 2010 contents:

  • Burns Cobra – Mid-Atlantic twang with the new Tri-Sonic pickups
  • Mick Rogers – From Zappa to Strats: six-string chat with the man who’s spent 40 years in -and out of – Manfred Mann’s Earth Band
  • Micky Moody – A new CD, Electric Journeyman, finds the ex-Whitesnake guitarist travelling far beyond his pentatonic roots
  • Popa Chubby – The big blues man with the big blues sound reveals his influences and his love of vintage guitars and amps
  • Ramones – The late lamented Johnny Ramone was the NY punks’ taskmaster and a uniquely savage rhythm guitarist
  • Tommy Thayer – The inimitable Kiss are back with Sonic Boom, and G&B talks with the man charged with out-Aceing Ace Frehley
  • Kramer Assault 220R & Striker 211 – The ’80s revival – without spending loadsa money
  • British overdrive Round-up – Pedals from Hiwatt, Blackstar, Rothwell, Owen and JMI
  • Digitech Jamman solo – Classic looper in new compact form
  • Mariner Vertys-DX – Not just green, but also very good
  • Breedlove OM/GME H-H & D2S0/SBE – A trad OM and a Breedlove original
  • ZT Lunchbox acoustic combo – An amp that belies its tiny size
  • Bass collection Jive bass & power bass – Fine renditions of two famous basses
  • PJB club bass AMP – The four-string boombox
  • Rapid Reviews – Tascam recorder and a multicore cable
  • No Frills, All Thrills: The Gibson Les Paul Junior – Conceived as a way to hook beginner guitarists into the world of Gibson, the stripped-down but incredible-sounding Les Paul Junior was rediscovered by ’70S blues-rock heroes and impoverished  punks alike
  • Hooked on classics – How would you like a guitar, a bass, an amp, even a microphone, all from 1968? Phil Harris plays the timelord
  • Private collection – From Fender to PRS, from Les Pauls to acoustics, Roy Fulton’s guitar line up is the very definition of balanced
  • Pedals Kits Review – Build Your Own Clone is one of the best-regarded DIY effects suppliers. We try a compressor and a fuzz
  • Peter Tosh – Whether solo or with Bob Marley and the Wailers, this reggae great played much more than just chop chords
  • John Taylor – More than just a pretty face, Duran Duran’s bass man delivered a yacht-load of finely-honed pop-funk skills

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