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Guitar & Bass November-50
By Guitar-Bass.net On Friday, November 20th, 2015

Marshall Astoria Classic: AST1H head & AST1C combo review

Marshall’s new Astoria series sees the company combine vintage and modern features in an attempt to take a slice out of the boutique market. Huw Price gives the Classic model a spin… What actually constitutes More...

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By Guitar-Bass.net On Wednesday, November 4th, 2015

The December issue of Guitar & Bass is on sale from Friday 6 November

The new issue of Guitar & Bass is out from Friday 6 November! Read on to find out how to buy a copy… The latest issue of Guitar & Bass goes on sale in print and digital forms on Friday 6 November, featuring More...

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By Guitar-Bass.net On Tuesday, August 18th, 2015

How to record electric guitars: 25 top tips

These days, there are more ways than ever to capture the sound of your electric guitar. John Pickford shares 25 top recording tips in our bluffer’s guide… 1) The basic sound Electric guitars are capable of More...

By Guitar-Bass.net On Friday, July 17th, 2015

Marshall introduces Marshall London smartphone

Iconic amp company Marshall goes mobile with new London smartphone     Marshall has taken a new venture into the world of smart phones. The ‘Marshall London’ is designed for music listeners More...

By Guitar-Bass.net On Thursday, January 23rd, 2014

NAMM 2014: Marshall Unveil Tattoo Amps

Marshall has joined forces with five of the country’s most respected tattooists to create a unique range of British-built amps, launching at NAMM this year, see below for the full press release     Press More...

By Guitar-Bass.net On Thursday, December 12th, 2013

Marshall SL5 Slash Signature Combo Review

Small is beautiful? Phooey, say Marshall and the guy in the top hat, putting their heads together to cook up a practice amp that sticks up two fingers in the face of portability. Review by Huw Price Description: More...

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By Guitar-Bass.net On Wednesday, November 13th, 2013

Marshall Amps – The Complete History

The famous Marshall sound was founded upon an amplifier built in a garden shed by a few amateur radio fanatics, and the period until 1968 became the era of the first Marshalls – the classic JTM series. Rob Stockley More...