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CONTENTS
Michael McKeegan, Therapy?
The finest rock band ever
to come out of Larne? Without
a doubt. But Therapy? are also
winners in the game of popular
music, slipping under the radar
for 25 years with no compromise.
Joel McIver meets bassist Michael
McKeegan for a chat about all
things low down
London Bass Guitar Show
Report
The most successful bass show
yet? You bet it was. Dave Clarke
and Mike Brooks survived the
bass and beer combination.
.. just
Andy Pearson, The Beat
Andy Hughes meets the
Two-Tone master
Peter Baltes, Accept
Alex Webster of Cannibal
Corpse interviews Peter Baltes
for us. If this feature were any
more metal, we'd have to print it
on sheets of stainless steel
Conklin Guitars
Expert luthier Bill Conklin meets Ben Cooper for a celebratory
chat about 30 years in business
Frontline
Four pro bassists, out
there on the live circuit.
Listen up as they provide
you with their collective
bass knowledge
7 2 E ll e n O'Reilly
Time signatures
made easy, by Ellen 'Pint of
Guinness, please' O'Reilly
7 4
Paul Geary
More reading
exercises, brought to you by
our man Geary
7 C R o b Statham
Tapping like a man
possessed, nimble-fingered
bass ninja Statham gets
melodic
7 0 A l e x W ebster
Odd meters? We love
'em, and so will you, says
Professor Webster
8
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I Franc O 'Shea
Franc continues his
journey into the funk. Give
that man some room!
8 4 P h i l i p Mann
Maximise your finger
strength with dapper jacket-
wearer Mann
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Upright Citizen
Double bass guru
Etheridge dives into double-
stopping
8 7 M i k e Brooks
Got a covers band?
Don't head overseas before
you read this
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Steve Lawson
Loop boss Lawson
talks volume. Volume, dear,
volume!
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