Bass Guitar (magazine)

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Bass Guitar
Editor Joel McIver
CategoriesMusic Magazine (guitar focus)
FrequencyMonthly
Publisher Future plc
First issueJune 2003
Company Future plc
CountryUnited Kingdom
Based in Warwickshire
Language English
Website Bass Guitar website

Bass Guitar is a UK-based music magazine established in 2003 and continuing to the present day. The magazine was originally a bi-monthly publication until 2009 when it became monthly. The magazine has featured articles and tuition columns from a long list of world-renowned bassists, including Nick Beggs, pop and progressive rock veteran; Jeff Berlin, jazz legend; Steve Lawson, solo artist; Alex Webster of Cannibal Corpse; Suzy Starlite of the Starlite Campbell Band; Paolo Gregoletto of Trivium; Michael McKeegan of Therapy?; Ruth Goller, jazz educator and session bassist; and Paul Geary, session bassist with George Michael, Lisa Stansfield, Westlife and many others.

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