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Guitar & Bass Magazine

(1 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review   |     Add to Wishlist 12 issues per year Love guitars? Well, Guitar & Bass is your spiritual home. Our in-depth equipment reviews, workshop features, artist interviews and vintage coverage make Guitar & Bass a must-read. Whether you’re a casual strummer or a pro musician, Guitar & Bass gives you all you need to learn, fix, build and play!

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Guitar & Bass Magazine  |  Oct 2016  


The October 2016 issue of Guitar & Bass magazine is on sale from Friday 2nd September and it tells the story in expert words and glorious pictures of how the Gibson Custom Shop recreated Minnesota, one of the most beautiful Les Paul Standards to leave the Kalamazoo factory in 1959. We also compare the new Collector's Choice model to the original Burst in unprecedented depth. As if that wasn't enough, the magazine comes complete with a free 32-page Strat setup guide to help you give the Fender in your life some TLC.

Elsewhere in the issue, we’ve devoted plenty of column inches to the subject of artificial ageing in the past but how about amp relic’ing? In the latest instalment of DIY Workshop Huw Price shows you how to make a reproduction tweed cabinet look like an authentic 1950s original. We interview legendary jazz-fusion virtuoso John McLaughlin who looks back on the early days of a glittering career that saw him play with the likes of Miles Davis and Ginger Baker and we also review hot new gear from Epiphone, Blackstar, Taylor, Bad Cat, Electro-Harmonix and MXR, and give you the chance to win a sensational Eventide H9 Max worth £709. It's a must-buy...
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However for iOS we recommend an iPad 2 (2nd gen)/iPhone 3 or better for performance and stability. Earlier models with lower processor and RAM specifications may experience slower page rendering and occasional app crashes which are outside of our control.
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   Reviewed Friday, June 15, 2012 SUBSCRIBER
Magazine is great, iPad app is really poor

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