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Guitar & Bass - May 2015

Guitar & Bass - May 2015
Guitar & Bass - May 2015
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The new issue of Guitar & Bass Magazine is on sale Friday April 3rd, and this month we’re looking at how the Fender Stratocaster fared during the 1980s…

Plenty of tales have been told in Guitar & Bass over the years about the Stratocaster’s early days, but we tend to take its more recent history for granted.

This month’s cover feature on the Stratocaster during the 1980s is an engrossing tale of how Fender dealt with a multitude of challenges – including changing player tastes and the issue of copies – and came out on the other side. Some of the decisions made back then regarding the guitar’s development worked whilst others fell by the wayside, but plenty of alterations were made during the ’80s that still resonate in the 21st century. All in all, it’s a fascinating period that’s well worth exploring.

Elsewhere, gear fiends of all persuasions can dive right into our reviews section, which this month features models from Burns, Music Man, Seagull, DigiTech, and more. On the interviews front, we talk all things guitar with Chris Spedding and Denny Laine, and vintage fans have Sid Bishop, Phil Harris and our Private Collection to nestle up against all cosy, like. There are also features on Supro amps and lap steels that will blow the cobwebs away.

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