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Guitar and Bass Classics Magazine

(0 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 4 issues per year Guitar & Bass Classics brings you the best of the best in string-driven culture. Whether it's the finest instruments, the greatest players or the legendary songs, this new series of bookazines from Anthem Publishing provides knowledge, insight and sheer guitar-lovin' pleasure in a luxurious, easy-to-read package.

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Guitar and Bass Classics  |  Nineties Guitar Anthology  


If you’re of a certain age (and don’t worry, we’re right there with you), it might seem as if the 1990s was only yesterday. However, even the quickest of looks at the guitar players featured in this Anthology will remind you that it’s a very different musical landscape than the one we see today. In the days before YouTube and MP3s heated debates on the merits of widdly guitar solos vs punk rock rawness, classic pop melodies vs new-fangled dance sensibilities raged among musicians and music lovers alike. The result was a vibrant melting pot of styles, where guitar players were free to interpret their role as they saw fit, incorporating whatever techniques and technology they needed to get the job done. This collection of interviews conducted during the 1990s provides fascinating insights into what drove some of the pivotal six-stringers of the time.
Guitar & Bass Classics brings you the best of the best in string-driven culture. Whether it's the finest instruments, the greatest players or the legendary songs, this new series of bookazines from Anthem Publishing provides knowledge, insight and sheer guitar-lovin' pleasure in a luxurious, easy-to-read package.
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Guitar and Bass Classics   |   Nineties Guitar Anthology   


If you’re of a certain age (and don’t worry, we’re right there with you), it might seem as if the 1990s was only yesterday. However, even the quickest of looks at the guitar players featured in this Anthology will remind you that it’s a very different musical landscape than the one we see today. In the days before YouTube and MP3s heated debates on the merits of widdly guitar solos vs punk rock rawness, classic pop melodies vs new-fangled dance sensibilities raged among musicians and music lovers alike. The result was a vibrant melting pot of styles, where guitar players were free to interpret their role as they saw fit, incorporating whatever techniques and technology they needed to get the job done. This collection of interviews conducted during the 1990s provides fascinating insights into what drove some of the pivotal six-stringers of the time.
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your door each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year
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You'll receive 4 issues during a 1 year Guitar and Bass Classics magazine print subscription.
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