Guitar & Bass May 2007
Nov 29 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 May 2007 contents:
- Music man Steve Morse SM-Y2D – With ‘just’ three pickups instead of four, can the simplified Morse axe still rock?
- BC Rich Se Warlock metal Web & Se I.T. JR V – Bad, scary shapes for bad, scary people
- Roberts Amps – All-new, all-valve head and combo, designed in the UK, built in Korea
- T-Rex Room-Mate & Hughes & Kettner Replex – Two different approaches to the problem of outboard reverb
- Ovation Collectors & Custom Elite LX – The limited-edition 2007 model and an Elite with a fine upgraded preamp
- BSG OM27F – Great quality orchestra model from a small workshop in Czechoslovakia
- What’s best – Six of the hardest-rocking fingerboard-torching rock tuition DVDs, reviewed!
- Quick Tests – A tribute to the Vox AC15, a guitar tuner, a bass amp kick-back system and a bass distortion pedal
- Substitute – The Who
- Jeepster – T.Rex
- Evil woman blues – Fleetwood Mac
- Techniques Workshop – Slash
- The greatest story never told – Until the embargo on American goods was lifted, British rock’n’roll was developed on chunks of cheap plywood. Tony Bacon travels back in time
- Dave Mustaine – He’s back! With Megadeth! In all their relentless boogie metal glory!
- Steven Seagal – Careful. He was a blues guitarist before he was an action hero, y’know
- Grace – Hotly-tipped new rock hopefuls
- Hooked on Classics – Phil Harris and some off-piste players
- Private collection – Dave Cox’s life is dominated by one word. But it’s a good word. Hagstrom!
- Live Workshop – Can’t hear a thing? Here’s how to build a vocal monitor on the cheap
- Home Luthier – Part 4 of Dave King’s series on how to build your very own acoustic guitar
- Chris Squire – Rickenbacker royalty returns
- Fender Highway 1 P-Bass – Superb working bass with better controls
- Line 6 Bass Floor Pod – Amp models, effects and more
- Mark King – Play the funkiest grooves of the ’80s!
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