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Guitar & Bass - February 2015

Guitar & Bass - February 2015
Guitar & Bass - February 2015
English | 116 pages | True PDF | 47.5 MB

There are plenty of things to celebrate about British guitar culture from the beat boom all the way up to today but the pioneering work of UK amplifier builders is surely one of the most important.

Although we talk about ‘the British amp sound’ perhaps the truth is that each company, from Vox to WEM to Marshall, had a unique sound which fuelled wonderful music from many players in so many different ways. We thought it was time the history and legacy of these amps was highlighted for all to appreciate.

Anybody seeking the lowdown on the latest gear is also in for plenty of love this issue, as intriguing hardware from Epiphone, Orange, Martin, DigiTech and Burns – and much more – goes under the microscope.

On top of that we have top quality interviews with the likes of Martin Turner and Bernard Butler, not to mention a sumptuous Private Collection, plus vintage wit and wisdom from Phil Harris and Sid Bishop. Best of luck with all your guitar-based endeavors…

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