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(1 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 13 issues per year Bass Guitar Magazine is the UK's only title devoted to the bass in all its forms for professional players and those just beginning to learn. Using expert writers and reviewers who know their subject in incredible detail, it provides the latest educational columns, news and reviews of instruments, accessories and equipment.

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Bass Guitar  |  110 November 2014  


Rock is a cruel mistress, eh? Take the Stone Temple Pilots, one of America’s biggest bands of the alternative rock persuasion. Singers have come and gone, albums have been certified platinum, side projects have abounded. Their two decades in business have been anything but tranquil – and yet bassist Robert DeLeo has stayed the course, delivering powerful, James Jamerson-indebted bass-lines for a whole sequence of albums with a bunch of STP-related bands. His interview is something to behold, and has lessons for all of us.

Elsewhere in this frankly dynamite issue of BGM we’ve had sit-down time with the widest range of bass players yet, from thrash metal monster Jack Gibson to jazz maestro Paula Gardiner. Somewhere in between we meet the minds behind the Great British Bass Lounge and Anaconda Basses, talk bass with Billy Sheehan and Jah Wobble and rock out at Warwick’s annual Bass Camp. Not a bad month’s work, we reckon, and we hope you enjoy it as much as we did. Check out our reviews section, too, in which we delve into eight-string territory for the first time in, well, ages, and our world-beating tuition section, which has expanded in recent months. As well as our beginners, intermediate and advanced columns, we offer you double bass, FX and cover band advice to help you become the bassist you need to be. Finally, have you booked yourself in for the London Bass Guitar Show in March 2015 yet? Visit www.londonbassguitarshow.com or find us on social media without delay. We can hear the floor shaking at Olympia already...
Bass Guitar Magazine is the UK's only title devoted to the bass in all its forms for professional players and those just beginning to learn. Using expert writers and reviewers who know their subject in incredible detail, it provides the latest educational columns, news and reviews of instruments, accessories and equipment. Every issue has transcriptions and tuition put together by a team of dedicated professional players so that every reader can learn and nail those all-important basslines. You'll even find genuine rock, jazz, metal and funk stars writing their own columns too.
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   Preferred the old reader Reviewed 24 November 2012
Although the new version has a few extra goodies like a side menu with all articles and a nicer layout, the zoom isn't as good as the old reader. With my phone horizontal the maximum zoom still has tiny lettering. It would be no good to someone who is short sighted.
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Bass Guitar   |   110 November 2014   


Rock is a cruel mistress, eh? Take the Stone Temple Pilots, one of America’s biggest bands of the alternative rock persuasion. Singers have come and gone, albums have been certified platinum, side projects have abounded. Their two decades in business have been anything but tranquil – and yet bassist Robert DeLeo has stayed the course, delivering powerful, James Jamerson-indebted bass-lines for a whole sequence of albums with a bunch of STP-related bands. His interview is something to behold, and has lessons for all of us.

Elsewhere in this frankly dynamite issue of BGM we’ve had sit-down time with the widest range of bass players yet, from thrash metal monster Jack Gibson to jazz maestro Paula Gardiner. Somewhere in between we meet the minds behind the Great British Bass Lounge and Anaconda Basses, talk bass with Billy Sheehan and Jah Wobble and rock out at Warwick’s annual Bass Camp. Not a bad month’s work, we reckon, and we hope you enjoy it as much as we did. Check out our reviews section, too, in which we delve into eight-string territory for the first time in, well, ages, and our world-beating tuition section, which has expanded in recent months. As well as our beginners, intermediate and advanced columns, we offer you double bass, FX and cover band advice to help you become the bassist you need to be. Finally, have you booked yourself in for the London Bass Guitar Show in March 2015 yet? Visit www.londonbassguitarshow.com or find us on social media without delay. We can hear the floor shaking at Olympia already...
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You'll receive 13 issues during a 1 year Bass Guitar magazine print subscription.
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