Guitar & Bass September 2011

Dec 20 2011

Guitar & Bass September 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 September 2011 contents:

  • Best of Budget – Yes – you can get what you fancy for a reasonable price. We put nine new affordable axes under the microscope
  • Andy Fraser – Michael Heatley meets Free’s songwriting bassist to discuss past, present and future
  • Wilko Johnson – We chat with Canvey Island’s finest export about Dr Feelgood, Japan and the cosmos!
  • Stan Webb – With over 40 years of strutting the blues behind them, Chicken Shack are as vital as ever
  • Dave Stewart – Annie Lennox is nowhere to be seen as Dave Stewart rediscovers his passion for guitars
  • Play like Randy Rhoads – He injected classical sensibilities into blues-rock: Douglas Noble investigates
  • Play like Nick Seymour – Crowded House’s bassman knows when to hold it down and when to really let loose his skills
  • Wiring Secrets – Huw Price’s guide on modifying your six-string will open up a whole new world of tonal joy
  • Charvel Wild Card – Charvel’s Custom Shop adds a new ever-evolving model to their Pro Mod series
  • Squier Vintage Modified Jaguar HH & Jazzmaster – Squier hit gold by upgrading and simplifying two old favourites. Great price tag, too
  • Budda Superdrive 30 Series II – A cracking combo that can handle pretty much any situation you throw at it
  • Hayden HGT-A20 – Hayden’s versatile new all-valve combo has three channels and reverb, all at an affordable price. Where do we sign?
  • Electro-Harmonix Neo Mistress Nano & Stereo Talking Machine – These two out-there stompboxes from EHX are chalk and cheese. We put our foot down
  • Pickup Round-up – Nine new pairs of humbuckers ranging from vintage-style PAFs to full-tilt metal maulers
  • Freshman FA600GA & FA600DCE Electro Acoustics – Freshman’s new 600 series pairs boutique build quality with charming looks, all at unexpectedly wallet-friendly prices
  • Guild D-50 & F-50 Standard Acoustics – Simple yet expertly put together, these new Guilds are pro acoustics that really sing
  • Bass Centre Bill Wyman Signature Bass – Straight out of the leftfield comes a new production model for the one-time Stone. Quality sounds and a whole heap of fun
  • AER Amp Three Combo – Gareth Morgan reviews AER’s latest portable bass combo and discovers an adaptable little player that might just be the ticket
  • Private Collection – Lars Mullen goes green-eyed over one man’s mammoth hoard of Rickenbackers stretching from the 1930 up to the present day. It’s an extremely rare find indeed
  • Hooked On Classics – Phil Harris reveals the gear that made 1961 a truly golden beginning to the swinging ’60s with three sought-after guitars of the ear, plus a bass and an echo unit

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  1. John Dunbar /

    Excellent, everything I needed to check out

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