Guitar & Bass November 2011

Dec 22 2011

Guitar & Bass November 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 November 2011 contents:

  • Stomping Ground – Get ready to go starry-eyed over the ever-expanding world of effects: we put our foot down on the best of 2011
  • Leslie West – The ex-Mountain guitarist is given a new lease of life with the help of a stellar guestlist
  • Steve Howe – Twenty albums of Yes, world tours with Asia, a jazz trio and a solo career… Howe is a busy man
  • Joe Satriani – We catch up with the brains behind Chickenfoot’s second album, III
  • Eddie Phillips – One of the ’60s most innovative guitarists
  • Phil Collen – Def Leppard’s guitarist fronts his side project
  • Play like Led Zeppelin – Douglas Noble explores the finer points of Zeppelin’s seminal double album Physical Graffiti and discovers a bounty of fretwork
  • John Myung Bass Workshop – Myung covers a lot of ground to hold down the low end of Dream Theater. It’s time to stretch yourself with the help of Gareth Morgan
  • Italia Maranello Speedster 2 & Maranello ’61 – A pair of characteristically sleek six-strings from Italia that’ll certainly be turning heads
  • Rittenhouse ’50s T-Type & ’50s S-Type – Two lightweight, well-crafted relics that blend the best of two eras; convincing looks and a modern set-up make them real contenders
  • Boutique Amp Round-up – A towering stack is no longer necessary to nail a big guitar sound. We give six of the best new baby valve combos a thorough test run
  • Orange TH100 Twin Channel – Nicely adaptable and with ample gain, this is one serious 100W amp for those in the need of ear-crushing power
  • Hohner ER1-M0 & ER1-S00SB – These two acoustics from Hohner’s Essential Roots series offer warm old-school character at an extremely wallet-friendly price
  • Washburn WGD18 – A great-sounding acoustic that’s a whole tot of fun and doesn’t need a babysitter 24/7
  • Fender Classic Series ’70s Precision – A new maple-neck P Bass joins the excellent Classic Series, offering nice aesthetics and a rounded tone. Well worth the extra coinage
  • Krampera KVB 800 – The fledgling company’s first attempt at a bass amp certainly does the business and is easy to use – but is it pricing itself out of the market?
  • Hooked On classics – when they arrived in the late ’50s, Futurama guitars were forward-looking, affordable instruments that attracted the likes of George Harrison. Phil Harris enthuses about these oft-forgotten gems
  • Private Collection – We pay a visit to Martin Cater, an ardent collector of the weird, the wonderful and anything that’s associated the Kinks* mainman Ray Davies

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3 comments

  1. Abe Rittenhouse /

    Great stuff!! Highly recommended!

  2. nevrotica /

    Thank you guys !

  3. Fragsie /

    Brilliant – keep up the good work

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