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Show Special Edition Out Now!

Roll up, roll up! For March’s issue we’re gearing up for the London Bass Guitar Show, chatting with Therapy?, Alter Bridge and Doll Skin, and reviewing basses from Dingwall, Chowny and ESP and Ashdown’s latest cab. All this plus, news,

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February Bass Guitar Magazine Out Now!

For February’s star-studded edition of BGM we chat with J-J Burnel of the Stranglers, Suzi Quatro and Korn’s Reggie ‘Fieldy’ Arvizu, reveal the headliners for this year’s London Bass Guitar Show and road-test the new Sandberg Chris Childs Signature, the

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January Bass Guitar Magazine Out Now!

In our Gear Of The Year issue, where we collate bass-world 2017’s most essential products (if your favourite gear of ’17 isn’t there, let us know!), we chat exclusively with Rick Savage of Def Leppard and Victor Wooten and announce

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London Bass Guitar Show Is Go!

We’re delighted to announce the appearance of a stellar group of bassists at the forthcoming London Bass Guitar Show, to be held on 3 and 4 March at London’s Olympia. Deep breath… The mighty Jah Wobble, renowned since his days

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Ida Nielsen to appear with London Sinfonietta

Danish bassist Ida Nielsen, BGM alumna and one of the stars of this year’s London Bass Guitar Show, is currently at front and centre of a classical project called Spirit, premiered by the London Sinfonietta at Bergen International Festival in early June.

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Andy Rourke, The Smiths: Dark Matters

  The Smiths weren’t just another British band from the 80s: they shaped guitar music for an entire generation, propelled by the still-astounding bass parts of Andy Rourke. Set to star at next month’s London Bass Guitar Show next month,

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David Ellefson: Til Deth Do Us Part

Megadeth are back with a new album, Dystopia – and bassist David Ellefson’s gobsmacking chops are better than ever. Joel McIver asks how he does it after all these years

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Steve Lawson: Even Steven

Of the dozens of bass players who have appeared on the cover of this magazine since 2002, few can claim to have their own, truly individual voice. But that’s because Steve Lawson hasn’t been on there – until now

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Go Cat Go

When it comes to the upright bass, Stray Cats bassist Lee Rocker is the most prominent musician playing today. In a rare unplugged moment for Bass Guitar Magazine, the great man tells us why we should consider ‘going double’.
Interview: Raz Rauf. Pics: Tina Korhonen

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Freek out!

The first act for LBGS 2014 is confirmed

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