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Bass Guitar Digital Issue
Bass Guitar Digital Issue
July 2015
12 Issues per yer
PUBLISHED BY:
Blaze Publishing
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Bass Guitar

12 Issues per year
July 2015
O ur mission at Bass Guitar Magazine is the same today as it has been since we assembled issue one out of sticky-backed plastic and cardboard back at the dawn of time (2002). We want to bring you the glorious world of bass in all its multifaceted glory, from the stages, studios, stadiums and sessions via gear manufacturers and dealers to the players themselves, and to that end, we think we’ve excelled ourselves in the issue you’re holding. First up is the legendary Stuart Hamm, a man for whom adjectives ‘fast-fingered’, ‘imaginative’ and ‘talented’ simply do not suffice. Anyone who witnessed Stu’s set at the recent London Bass Guitar Show will know what we’re talking about: dive into his interview without delay. After all, anyone with a tattoo that reads ‘No Regerts’ (sic) is our kind of guy.
Then we bring you interviews with a stellar range of bassists. Sometime Rolling Stone Bill Wyman and Blondie bassist Nigel Harrison need little introduction, while Wolfgang Van Halen and Grog Rox bring the rock like few others. Then we’ve got headbanging aplenty from the Helloween and Cradle Of Filth bassists, and insane levels of funk from pick-wielder Cody Wright.
How could it get any better? Only with the addition of our renowned gear reviews and tuition sections, in which ace gear from the likes of Bass Centre, Carvin and Ashdown rub shoulders with world-class educators from every field of music. Finally, we’ve thrown in a lesson of Stu Hamm exercises to keep you busy until July. The objective stays true after all these years: stick with us, and we’ll make you a better bass player. Enjoy!
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Bass Guitar

Bass Guitar Digital Issue
Bass Guitar Digital Issue
July 2015
12 Issues per yer
PUBLISHED BY:
Blaze Publishing

Issue Description

O ur mission at Bass Guitar Magazine is the same today as it has been since we assembled issue one out of sticky-backed plastic and cardboard back at the dawn of time (2002). We want to bring you the glorious world of bass in all its multifaceted glory, from the stages, studios, stadiums and sessions via gear manufacturers and dealers to the players themselves, and to that end, we think we’ve excelled ourselves in the issue you’re holding. First up is the legendary Stuart Hamm, a man for whom adjectives ‘fast-fingered’, ‘imaginative’ and ‘talented’ simply do not suffice. Anyone who witnessed Stu’s set at the recent London Bass Guitar Show will know what we’re talking about: dive into his interview without delay. After all, anyone with a tattoo that reads ‘No Regerts’ (sic) is our kind of guy.
Then we bring you interviews with a stellar range of bassists. Sometime Rolling Stone Bill Wyman and Blondie bassist Nigel Harrison need little introduction, while Wolfgang Van Halen and Grog Rox bring the rock like few others. Then we’ve got headbanging aplenty from the Helloween and Cradle Of Filth bassists, and insane levels of funk from pick-wielder Cody Wright.
How could it get any better? Only with the addition of our renowned gear reviews and tuition sections, in which ace gear from the likes of Bass Centre, Carvin and Ashdown rub shoulders with world-class educators from every field of music. Finally, we’ve thrown in a lesson of Stu Hamm exercises to keep you busy until July. The objective stays true after all these years: stick with us, and we’ll make you a better bass player. Enjoy!

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Bass Guitar Magazine is the UK's only title devoted to the bass in all its forms. Written and edited by a dedicated team of bass players, BGM features in-depth interviews, extensive gear reviews, transcriptions, great competitions and various columns covering everything from tuition to the latest news in the bass world.

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Single Issue: £2.49
July 2015
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Digital Subscription
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Digital Subscription
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6 Month : £9.99
6 Month Digital Subscription - Save 33%
Annual : £18.99
12 Month Digital Subscription - Save 36%
Digital subscriptions include the latest issue and all regular issues released during your subscription. Your chosen terms will automatically renew unless auto-renew is cancelled in your subscription area 24 hours before the end of the current subscription.

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Bass Guitar Magazine is the UK's only title devoted to the bass in all its forms. Written and edited by a dedicated team of bass players, BGM features in-depth interviews, extensive gear reviews, transcriptions, great competitions and various columns covering everything from tuition to the latest news in the bass world.

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Preferred the old reader
Although the new version has a few extra goodies like a side menu with all articles and a nicer layout, the zoom isn't as good as the old reader. With my phone horizontal the maximum zoom still has tiny lettering. It would be no good to someone who is short sighted.
3 Stars    Reviewed 24 November 2012
Preferred the old reader
Although the new version has a few extra goodies like a side menu with all articles and a nicer layout, the zoom isn't as good as the old reader. With my phone horizontal the maximum zoom still has tiny lettering. It would be no good to someone who is short sighted.
3 Stars    Reviewed 24 Nov 2012

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