The perfect magazine for any aspiring rock god or experienced guitar or bass player, Guitar & Bass magazine is an essential guide to the world of these stringed soundmakers. The main focus of Guitar and Bass magazine is found in the exhaustive reviews section, where they test and evaluate all the latest releases from the likes of Fender and Gibson, covering guitars (electric and acoustic), basses, combo amps, cabs and heads for all budgets. Alongside these excellent expert reviews there are interviews with established and up and coming musicians, a section examining vintage gear and techniques and tricks to get you playing like the pros.
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Back when we were young (a time that seems to be ever stretching further away into the distance), a few us here at Newsstand played in different bands back in our hometowns. We used to love rocking out, coming up with stunning licks and riffs, thrilling audiences with our god-like abilities. The truth of the matter is more that we played a few covers in a pub band or two, to an audience usually comprised of two old men drinking at the bar, and the members of the other bands later on that night. We may not have been great at musicians, but we absolutely loved a good guitar mag.
Guitar & Bass magazine is the equivalent of Nuts or Zoo for musicians, containing some fantastic models that, sadly, for most of us will remain forever out of our reach. There is something to be said for poring over this kind of magazine, imagining what it would be like to try out each one, and finally plucking (no pun intended) up the courage to go down the music shop and try one out. We remember just how happy we were when we got our first proper guitar, only to find out that the old maxim that it is the player, not the guitar, which matters to be horribly true. Well, a man can dream, can’t he… NB