Guitar & Bass June 2010

Dec 05 2011

Guitar & Bass June 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 June 2010 contents:

  • Francis Rossi – ‘Status Quo are too loud!’ Back with a solo LP, Rossi talks guitars and more
  • Oli Brown – Just 20 years old, Britain’s newest blues hope is forging his own way forward
  • John Mclaughlin – Jazz great returns in full electric mode with a project inspired by John Coltrane
  • Newcastle guitar show – Vintage, custom, electric and acoustic guitar craziness in the North East
  • Vintage Fillmore V6JMH – The guitar in the mirror: lefty cool for right-hookers
  • Coley CW-3 & DC1 – Handmade electrics with real class
  • Carvin Legacy II VL2100 – Play the same amp as Mr Steve Vai
  • Benrod classic screamer & cream can – The French word for overdrive
  • Martin 000-15M – The real mahogany rush
  • Freshman F0P1DN & F0P30N – Acoustics from the wide prairie
  • ARIA A19C-200N & A19C-200S – Baroque and roll
  • Yamaha BB2024X – The latest bass in the 23-year BB story
  • Orange Terror bass – 500W stuffed in a metal shoebox
  • MXR M82 Bass envelope filter – Squonky sounds for Bootsy fans
  • Rapid Reviews – Strings, straps, trems and pedals
  • Frankfurt Musicmesse – All the latest launches from Europe’s massive equipment showcase
  • Fender: The CBS years – The Electric XII, the Coronado, the Thinline telecaster, the Starcaster: the first two post Leo decades were tarnished by falling quality, but fender could still produce some great guitars and basses – and they’re coming right back into fashion
  • Private collection – Paul Rowan is obsessed with classic glam rock – and from clothes to guitars, he’s not holding back
  • Hooked on classics – After the mid-70s Gibson basses seemed to go into hiding. Perhaps it’s time to take another look
  • The 10 best ways to improve your guitar – Treat your guitar to a 100,000 mile service. Who knows, it could even cure Guitar Acquisition Syndrome
  • Brian Setzer – Country, blues, jazz and rockabilly collide spectacularly in the flash guitar stylings of the main Stray Cat
  • Larry Graham – Not just the Man Who Invented Slap, but a whole lot more besides

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