Guitar & Bass May 2010

Dec 04 2011

Guitar & Bass May 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 May 2010 contents:

  • Airbourne – Aussie men. Gibson Explorers. Marshalls. Hair. It’s a recipe for rock
  • Mars Volta – Omar Rodriguez-Lopez discusses guitars and the magic of cool pedals
  • Eric Bibb – Back to his roots with an ancient National Duolian for inspiration
  • Butlins rock and blues – It’s the 12-bar weekend with slide for breakfast and hammer-ons for lunch
  • American Special Telecaster – A clever blend of ’50s and ’70s – but is it still a real Tele?
  • Aria PE90MG – Gold top, P90s: a winning formula
  • Vigier GV Wood – Trad looks with hi-tech muscle
  • Vox AC30C2X – A ‘proper’ AC30 for under a grand
  • Marshall JMD102 – Digital front end with valve grunt
  • Lazy J 20 Combo – Handmade take on a classic theme
  • Boss ME-Z5 – Much modelling for your moolah
  • Tanglewood TW130 & TFA-XB – Handsome folkies with slot headstocks
  • Freshman AC60R – A new contender in acoustic amps
  • Peavey tour series VB-2 – Over 200W from this monster bass head
  • Rapid Reviews – TC’s new PolyTune and more
  • Eric Clapton – The release of the ‘beano’ album in 1966 was a landmark for the electric guitar, with Eric Clapton’s mesmeric playing inspiring unparalleled devotion. Guitar & bass goes A-searchin’ to discover whether the man from the surrey delta sold his soul at the crossroads to earn his omnipotent status…or, er, just practised a Heck of a lot
  • Hooked on Classics – There comes a time in a player’s life when a 335 says ‘Pssst. You. Over here.’ Phil Harris is no exception
  • Private collection – Guitars have to be careful around Clive Carter, especially if they’ve got hot pickups and a whammy. They might suddenly find a new home
  • Speaker cabinet workshop – The second and last part of our guide to building your own speaker cabinet. This month: covering and trimming
  • Eddie Cochran – The riffs, bends, scales and double-stops of a great rock’n’roll picker
  • Jack Casady – The bass man behind the pioneering psychedelia of Jefferson Airplane

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One comment

  1. pzook /

    Great Eddie Cochran Tabs
    many thanks

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