Guitar & Bass October 2011

Dec 21 2011

Guitar & Bass October 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 October 2011 contents:

  • Gibson Les Paul Custom – Melvyn Hiscocks explores the unsung solidbody that Gibson dressed up to the nines. All hail the Les Paul Custom
  • Duane Eddy – The king of the twangy guitar joins forces with Sheffield’s mighty troubadour Richard Hawley for another welcome return
  • Tedeschi Trucks – The husband-wife team formed an 11-piece band for their latest collaboration, Revelator
  • Suzi Quatro – After 40 years the leather-clad rock chick hasn’t let up. We catch up with Suzi Q
  • The Straits – Phil Palmer discusses life as a top session cat and the upcoming tour of Dire Straits’ hits
  • Play like Hendrix – Make yourself comfortable, grab your axe and learn all the magic behind the Jimi Hendrix Experience’s classic debut Are You Experienced
  • Foo Fighters Bass Workshop – Douglas Noble sheds some light on the low-end foundations that make Foo Fighters’ bassist Nate Mendel a force to be reckoned with
  • K-line Springfield – K-Line’s new guitar is aged to perfection and has the sonic qualities to match
  • Cort CR1OO & CR250 – Two budget Les Paul-alikes that’ll give you plenty of class for the pricetag
  • JPF Sir Charles 15 Combo – A stunning valve combo built in the UK that blends the best of vintage with some canny modern thinking
  • Analog Man Mini Bicomp & Empress Superdelay – Two new pedals at opposite ends of the spectrum – a compressor and a digi-delay
  • Martin GPCPA4 & 0MCPA4 – Martin’s impressive new pair of electro-acoustics offer excellent build quality, neat looks and a laudable stage sound
  • Takamine Iki 2011 Ltd Electro-Acoustic – Lavish looks, sturdy construction and rounded sounds from the latest in Takamine’s Ltd range
  • Michael Messer Lightning Resonator – With a satisfying sonic palette and dazzling looks, Messer’s new resonator is sitting pretty
  • Music Man Stingray 4 Classic – A top-range, no nonsense ’70s reissue that’s as close as you can get to the original
  • Warwick Heilborg Preamp & Mono Power 500 Amp – Smart, crystal-dear and loud as they come, Warwick’s pricey new bass rig is a workhorse
  • Private Collection – Stuart Walmsley gives us a guided tour of his beautiful arsenal of amps – with a few six-string gems thrown in for good measure
  • Private Collection  – While touring the world extensively, multi-talented muso John Verity has gathered a wondrous selection of guitars
  • Hooked on Classics – Tone is one thing, but a decent dose of eye-candy makes most of us go weak at the knees as well. Phil Harris muses over the ‘other’ holy grail – the greatest all-time finish

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One comment

  1. Bergidum /

    Gracias por vuestra revista. Sois de gran ayuda.Thank you.

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