UK-based but world-renowned, Guitar & Bass has provided a unique take on all things string-driven related since 1991 (although it was called The Guitar Magazine back then).
What else do you need to know about Guitar & Bass? Well, our instrument and equipment reviews
, put together by G&B’s top team of gear-hungry writers, put everything under the microscope so that when you read a review you become an instant expert who can decide whether or not that particular instrument, amp or effects unit is for you.
If you're looking to fix or mend your beloved gear
rather than buy something new, you can learn everything, from how to fix your frets and rewire your pedals to building your own acoustic guitar, amp or effects pedal, with our step-by-step workshops.
If you're looking to take your playing to the next level, whether you're a beginner or a veteran – our tuition articles
will tell you what you need to know in order to make those hours of hard fretting labour worthwhile.
Our tuition articles will also help you play like your heroes
. And if you wish to draw further inspiration, read the many artist features and interviews we cover. Over the years, we’ve talked to the greats in every genre of music, from the firmly established heroes and the rising stars to those obscure, unsung artists that are only known to a fortunate few.
To sum it all up, Guitar & Bass
shares your passion for every aspect of these wonderful instruments. Play long and prosper.
Guitar & Bass Magazine October 2013
COVER: MARSHALL AMPS - TALES OF TONE, TOWNSEND and the BIRTH OF LOUD
INTERVIEWS with PETER FRAMPTON, GEORGE BENSON and JOHNNY LANG
VINTAGE: This month Lars Mullen SURVEYS A FINE COLLECTION OF SIX STRINGS including workhorses to shred monsters!
WORKSHOPS: The second part of our Drills For Thrills workshop and a RIckenbacker factory tour!!