We're very pleased to announce that the latest Issue of Guitar Interactive is now live and features Texas blues legend Stevie Ray Vaughan on the cover. Also in Issue 20 Stuart Bull meets renowned fusion guitarist Al Di Meola and rising Blues star Oli Brown is interviewed by Tim Slater. We also have our usual high dosage of honest and in-depth guitar and gear reviews plus our brand new studio related section 'Making Tracks.'
THE BASSMENT_PEDAL REVIEW
Japan’s Providence is guru-central to a lot of guitar FX devotees. Now bass players get a
look in, with the new Dual Bass Station DBS-1. Dan Veal was fi rst in the queue to try one.
Th ere’s a lot to be said for simplicity. In theory an FX unit that does everything from making
the coff ee to adding just that perfect touch of reverb is a wonderful thing. Until, that is, you
get on stage and fi nd it all a bit too hard to cope with in the rush of a gig. Japan’s Providence
- long a favourite of guitarists with its FX pedals - clearly understand this, and has responded
with a bass unit that is simplicity itself.
CHECK THE SPEC
166 Guitar Interactive Magazine Issue 20
Providence Dual Bass Station DBS-1