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The February issue of Guitar & Bass magazine is available in print and digital forms from Friday 8 January. Join us as we take a trip to Guitar Town, tracing the history of the Nashville music scene and profiling a who’s who of the city’s galaxy of guitar stars. We go guitar shopping in Tennessee's neon-lit state capital and talk to two of the world’s leading fretted instrument experts, George Gruhn and Walter Carter, about the state of the vintage market today and we also stop by at the Gibson Custom Shop to see the company’s True Historic Les Pauls roll off the production line and find out what makes them the company’s best guitars since its golden era. Elsewhere in the mag, our DIY Workshop shows you how to ID a genuine 1950s Stratocaster, we talk guitar with Aerosmith legend Brad Whitford and we review a stack of great new gear from PRS, Dr Z, Orange, TC Electronic, Louis Electric, Fulltone, Hartke, Smorg Pedalboards, Pigtronix and more. If that’s not enough for you, how about the chance to win one of three PRS guitars for a year and become a roving reporter for G&B in the process? Buy the February issue of Guitar & Bass magazine in print and digital forms from Friday 8 January.

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My mother always said, ‘George, you need to be diversifying,
Just under a mile’s stumble south from the likeable tourist
A little over a year ago, Gibson Custom revealed its
London-born Hugh Cornwell made his name as the guitarist, vocalist
The Aerosmith juggernaut just keeps a-rollin’. Back in September 2015,
Danny Bryant is buzzing. The 35-year-old rocker has fashioned his
Although PRS has built baritones in its Stevensville, Maryland facility
Mike Zaite is no newcomer to the high-end amp market
Ta-daa! Orange cranked up the excitement before the launch of
In more amps than the law allowed”. Over his career,
We’re utterly enamoured with the EBS Red Label MultiComp (£149)
Strymon’s El Capistan £250 crams three distinct ‘tape’ machines into
Our round-up of compact pedalboards back in September proved that
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• DESCRIPTION 500W 2x10” bass cabinet, sealed enclosure of birch
The Memory Cable is a good-quality five-metre instrument cable and
Once you’ve swallowed the manual and navigated your way past
A shdown’s Woodsman amps are housed in attractive cabinets and
• NECK DEPTH 19.5mm at first fret, 25mm at 12th
Ever felt confused by the wealth of cool Fender Anniversary
When I was a kid, vintage Stratocasters were invariably loaded
It took electric guitarists a very long time to warm
We call it the root position when the root note,
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No difficult second album here, as Daughter follow up 2013’s
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