Guitar & Bass November 2010

Dec 10 2011

Guitar & Bass November 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 November 2010 contents:

  • Black country communion – On guitar: Joe Bonamassa. On bass and vocals: Glenn Hughes. Dare we say the word ‘supergroup’? Seems we must
  • Gemma Ray plays slide with a knife and is addicted to old archtop guitars. ‘I get drunk and go on eBay,’ she confesses
  • Mark King – With a new singles collection from Level 42 now out, Mr Thumb reveals all
  • Eastwood Doral – Upmarket jazzer from the kooky reissue kings
  • Rob Williams Set Neck Carved Top Deluxe – Marvellous maple from an ex-Eggle luthier
  • Fender super-sonic 22 & super-sonic 60 – Can Fender do sparkling cleans and righteous rock?
  • Watkins Dominator Golden Anniversary – A high-quality remake of the classic V-front amp
  • Blackstar HT studio 20 & HT club 40 – All-valve combos at tempting prices
  • T-Rex Mudhoney II & 0ctavius – Overdrive and octaver with a Danish sizzle
  • Fairclough Nightingale & Blackbird – Budget acoustics with UK design input
  • V0X AGA70 – Acoustic combo with added valve
  • Fernandes Ravelle Bass – Dark looks for the gothically inclined
  • Markbass Momark LMK & NY804 – The new modular head plus matching cab
  • Rapid Reviews – A Fender capo and a Morley wah
  • Telecaster Thinline – Fender Built some crazy guitars in the late ’60s but arguably the best of them all the Semi-Hollow telecaster thinline, now Enjoying a surge in popularity. We trace the guitar’s fall and rise
  • Hooked on classics – There’s more to Gibson than LPs and SGs. Phil Harris throws a few shapes
  • Private collection – We visit Kimberley Rew, the man who gave us Walking On Sunshine
  • Private collection – Cradle Of Filth’s Dave Pybus has a collection of basses and guitars that need to work for their living
  • Merle Travis – No Merle, no Chet, no modern country guitar. Thumbpicks ready!
  • Jah Wobble – Circular grooves from the PiL and Invaders Of The Heart bassist

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One comment

  1. jonathan /

    great issue:) really interested in reading about the Fender thinline.

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