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Guitar and Bass January 2015

Guitar and Bass January 2015
Guitar and Bass January 2015
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There are many reasons why Brian May has more than earned the title of guitar hero over the years, and while his playing has often been rightly analysed and praised, we’re here this issue to celebrate what the young Brian and his father achieved by building that famous guitar long before Queen became successful.

This month’s cover feature, where we follow in Brian’s footsteps – and find out what could be built with under £200 for a budget in the 21st century – will hopefully inspire you to do something similar. Even if you don’t have any desire to get building, learning about the potential challenges and options is a right riveting read.

If you prefer your instruments and equipment ready-made then head on over to the reviews sections for a veritable cornucopia of gear from the likes of G&L, Blackstar, Duesenberg and more. On the vintage front, Phil Harris gets all nostalgic about his struggles on learning to play back in the day, and there’s a huge historical bonanza on Gibson amps to be savoured.

Among our other features is a tribute to the late, great Jack Bruce. The world truly lost a music legend when he passed away, and we can only hope our acknowledgement does the man justice. We wish you success in all your guitar-related endeavours and we hope you enjoy!

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