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  • Nothing But Bass Vol. 8

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    Kinga Glyk, Alternative Bass Building, Examining Lo-Z Pickups, Reviews: Ashdown, EBS, Xotic, Dunable, Rivolta, & Form Factor

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  • Nothing But Bass Vol. 7

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    Fender, Ibanez, Darkglass, Spector & Quilter Reviews, Gibson & Budget Vintage Finds, Funk Wizard Jamaaladeen Tacuma

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  • Nothing But Bass Vol. 6

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    dUg Pinnick Interview, Understanding Class-D Amps, Setup Tips, What’s with Tuning-Gear Ratios?, 5-Reviews: Ernie Ball, Vox, EBS, & More.

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  • Nothing But Bass Vol. 5

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    Eleven sub-rattling reviews of gear from Fender, Aguilar, Darkglass, Boogie, and more!

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  • Nothing But Bass Vol. 4

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    Victor Brodén and Heiko Hoepfinger offer advice on using distortion and other effects, exploring bass lutherie, tubes vs. solid-state, and more.

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  • Best of State of the Stomp Vol. 2

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    Four pedal gurus sound off on everything from DigiTech’s Bad Monkey to Chris Cornell’s Caroline Guitar Company fuzzes, and solutions for quieting your board.

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  • Best of State of the Stomp Vol. 3

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    Gurus from Strymon, Chase Bliss, Old Blood Noise, Death by Audio, Caroline Guitar Company, and more crack their craniums on musical matters both practical and philosophical.

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    2017 Digital Issue 10 October

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    This month the world-famous phenomenon that is PG’s annual Pedal Issue manifests itself with—count ’em!—33 in-depth and insightful stompbox reviews, ranging from simple boosts and overdrives to fuzzes, switchers, freakazoid machines, and, of course, boxes just for bassists. Covered brands include mainstays like Boss, Way Huge, MXR, TC Electronic, and Carl Martin, newer boutique standouts like EarthQuaker Devices, Chase Bliss, and JHS, and stomps from impressive overseas outfits like Stone Deaf, Tsakalis AudioWorks, Rainger Fx. Rounding out our gear section, we also take a look at Gibson Custom’s Modern Doublecut Standard, the Supro 1685RT Neptune Reverb, and Schecter’s CV-4 bass. Artist interviews this month include chats with Sonic Youth icon Thurston Moore, blues-rock vet Robin Trower, acoustic polymath Molly Tuttle, and Mike Watt and Nick Reinhart from Big Walnuts Yonder. We’ve also got a historic piece on post-punk trailblazers Andy Gill (Gang of Four), Keith Levene (the Clash, PiL), and Gareth Sager (the Pop Group, Rip Rig + Panic, Head). Tablature transcriptions this month (print magazine only) are Ozzy Osbourne’s “Bark at the Moon,” Stevie Ray Vaughan’s “Lenny (Live),” and Ryan Adams’ “New York, New York.”

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    2017 Digital Issue 03 March

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    This year’s annual Pro Pedalboards issue features up-close-and-personal picks of the stomp stations used by Chris Robinson and Neal Casal, Prophets of Rage and RATM bassist Tim Commerford, Band of Skulls’ Emma Richardson and Russell Marsden, Teppei Teranishi and Dustin Kensrue of Thrice, Modest Mouse’s Jim Fairchild, Brad Whitford, Bloc Party’s Russell Lissack and Justin Harris, and Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Flea and Josh Klinghoffer. (We also spotlight a handful of sweet-looking reader boards!) At the other end of the signal chain, we’ve got an insightful feature on the far-reaching history of the plectrum. Meanwhile, our artist interviews section this month includes chats with Kristin Hersh (of Throwing Muses and 50FootWave), Dean Ween, Harvey Mandel, Luke Temple, AZIZA’s Dave Holland and Lionel Loueke, and Oozing Wound’s Zack Weil and Kevin Cribbin. Our gear-review section includes in-depth looks at IK Multimedia’s Fender Collection 2, Rock Stock’s Skyline Reverb, the BAE Hot Fuzz, Amptweaker’s Bass TightMetal Jr., the Paul Reed Smith Sonzera 50 combo, Supro’s Westbury, G&L’s Kiloton 4-string, the DigiTech Whammy Ricochet, Bullhead Amplification’s Matador half-stack, Joe Gore’s Gross, the Epifani Piccolo 999, Daredevil Pedals’ Red Light District, and D’Angelico’s Premier SS.

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    2016 Issue 10 October

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    Premier Guitar October 2016: The vaunted annual Pedal Issue returns! This year it sports an amazing cover by noted French illustrator/guitarist/stompbox-junkie McBess, as well as 33 guitar- and bass-pedal reviews by our astute team of pedal addicts. But that’s not all—we also take you inside the wacky labs where the folks at Union Tube & Transistor, Chase Bliss Audio, Hungry Robot, Fuzzrocious, Mantic Conceptual, Cusack Music, 3Leaf Audio, and Darkglass zap unicorns with shrink rays to put clangorous tones in little metal boxes. Meanwhile, our artist interviews this month include chats with Rage Against the Machine and Prophets of Rage bassist Tim Commerford, Screaming Females’ Marissa Paternoster and “King” Mike Abbate, jazz maestro Charlie Hunter, possessed Australian bluesman C.W. Stoneking, and Deerhoof’s John Dieterich and Ed Rodríguez. We also visit with the brain trust behind Recovery Unplugged, Jail Guitar Doors, and other rehab centers that have found success using guitar and musical activities to help patients overcome substance addiction. And finally, our latest Forgotten Heroes piece recounts the rich life and legacy of the father of free-jazz guitar, Sonny Sharrock.

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    2016 Digital Issue 10 October

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    The vaunted annual Pedal Issue returns! This year it sports an amazing cover by noted French illustrator/guitarist/stompbox-junkie McBess, as well as 33 guitar- and bass-pedal reviews by our astute team of pedal addicts. But that’s not all—we also take you inside the wacky labs where the folks at Union Tube & Transistor, Chase Bliss Audio, Hungry Robot, Fuzzrocious, Mantic Conceptual, Cusack Music, 3Leaf Audio, and Darkglass zap unicorns with shrink rays to put clangorous tones in little metal boxes. Meanwhile, our artist interviews this month include chats with Rage Against the Machine and Prophets of Rage bassist Tim Commerford, Screaming Females’ Marissa Paternoster and “King” Mike Abbate, jazz maestro Charlie Hunter, possessed Australian bluesman C.W. Stoneking, and Deerhoof’s John Dieterich and Ed Rodríguez. We also visit with the brain trust behind Recovery Unplugged, Jail Guitar Doors, and other rehab centers that have found success using guitar and musical activities to help patients overcome substance addiction. And finally, our latest Forgotten Heroes piece recounts the rich life and legacy of the father of free-jazz guitar, Sonny Sharrock.