Guitar & Bass June 2007
Nov 30 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 June 2007 contents:
- Top Teles! Six of the best on test – it’s all part of our fantastic Tele bonanza!
- Rees F7S – A new British-made chambered electric, all the way from Cambridge
- Epiphone ES-175 & ES-135 Semi – acoustics – For bluesers and jazzers alike, two cost-effective versions of Gibson semis
- Orange Tiny Terror & 1×12″ Cab – Only 15W, but be very afraid – this diminutive stack can kill!
- Johnson JO-16 & JD-27 Carolina Series – Chinese-built 000 and dreadnought
- Takamine EF360SPG Bluegrass Dreadnought electro – Monster neck and fantastic tone – perfect for the vintage-style flatpicker
- What’s best? – The multi-FX you’ve always wanted
- Quick Tests – Vintage-style capacitors, Marshall mini bass amp, MXR Bass Blowtorch and a funky Santos Martinez classical electro
- Senses working overtime XTC
- Sunshine superman – Donovan
- Maggie May – Rod Stewart
- Techniques workshop – James Burton
- Old is the new new – Sooner or later Fender had to wake up to the fact that its past showed the way forward. It’s nearly 30 years since the reissues programme was born, and the Telecaster was where it all started
- Martin Taylor – “If I played another instrument I might be confined just to the small jazz world”
- Stevie Salas – Solo artist and producer to the stars talks about his new compilation album
- McQueen – Les Pauls and Marshal Is at 100 per cent
- Hooked on classics – Mr Harris’s old Teles. Read and weep!
- Private collection – Charlie Cash is mad for classic era Japanese Ibanez guitars: very cool
- Recording workshop – Here’s the kit you’ll need to get a great recording down your local village hall
- Home Luthier – Part 5 of Dave King’s gyitar building series-this month it’s all about necks
- John Entwistle – Only 10 reasons why The Ox rules?
- Warwick Streamer $$ – Two humbuckers – geddit?
- Peavey Max 115 combo – Chunky 50-watter for under 200 pounds
- Jack Bruce – Groove with the cream of bass players
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